Until recently, New Mexico and Louisiana had honored each other’s concealed carry permits. That has now changed. Now residents of New Mexico will no longer be allowed to carry concealed in the state of Louisiana, and vice versa. As of a few days ago the NM and LA state government sites show the updated lists […]
Updates about Concealed Carry Reciprocity from state to state. Anytime one state makes a change to what other state permits it will or won’t honor or recognize we publish it here. Visit this page to get updated via email.
While South Carolina residents have been allowed to carry in both Nebraska and Minnesota for a while, only this year have residents of both states been allowed to carry concealed in South Carolina with their home state’s concealed carry permit. According to the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, residents of Minnesota and Nebraska will now have […]
As part of that review, only one state that was previously honored in Pennsylvania will no longer be honored. Effective May 17th, Virginia permits will no longer be valid or honored in Pennsylvania. This is bad news for Virginia residents. In addition…
Now, West Virginia has permitless carry laws in place that allow anyone 21 or older to carry concealed without a permit but a recognized permit is still required to carry in certain places. Now those with a Montana concealed carry permit will have the same privileges as those with West Virginia permits.
Minnesota law essentially dictates that Minnesota will honor permits from states that have similar permit-to-carry law. There are a few key components to that that include: Minimum age of 21 to obtain a permit and Training with live fire required to apply
aware statute Title 11 Chapter 5 states that aware will honor permits from any state that honors the aware permit, “affords a reasonably similar degree of protection” and…