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    He who has the most permits wins...

    Just kidding about the title, but I'm curious, which permit combinations are most popular. I went a little overboard and have 6 now. Each one adds at least one state to my list, I know I could get more but they would be completely redundant. The only other one I can remember being an option is CT that might add another state to the 39 I'm already OK in.

    WI, UT, FL, AZ, ME, NH

    I believe WI, UT, and FL might be the best bang for buck for getting the most number of states, but what say you?

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    One..

    If the National bill passes, you will only need one..

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    True enough, most of them I got 2 yrs ago or so, so wasn't aware of the national bill at that time. Hopefully it makes this irrelivent. Was just curious what those travelers (like myself) have.

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    UT + AZ is probably the cheapest. Although I have one, I really do not need a Fl permit because my UT resident gets me into FL, NH, MI, and CO.
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    Yeah, it would definitely depend on which "resident permit" you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svelectric View Post
    Just kidding about the title, but I'm curious, which permit combinations are most popular. I went a little overboard and have 6 now. Each one adds at least one state to my list, I know I could get more but they would be completely redundant. The only other one I can remember being an option is CT that might add another state to the 39 I'm already OK in.

    WI, UT, FL, AZ, ME, NH

    I believe WI, UT, and FL might be the best bang for buck for getting the most number of states, but what say you?
    WI, UT, AZ.

    Right now with WI, UT, AZ, you would only need FL for FL. I am pretty sure that FL will accept WI so I didn't bother with that one.

    I may go for NH and ME if I end up going that way. But if I do get those, then I might as well try and get CT, MA and MD as well.

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    i'm out of contention already; in the steeeeenkin category i got 2, and some paper with cat paw prints all over it. that's it........................'cept for maybe this cheeseburger.

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    I live in Idaho buy regularly travel to Washigton through Oregon and Neveda through Utah. My Idaho CC covers me in Idaho and Utah, I can get an Oregon and Washington CC just by filling out the paperwork. Neveda requires me to take a class in the county I wish to apply for one unless I get an Arizona (just have to complete the paperwork) and it will cover me for Arizona and Nevada.

    So if I have a Utah, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and Idaho CC I can travel anywhere in the West except Kalifornia and I will be OK. Everyone wants a piece of the money pie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocWalker View Post
    I live in Idaho buy regularly travel to Washigton through Oregon and Neveda through Utah. My Idaho CC covers me in Idaho and Utah, I can get an Oregon and Washington CC just by filling out the paperwork. Neveda requires me to take a class in the county I wish to apply for one unless I get an Arizona (just have to complete the paperwork) and it will cover me for Arizona and Nevada.

    So if I have a Utah, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and Idaho CC I can travel anywhere in the West except Kalifornia and I will be OK. Everyone wants a piece of the money pie.
    With the OR permit, I thought you had to live in a neighboring/border state to get one?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BROKENSPROKET View Post
    With the OR permit, I thought you had to live in a neighboring/border state to get one?
    I live in Idaho....We border Oregon.....ever hear of the french-fry ORE-IDA....lol

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    Sorry to step on the WI forum, but can someone point me in the direction of a link to the site that best describes the national bill gun plan that is written above?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROKENSPROKET View Post
    WI, UT, AZ.

    Right now with WI, UT, AZ, you would only need FL for FL. I am pretty sure that FL will accept WI so I didn't bother with that one.

    I may go for NH and ME if I end up going that way. But if I do get those, then I might as well try and get CT, MA and MD as well.
    I never thought about MA or MD, I thought you had to physically go there, or work there. Are they available by mail? If so, I might have to think about them.

    The CT one is pretty pricey for one state, unless you'll specifically be traveling there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lthrnck View Post
    If the National bill passes, you will only need one..
    It will definitely be a plus.
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    Be careful what you wish for........

    Quote Originally Posted by Lthrnck View Post
    If the National bill passes, you will only need one..
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    It will definitely be a plus.
    You just may get more 10A diluting commerce clause B.S. You're cheering for the same mechanic that allows for gun free school zones, national health care and just about any other unconstitutional mandate from the federal government.
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    Non-WI resident allowed to play? PA, CT, UT, AZ. I had the ME paperwork filled out...but decided to wait and see what happens with HR822.


    Quote Originally Posted by BROKENSPROKET View Post
    WI, UT, AZ.

    Right now with WI, UT, AZ, you would only need FL for FL. I am pretty sure that FL will accept WI so I didn't bother with that one.

    I may go for NH and ME if I end up going that way. But if I do get those, then I might as well try and get CT, MA and MD as well.
    NH, CT and ME are easily done by mail. MA you will need to plan a visit...but at $100/year... and forget about MD.


