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    Hi,

    My friend is coming up to visit in a few weeks and wants to bring his gun so we can go to a range and shoot. is his permit valid here in CT?

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    His SC permit is NOT reciprocated anywhere in the New England area...

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    ddepedro wrote:
    Hi,

    My friend is coming up to visit in a few weeks and wants to bring his gun so we can go to a range and shoot. is his permit valid here in CT?
    You must have a CT Permit to Carry Pistols And Revolvers to carry in CT. I have a SC CWP, and a non-res CT permit. It's very easy and relatively quick to get a CT non-res permit.

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    i wish sc offered non resident permits. i am traveling there for vacation over the summer and cant bring my protection legally.

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    stacks04 wrote:
    i wish sc offered non resident permits. i am traveling there for vacation over the summer and cant bring my protection legally.
    You can have it in your car...glove compartment..

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    stacks04 wrote:
    i wish sc offered non resident permits. i am traveling there for vacation over the summer and cant bring my protection legally.
    In SC, if you can legally buy a handgun, you may legally carry a handgun (loaded or unloaded) in your vehicle, in either the glovebox, center console, or a container (hardside, not a bag) with an integral locking fastener. You may also carry a firearm in a room for which an accommodations tax has been paid, and between the room and your vehicle.



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    Hef wrote:
    stacks04 wrote:
    i wish sc offered non resident permits. i am traveling there for vacation over the summer and cant bring my protection legally.
    In SC, if you can legally buy a handgun, you may legally carry a handgun (loaded or unloaded) in your vehicle, in either the glovebox, center console, or a container (hardside, not a bag) with an integral locking fastener. You may also carry a firearm in a room for which an accommodations tax has been paid, and between the room and your vehicle.


    The container does not have to be hardside, only have an integral latch. A gun rug will suffice since it has a zipper.

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    thanks guys. i guess i will bring it and atleast have it in the hotel room.

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