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    Out of State CCW

    Just to clarify, you will be able to carry in WI if you have an out of State CCW from let say FL. Is that correct?

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    Well since the DOJ haven't released any lists or real details yet, nobody knows. But This List should recognize the WI permit, so theoretically WI will honors theirs.
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    Not if you are a WI resident. You must have a WI license.
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    Just to confirm what ksks said...

    If you're a WI resident with a FL permit, you can send a photocopy of the FL permit with your application as confirmation of training...but WI *WILL NOT* recognize an out of state permit from a WI resident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motofixxer View Post
    Well since the DOJ haven't released any lists or real details yet, nobody knows. But This List should recognize the WI permit, so theoretically WI will honors theirs.
    I think we can cross NM off of that list; they have a more stringent training requirement than Wisconsin. In fact, NM took Utah off their reciprocity list for the same reason.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Teej View Post
    Just to confirm what ksks said...

    If you're a WI resident with a FL permit, you can send a photocopy of the FL permit with your application as confirmation of training...but WI *WILL NOT* recognize an out of state permit from a WI resident.
    Correct.

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    It will be interesting to see what happens with MN as MN has a training requirement that includes a live fire qualification shoot. Wi will likely recognize a MN permit, but it will be interesting to see if MN honors a WI permit.
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    Isn't It Interesting?

    That an OOSL will satisfy WI's training requirement even if training was not required to get the OOSL in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by apjonas View Post
    That an OOSL will satisfy WI's training requirement even if training was not required to get the OOSL in the first place.
    Exactly, shows how much of a joke the requirement is.

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    Lightbulb I Believe There Is A Bit More To That One Dave....

    Quote Originally Posted by davegran View Post
    I think we can cross NM off of that list; they have a more stringent training requirement than Wisconsin. In fact, NM took Utah off their reciprocity list for the same reason.
    IIRC NM stated what you said but in reality NM was losing revenue from it's own residents because they were getting Utah permits. So.....they decided to not honor Utah permits which forced their residents and others who want to travel into NM to get NM permits.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcawdor57 View Post
    IIRC NM stated what you said but in reality NM was losing revenue from it's own residents because they were getting Utah permits. So.....they decided to not honor Utah permits which forced their residents and others who want to travel into NM to get NM permits.

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    You can freely travel through NM with a gun in your glovebox and you can freely open carry here.You dont need a permit unless you cc outside your car. And as far as I know NM doesnt issue to non residents. Yes NM was losing money because of the cost of the utah being much cheaper.And yes they cancelled it due to lack of requirements.Its still being offered here just to add another range of states for coverage.Just not recognized here.Most of the cc people I know have both. As for the mocking of the 15 hours of classtime, My feeling is if your serious enough to be legal and carry right, Then your serious enough to invest in the responsiblity. Again theres really no need because we are an open carry state and theres just a couple of laws difference between cc and oc. Its just a matter of prefrence.

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    The issue between MN and WI will be interesting. Hopefully the two DoJ's can iron it out. Mn has a requirement for range time. WI does not, but most CC courses include range time as part of the curriculum. Also, those that will use their Hunter's safety certificate as proof of training also had to undergo range time in order to be granted the certificate. Finally any persons using Military small arms qualification for proof of training had extensive range time. It will be interesting to see which wins out; specifics of the laws or reality.

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    NM honors FL CHL's and you don't need range training, just have to have an NRA certified course requirement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Para1911 View Post
    Just to clarify, you will be able to carry in WI if you have an out of State CCW from let say FL. Is that correct?
    i dont know, but if you get to carry in this state before the residents do, no one will like you.http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/im...ons/icon11.png
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    Quote Originally Posted by McX View Post
    i dont know, but if you get to carry in this state before the residents do, no one will like you.
    I expect that WI will honor one or more of my permits, so I will lay low until WI residents have had an ample opportunity to get their permits. I do not want McX to "not like me".
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