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Old 05-23-2018, 7:44 AM
B-C B-C is offline
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Default Non-Resident AZ Permit - Issues like Colorado

How many states are playing games like Colorado..

Answered own question - supposedly it was meant to stop local Co residents from getting out of state licenses to carry in state, and created unintended conseqences - which probably weren't so un-intended.

Would like to see some sort of National Reciprocity at the Federal level to kick all states a little, and places like CA A LOT!

actually my map did have it right just doesn't ask what is resident state... however
Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania & South Carolina
those are the states that AZ/Other non-resident permits are not valid in.

directly from Colorado CCW Page:
https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/cbi/chpreciprocity
The state of Colorado no longer recognizes the validity of any permit issued by any state to a nonresident of that state (see C.R.S 18-12-213 amended 2007), specifically they must be a resident of the state that issued the concealed handgun permit and must be in possession of a valid drivers license or identification card issued by that same state.
Interesting the reciprocity map I was using showed I was good with AZ permit in Colorado but https://www.usconcealedcarry.com/travel/ has it right it looks like...


Just an interesting part that how many other states updated their CCW to block non-resident permits. Also interesting how Colorado is looking more and more like Cali.... I was hoping to move there and start a business in next few years then maybe retire some point after that, not looking so great now.

Last edited by B-C; 05-23-2018 at 8:24 AM.. Reason: Found answer - all over forums and was also available on handgunlaws.us just didn't read enough!
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Old 05-23-2018, 7:49 AM
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I know Philadelphia is ad of 4/18
No long accepts non-resident permits. Im heading there soon and luckily I looked up thier laws to keep myself out of trouble.
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