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…
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Answers to the most common questions about the National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017 or HR38. What does this mean, and how does it apply to concealed carry permits, magazine laws, non-resident permits, school zone laws, and .
The State of Nevada has updated their official website to reflect a new reciprocity arrangement they have finalized with the State of Oregon. This means moving forward, those of you with the Concealed Carry permit (both resident and non-resident permits) from the State of Oregon can carry concealed per Nevada Concealed Carry law when visiting.
The Georgia Attorney General has announced that they will not be honoring the Virginia permit because Virginia will not honor Georgia permits issued to those 18-20 years of age. This doesn’t make a lot of sense since Georgia has been honoring permits from other states that have similar policies. We’ll see how this unfolds but […]
If you live in Idaho and travel to Nevada frequently you should obtain the Idaho Enhanced Permit so you can continue to carry concealed.
Pennsylvania has recently added Ohio as a state whose permit will be honored in Pennsylvania. As we previously announced, Ohio’s law recently changed to honor permits from all other states and in doing so it would seem that they now meet the requirements in Pennsylvania 6106(b)(15) of the Uniform Firearms Act that grants reciprocity to […]