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Old 09-12-2018, 6:38 AM
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Default CA CCW "listed guns" req in other states

CA's CCW is only valid when carrying the guns listed on the permit.

When traveling to another state that does not list guns on permits, do those restrictions still apply? (I'm guessing that from a LEO perspective they wouldn't, but it could be a problem in court if you had to use it?)

(A non-resident permit like Florida that doesn't list guns and is recognized is obviously a good workaround, just curious.)
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My $0.02..in other states (freedom states) as long as you have a state permit or reciprocity then your GTG, as other states do not really give a crap about listed weapon on your permit like CA

Now I could be wrong, & will be call on it if I am.
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I think that if a state that accepts a LTC from Ca. only the guns listed on the permit are good. However if I were to use a Utah ccw in a state that accepts it, I could use any hand gun that I legally possess. I.E. I take a trip to Va and my brother hands me one of his had guns to borrow while I am in his state. If I have a Utah ccw I am legal to carry that gun in Va.
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Since it's nearly impossible to make heads/tails of CA's ridiculous laws (and how other states might interpret them), get an AZ non-resident CCW and carry what you want.
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IIRC, that's up to the state where you are at the time. Some seem to say 'your out of state permit is good if you follow all your state's rules, and our state's rules.'
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The permit says it is only valid with the listed guns. I wouldn’t test it. If you are in a constitutional carry state, you don’t need a permit to carry so you are good to go.

I would (and have) get another permit like AZ if you want to carry an unlisted gun out of state. An AZ permit is like $60/5 yrs and you get it by mail if you have CA CCW already.
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The permit says it is only valid with the listed guns. I wouldn’t test it. If you are in a constitutional carry state, you don’t need a permit to carry so you are good to go.

I would (and have) get another permit like AZ if you want to carry an unlisted gun out of state. An AZ permit is like $60/5 yrs and you get it by mail if you have CA CCW already.
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If you are in a constitutional carry state, you don’t need a permit to carry so you are good to go.

Depends on the state - some are constitutional carry for residents only.
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