    Quote Originally Posted by gm2max View Post
    Sorry to step on the WI forum, but can someone point me in the direction of a link to the site that best describes the national bill gun plan that is written above?
    http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/pdf/HR%20822%20Amendment%20Substitute.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    Non-WI resident allowed to play? PA, CT, UT, AZ. I had the ME paperwork filled out...but decided to wait and see what happens with HR822.




    NH, CT and ME are easily done by mail. MA you will need to plan a visit...but at $100/year... and forget about MD.




    http://judiciary.house.gov/hearings/pdf/HR%20822%20Amendment%20Substitute.pdf
    That's kind of what I thought about MA/MD non res permits... Probably won't happen, but I hope WI can get reciprocity with SC (I'll be traveling there in a couple of months...)

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    Had FL & MN, MN expired in 7/2011, FL good for another 10 months. I applied for WI and will apply for UT before FL expires in 9/2012. I don't intend to renew either MN or FL. UT will cover what FL did (except FL), plus MN, and I'm hoping FL will honor WI. I don't think a national reciprocity law will get past Obama.

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    Quote Originally Posted by safcrkr View Post
    Had FL & MN, MN expired in 7/2011, FL good for another 10 months. I applied for WI and will apply for UT before FL expires in 9/2012. I don't intend to renew either MN or FL. UT will cover what FL did (except FL), plus MN, and I'm hoping FL will honor WI. I don't think a national reciprocity law will get past Obama.
    I don't either...

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    I only have 1, but it is recognized by every state that has provisions to honor out of state licenses. I CAN'T carry in HI, CA, OR, IL, NY, RI, CT, MA, MD, or NJ. I think MI is the only state in the nation that has it's permit recognized by every state that recognizes out of state permits.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yooper View Post
    I only have 1, but it is recognized by every state that has provisions to honor out of state licenses. I CAN'T carry in HI, CA, OR, IL, NY, RI, CT, MA, MD, or NJ. I think MI is the only state in the nation that has it's permit recognized by every state that recognizes out of state permits.
    There is no CCW permit that is reconized in all 50 states. Florida is the best followed by Utah but some states like Kalifornia make it difficult to get one even for a resident of their state.

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    Quote Originally Posted by svelectric View Post
    I don't either...
    I agree, but the harder we fight for it now, th better it will be in 2013. But one thing i fear about this bill, is that if it passed the states that oppossed it would make so many restriction on carrying in thier state that it render it almost meaningless. Unless the was a nation wide premeption of state firearm laws. But the more I think about it, it would be better if the Federal Government stayed out of it. Leave it to the states. There could be way too many intented consequences to make a basic good notion into soemthing even worse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yooper View Post
    I only have 1, but it is recognized by every state that has provisions to honor out of state licenses. I CAN'T carry in HI, CA, OR, IL, NY, RI, CT, MA, MD, or NJ. I think MI is the only state in the nation that has it's permit recognized by every state that recognizes out of state permits.
    MI recognizes all resident permits, but that has nothing to do with who reconizes a MI permit. I am not understanding what you attempted to communicate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McX View Post
    i'm out of contention already; in the steeeeenkin category i got 2, and some paper with cat paw prints all over it. that's it........................'cept for maybe this cheeseburger.
    McX - you might want to take that paper with "cat paw prints all over it" and send it in to UT with a copy of your WI Concealed Weapons License to get into more States - even though you do not travel much now, that could change - and UT will get you into MN while your WI CWL is invalid in MN (as of this posting). You never know when you might need a cheeseburger in MN, or the other states that UT gives you that you do not have as of now.

    With a UT Permit and a WI Concealed Weapons License, you could visit the Yellow Cat in Salt Lake City by exiting WI through IA and never have to disarm. Then just let your PA permit expire as UT covers every state that you got with the PA permit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DocWalker View Post
    There is no CCW permit that is reconized in all 50 states. Florida is the best followed by Utah but some states like Kalifornia make it difficult to get one even for a resident of their state.
    Michigan has the best reciprocity being honored in 41 states.
    States donít have rights. People do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BROKENSPROKET View Post
    MI recognizes all resident permits, but that has nothing to do with who reconizes a MI permit. I am not understanding what you attempted to communicate.
    If you would consult www.handgunlaw.us you will find that the MI permit has the most recognition / reciprocity of any permit in the USA (40 states in total). However, that is only a benefit to MI residents as MI does not issue to non-residents, nor do they recognize non-resident permits from any other state - but they do recognize resident permits from all other states (except IL because IL does not allow its' residents to defend themselves and their family).
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