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Old 06-29-2018, 4:56 PM
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My non-resident AZ CCW is no longer non-resident.
Made the move 2 weeks ago.

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Good to know. Thanks.


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For training, they do not accept online training, but they will accept a copy of any currently valid CCW.
Virginia accepts online training.
Take online class, get VA permit, send copy of VA permit to AZ, receive AZ permit.
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Well, finally got up off of my *** and requested an application from AZ. Not sure why I waitied so long...

My IA lists 3 pistols on my CA permit. I assume AZ's is different?

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Well, finally got up off of my *** and requested an application from AZ. Not sure why I waitied so long...

My IA lists 3 pistols on my CA permit. I assume AZ's is different?
No limit, no qualification, no listing.
You can carry your AR pistol in AZ.
New Mexico is one of the few free states that actually lists permitted guns (AND they do not allow you to carry more than one at a time).
Nevada used to require qualification on semi-auto and revolver separately, but that was changed a couple of years ago and you can carry anything and qualify with anything.

Most free states, there is no specific qualification, no listing, and no restriction on how many you can carry at one time.
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No limit, no qualification, no listing.
You can carry your AR pistol in AZ.
New Mexico is one of the few free states that actually lists permitted guns (AND they do not allow you to carry more than one at a time).
Nevada used to require qualification on semi-auto and revolver separately, but that was changed a couple of years ago and you can carry anything and qualify with anything.

Most free states, there is no specific qualification, no listing, and no restriction on how many you can carry at one time.
Thanks bud, gee can't see why anyone wouldn't get the AZ permit.

So... with no pistol listing on the permit, would that include reciprocity in the other states that I would carry in with my AZ permit? Not sure if that makes sense, obviously I wouldn't be carrying an AR lol.

For example, I travel into NV with a pistol not listed on my CA permit (locked away in the trunk/legal trasport). Once crossed state line, switch CCW to that pistol utilizing the AZ permit?

Just trying to get a clear picture here. I'm sure these questions have been asked a thousand times.

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For example, I travel into NV with a pistol not listed on my CA permit (locked away in the trunk/legal trasport). Once crossed state line, switch CCW to that pistol utilizing the AZ permit?
Yep... carry what you like, take a deep breath, and smell the Freedom.
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Yep... carry what you like, take a deep breath, and smell the Freedom.
Wow, that's what that smells like! Thanks for the info.

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I called AZ DPS for a change of address, CA to AZ.
They said my new DL/ID is my chance of address.
Very layed-back.

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Anyone have an idea of the processing pace for AZ right now? I'm at 49 days and they still haven't cashed my money order. At little disappointing since it seems to be a role reversal for an otherwise free state (my CA license only took 17 days).
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Anyone have an idea of the processing pace for AZ right now? I'm at 49 days and they still haven't cashed my money order. At little disappointing since it seems to be a role reversal for an otherwise free state (my CA license only took 17 days).
That is unusual. They normally are processing in a couple of weeks.
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Anyone have an idea of the processing pace for AZ right now? I'm at 49 days and they still haven't cashed my money order. At little disappointing since it seems to be a role reversal for an otherwise free state (my CA license only took 17 days).


Email them. They cash the money order fairly quickly after receipt from what I have seen.
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For example, I travel into NV with a pistol not listed on my CA permit (locked away in the trunk/legal trasport). Once crossed state line, switch CCW to that pistol utilizing the AZ permit?
Can I ask why you'd change out the equipment you are used to carrying daily (?) in California for something else just because you are in Nevada or Arizona?

Personally I think it is not the smartest way to go about things. Muscle memory and all.

Are the conditions changing in a way that would require a change in gun? For example I have a 4" GP100 on my permit to make carrying while camping, hiking, fishing, etc easier in predator country. I don't EDC it, but I train with it.
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Can I ask why you'd change out the equipment you are used to carrying daily (?) in California for something else just because you are in Nevada or Arizona?

Personally I think it is not the smartest way to go about things. Muscle memory and all.

Are the conditions changing in a way that would require a change in gun? For example I have a 4" GP100 on my permit to make carrying while camping, hiking, fishing, etc easier in predator country. I don't EDC it, but I train with it.
It was just a general question. I wouldn't want to carry something that I wasn't proficient with anyway.

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Anyone have an idea of the processing pace for AZ right now? I'm at 49 days and they still haven't cashed my money order. At little disappointing since it seems to be a role reversal for an otherwise free state (my CA license only took 17 days).


The turnaround time was about 30 days for me. Granted, that was about two years ago. You should give them a call and see what’s the holdup.
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New Mexico is one of the few free states that actually lists permitted guns (AND they do not allow you to carry more than one at a time).

So if I travel to NM with my AZ and FL permit, am I able to carry anything I want? How does that work with reciprocity?
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So if I travel to NM with my AZ and FL permit, am I able to carry anything I want? How does that work with reciprocity?
NM does not recognize the CA permit, so the "listed" aspect of NM law would not apply.
I would, however, avoid carrying more than one at a time in accordance with NM law, even though the conditions of the AZ/FL permit do not prohibit it.

Also remember that in NM, it is not legal to carry in locations that sell anything above wine or low-point beer... can't carry at Chili's/Outback/Applebees.
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Can I ask why you'd change out the equipment you are used to carrying daily (?) in California for something else just because you are in Nevada or Arizona?
First thing that comes to mind is magazine capacity. We're limited to 10 in CA, so an EDC may be a compact or sub-compact with a 9-10rd capacity.
In a free state, we can switch out to a G19 or something else that has a more reasonable capacity. Enough people on this forum seem to have enough disposable income that they wouldn't be concerned over dropping $40 on a couple of mags that they would "ditch" on their way back into CA.
Second thing is less concern over printing or "being made" in a free state vs California, particularly open-carry states.

But yes, you want to be proficient with anything you are carrying.
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