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New Hampshire - home state permit not required for non-resident NH permit

OC for ME

Regular Member
Jan 6, 2010
White Oak Plantation
Further, we cannot disregard the fact that residents of certain states, like New Jersey, may simply be unable to satisfy state requirements for a license that differ from New Hampshire’s statutory requirements. Because the rules at issue here effectively incorporate into New Hampshire’s requirements for concealed-carry licenses the requirements established by other states for the issuance of concealed-carry licenses, the rules change the requirements of RSA 159:6, and thus, “add to, detract from, or modify the statute which they are intended to implement,” Mays, 161 N.H. at 473 (quotation omitted).
Good job New Hampshire.

New Hampshirites need to work to get those folks who argued in favor of eroding liberty kicked out of office.


Activist Member
Jun 2, 2009
Montgomery County, MD
A big benefit from this is PA's reciprocity agreement with NH does not preclude non residents from carrying in PA on a NH permit. I bet PA AG Kane is trying to figure out a way to prevent this from happening like she did with VA, FL, UT and MS.

The NH reciprocity agreement doesn't limit the agreement to residents like the others do.