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    definitely good...AZ has become the new FL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by muccione View Post

    Geesh...Why wouldn't they recognize VA CHPs?
    "Laws that forbid the carrying of arms...disarm only those who are neither inclined nor determined to commit crimes...Such laws make things worse for the assaulted and better for the assailants; they serve rather to encourage than to prevent homicides, for an unarmed man may be attacked with greater confidence than an armed man."
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    According to testimony given by MD State Police in the MD General Assembly concerning establishing reciprocity for other state's permits, the process for investigating permit applications is SO comprehensive in MD--and ALL other states are so woefully inept and ineffectual that it is their opinion that NO other state's permitting requirements measure up to MDs, even though MD has no range qualification requirement or classroom training requirement...

    So, by the MSPs logic, EVERY state in the union should recognize MDs permits,because they are so super-duper flawless and so far above every other state in stringency and depth of investigation...

    The problem with that is that ANYONE who knows anything about the permitting process in MD knows that it has WAY more to do with who you know, and how much money you donate to the Governor's campaign fund that criminal backgrounds, civic responsibility, or reputation...

    Is it any surprise that NV doesn't recognize MD permits?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dreamer View Post
    According to testimony given by MD State Police in the MD General Assembly concerning establishing reciprocity for other state's permits, the process for investigating permit applications is SO comprehensive in MD--and ALL other states are so woefully inept and ineffectual that it is their opinion that NO other state's permitting requirements measure up to MDs, even though MD has no range qualification requirement or classroom training requirement...

    So, by the MSPs logic, EVERY state in the union should recognize MDs permits,because they are so super-duper flawless and so far above every other state in stringency and depth of investigation...

    The problem with that is that ANYONE who knows anything about the permitting process in MD knows that it has WAY more to do with who you know, and how much money you donate to the Governor's campaign fund that criminal backgrounds, civic responsibility, or reputation...

    Is it any surprise that NV doesn't recognize MD permits?
    That is ok, MD is likely to get their ass handed to them in the courts over their permitting process or lack thereof.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mekender View Post
    That is ok, MD is likely to get their ass handed to them in the courts over their permitting process or lack thereof.
    Yeah, and I'm sure that, just like Washington DC and Chicago IL, they will IMMEDIATELY become a "Gold Star State"...

    The only thing that SAF's lawsuit in MD will do if SAF wins, is to guarantee SAF has 10 years of guaranteed continuous lawsuits in MD and Federal Courts...

    Good work if you can get it.

    Meanwhile, the Good People of MD will continue to sail in the same disarmed failboat they have been shanghi'd on for the last several decades...
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    The states agreed to at the May 5 meeting are: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee and West Virginia
    How'd they come up with that list?
    I don't see a commonality among them. Training varies widely.
    Unless they're all resident-only permits?
    And WTF difference does that make? If I pass a background check, I pass a background check, no matter whether it's run by/in WI or UT or FL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MKEgal View Post
    How'd they come up with that list?
    I don't see a commonality among them. Training varies widely.
    Unless they're all resident-only permits?
    And WTF difference does that make? If I pass a background check, I pass a background check, no matter whether it's run by/in WI or UT or FL.

    I believe that ALL these states ONLY issue to residents (except RI, which doesn't appear to have a residence requirement, but being "may issue" probably doesn't issue permits to non-residents, much like other "may issue" states). Perhaps that is the common thread...
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    Quote Originally Posted by MKEgal View Post
    How'd they come up with that list?
    I don't see a commonality among them. Training varies widely.
    Unless they're all resident-only permits?
    And WTF difference does that make? If I pass a background check, I pass a background check, no matter whether it's run by/in WI or UT or FL.
    az does issue to non res...I have one...:-D
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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbiVJ View Post
    definitely good...AZ has become the new FL!
    I believe NC recognizes more than FL

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketdad View Post
    I believe NC recognizes more than FL
    yeh but NC doesnt do non res permits...
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    Quote Originally Posted by RabbiVJ View Post
    yeh but NC doesnt do non res permits...
    If HB650 gets signed, it looks as though NC will recognize all out of state CC permits:

    14‑415.24. Reciprocity; out‑of‑state handgun permits.

    (a) A valid concealed handgun permit or license issued by another state is valid in North Carolina.

    (b) [removed]

    (c) Every 12 months after the effective date of this subsection, the Department of Justice shall make written inquiry of the concealed handgun permitting authorities in each other state as to: (i) whether a North Carolina resident may carry a concealed handgun in their state based upon having a valid North Carolina concealed handgun permit and (ii) whether a North Carolina resident may apply for a concealed handgun permit in that state based upon having a valid North Carolina concealed handgun permit. The Department of Justice shall attempt to secure from each state permission for North Carolina residents who hold a valid North Carolina concealed handgun permit to carry a concealed handgun in that state, either on the basis of the North Carolina permit or on the basis that the North Carolina permit is sufficient to permit the issuance of a similar license or permit by the other state.
    The above is how the law would read after it is passed (the bill shows what is taken out). It looks pretty cut and dry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricketdad View Post
    I believe NC recognizes more than FL
    I hear that line from every new soldier that gets their concealed permit, because they say it in the class, but alas its not true.

    NC - 34
    FL - 35 recognize FL's permit, but because Vermont doesn't have a permit they can't extend reciprocity to its citizens unless they have a non resident permit of Florida or another state which Florida recognizes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ABNinfantryman View Post
    I hear that line from every new soldier that gets their concealed permit, because they say it in the class, but alas its not true.

    NC - 34
    FL - 35 recognize FL's permit, but because Vermont doesn't have a permit they can't extend reciprocity to its citizens unless they have a non resident permit of Florida or another state which Florida recognizes.
    Getting ready to get my Florida permit. Going to SECU tomorrow to get the form notarized, then heading over to Walgreens to get a passport photo taken. The Florida permit actually ends up being cheaper than the NC permit since it's valid for 7 years. Plus you can take a cheaper NRA course instead of the 8-hour NC class.

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    Not open carry topic

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    This post and the link in it are not about open carry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattwestm View Post
    Plus you can take a cheaper NRA course instead of the 8-hour NC class.
    Or you can take the Maryland State Police online course for free. Took me about an hour and afterwards printed out the certificate and sent it in for my VA non res.

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