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    I checked out a site that will tell you which states will honor a Utah CFP. Before the answer comes up it asks: "Is your Utah Permit a Resident or non-Resident Permit?"

    You have to choose one before they show the states. I'm not a resident so I chose that option. It shows that 31 states will honor the permit vs 35 if you're a resident.

    I had never heard of this option. When I took and passed the course this was never divulged by the instructors nor is it mentioned on the card itself.

    So, is this correct information?

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    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    So, is this correct information?
    Yes, it is correct.

    Colorado, Florida, Michigan and New Hampshire will only honor a Utah permit IF you are a resident of Utah.

    So lets use me for example. I am a former resident of Littleton, Colorado. If I had my Utah permit at the time, it would need to have a Utah address on it to be valid. (and possibly accompanied by a Utah ID?)

    If I had a Utah permit with my Littleton address on it, Colorado would not have recognized it as valid.
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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    So, is this correct information?
    Yes, it is correct.

    Colorado, Florida, Michigan and New Hampshire will only honor a Utah permit IF you are a resident of Utah.
    Sgt.you left out South Carolina. It's also a state that will only honor permits from residents of the issuing state. I don't have plans to visit Michigan, NH or SC but FL and CO are two states I plan to visit, so OC there I guess. Wonder if I can LOC in those two states like I did in NV?

    The way the OC movement is sweeping the nation, I would gather that it won't be too long when every state will have shall issue laws passed *and* legal to LOC.:celebrate Ok, with the exception of two radical left wing states, CA and HI.

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    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    Sgt.you left out South Carolina. It's also a state that will only honor permits from residents of the issuing state.
    ...and Maine too, what's yer point??? :P
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    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    Sgt.you left out South Carolina. It's also a state that will only honor permits from residents of the issuing state.
    ...and Maine too, what's yer point??? :P
    Some states will honor UT CFP only if you're a resident of the state. I am not a resident of UT. Some states will honor UT CFP even if you're not a resident.

    I was not aware that some states had this differentiation.

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    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    SGT Jensen wrote:
    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    So, is this correct information?
    Yes, it is correct.

    Colorado, Florida, Michigan and New Hampshire will only honor a Utah permit IF you are a resident of Utah.
    Sgt.you left out South Carolina. It's also a state that will only honor permits from residents of the issuing state. I don't have plans to visit Michigan, NH or SC but FL and CO are two states I plan to visit, so OC there I guess. Wonder if I can LOC in those two states like I did in NV?

    The way the OC movement is sweeping the nation, I would gather that it won't be too long when every state will have shall issue laws passed *and* legal to LOC.:celebrate Ok, with the exception of two radical left wing states, CA and HI.
    South Carolina is a non permissive open carry state.

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    Hawaii FiveO wrote:
    Sgt.you left out South Carolina. It's also a state that will only honor permits from residents of the issuing state. I don't have plans to visit Michigan, NH or SC but FL and CO are two states I plan to visit, so OC there I guess. Wonder if I can LOC in those two states like I did in NV?

    The way the OC movement is sweeping the nation, I would gather that it won't be too long when every state will have shall issue laws passed *and* legal to LOC.:celebrate Ok, with the exception of two radical left wing states, CA and HI.

    No open carry in FL.
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