PA law requires that the Attorney General's office complete a review of the concealed carry laws of the other 49 states to determine which have standards that match or exceed Pennsylvania law relating to applying for and receiving a concealed carry permit.
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, Pennsylvania has ceased honoring ANY non-resident permits. So those of you who rely on non-resident permits to get reciprocity in Pennsylvania are out of luck effective immediately.
There is some good news as Pennsylvania has determined that it will begin honoring permits from Alabama as well as Enhanced permits from Idaho.
At ConcealedCarry.com we are committed to keeping you up to date with all Concealed carry permit reciprocity changes. You can access a current map for your own state's permit or your own combination of state permits here: Concealed Carry Reciprocity Maps