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Is there a cc license that will cover all 48 states
 

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No.

In order to attempt this you would need multiple permits, and even then it is not possible.

Oregon, for instance, is only a SHALL ISSUE state for Oregon residents. They may give permits to residents of adjacent states if they qualify, but it is at the discretion of the issuing Sherriff. They will not issue to a resident of a non-adjacent state.

Colorado only recognizes 2 types of permits: Colorado resident permits and resident permits from some other states. I could, for instance, get a non-residential Utah Permit as a resident of Washington State. Although Colorado would recognize a Utah Resident with a Utah permit, they would not recognize my non-residential Utah permit.

SUCK...

I think it is crazy how ridiculously complicated all of this gets. I'd love to see it simplified in a way that still recognizes states' rights appropriately.

This is an excellent resource:

U.S. CCW Reciprocity Map from CarryConcealed.net

BTW- getting Utah, Nevada, and Florida non-resident permits covers you in something like 30 states. Might be a good way to go if you travel a lot and are serious about carrying.
 

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thank you for the info i will click your link and take a look. I do agree it should be simpler.
 

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By the way, there are FIFTY (50) States now! LOL
yes i think we all know this. how ever i was only worried about the 48 states that are connected. not the other two that are way out in bfe.
 

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If not an LEO - you could volunteer to be a reserve police officer or reserve sheriff deputy with one of your local agencies and use their issued ID for that.

Some around where I live specify Auxiliary Police Officer on their ID - while our Sheriff's Dept and some other PD's issue same ID as for full time officers with no designation for reserves or auxiliary.

I believe Ted Nugent is a Reserve Sheriff's Deputy and uses his ID with them for his CC Permit.
 

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well we will find out what happens in Illnois soon. the NRA is taking them to court i thought. Thanks for the tips. When i get home i will try the vol police idea.
 

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US Constitution Article IV
Section 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.
Section 2. The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states.

Comment: It seems to me that if you can carry in your home state, you're good to go in all 50, as soon as polititians and attorneys general read the Articles that are supposed to form a more perfect union. (Except the 57 Muslim states.)
 

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US Constitution Article IV
Section 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.
Section 2. The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states.

Comment: It seems to me that if you can carry in your home state, you're good to go in all 50, as soon as polititians and attorneys general read the Articles that are supposed to form a more perfect union. (Except the 57 Muslim states.)
You can quote what "oughta" or "once they understand xyz" all you want, but unless you're interested in a Pyrrhic victory after you've served your 5 years in state prison for a weapons violation I would HIGHLY recommend not going this route.

If you want something that covers every state in the union, nothing gets that but a POST certified LEO. If you are you're good to go by LEOSA; otherwise no dice. I have been strongly considering my local Reserve academy as a good community service and, more importantly for me, to replace my AZ CCW with a US CCW. :)
 

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So is Steven Segal

If not an LEO - you could volunteer to be a reserve police officer or reserve sheriff deputy with one of your local agencies and use their issued ID for that.

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I believe Ted Nugent is a Reserve Sheriff's Deputy and uses his ID with them for his CC Permit.
Steven Segal does this as well, he even has a TV show now . Steven Segal - Law Man somewhat entertaining if not cheesy.

But in seriousness, that is a route that I have considered as well. Good community service and has good perks.
 

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US Constitution Article IV
Section 1. Full faith and credit shall be given in each state to the public acts, records, and judicial proceedings of every other state. And the Congress may by general laws prescribe the manner in which such acts, records, and proceedings shall be proved, and the effect thereof.
Section 2. The citizens of each state shall be entitled to all privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states.

Comment: It seems to me that if you can carry in your home state, you're good to go in all 50, as soon as polititians and attorneys general read the Articles that are supposed to form a more perfect union. (Except the 57 Muslim states.)

i asked this on the local board JRM is John Monroe of VP Georgia Carry and is a civil rights attorney who specializes in 2A stuff his response also Malum(president of GCO) and gunsmoker are also GA attorneys is here: Firearm Discussion • View topic - Full Faith andCredit Clause Constitution
 

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By the way, there are FIFTY (50) States now! LOL
And here I thought there was 57 states, Obama said so... so it must be correct, right ?

Isn't absurd that we lose our rights in certain states ? I don't think the way is a Federal law because I don't trust them to twist it into all sorts of other attachments either now or later. But, I do think confirmation of the 2nd Amendment in the Supreme Court will open doors, continued education that there aren't shoot outs on the streets, etc. will work to eventually get it there.
 

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It doesn't make since. there is no reason that all 50 states can not agree on a set standard that allows you to carry in all 50 states.
 

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It doesn't make since. there is no reason that all 50 states can not agree on a set standard that allows you to carry in all 50 states.
There is the fallacy in your post, "make sense" doesn't apply to laws.
 

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Thank you, rmodel65. Section 2 is sometimes called the "comity clause" (privileges and immunities,) but that might mean only that a non-resident may apply for a permit to carry in any state that allows its residents that same privilege. I find it appalling that by licensure, the government can turn an inalienable right into a conditional use permit.
 

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Thank you, rmodel65. Section 2 is sometimes called the "comity clause" (privileges and immunities,) but that might mean only that a non-resident may apply for a permit to carry in any state that allows its residents that same privilege. I find it appalling that by licensure, the government can turn an inalienable right into a conditional use permit.

and GCO is suing the state of GA over that very issue they refuse to issue a permit to a man from WI who doesnt drive his own car here therefore he is completely barred from carrying a gun at all in GA....

Refusal to issue a License to non-residents of Georgia

all the motions etc can be read there/\ GCO has moved for reconsideration
 
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