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Old 12-04-2011, 11:12 PM   #1
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I see what're people talk about how hard ther state is with permit I can't carry in my state regardless but ho could I go about getting a out of state permit what's required I see a lot of people get it from Florida?
I would like to know more about downing this

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Old 12-04-2011, 11:32 PM   #2
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Florida does issue permits to non-residents. Some states recognize these type of permits, most do not.

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Florida and Utah, I believe, both issue non-resident permits. Whether your state recognizes it is a matter of it's laws. Most states, however, will not recognize a resident's, non-resident permit issued by another state. For example New Jersey, my state of residence, will not allow me to carry with a FL permit but neighboring PA and DE along with 37 other states will.

Here's a link to some info...bear in mind the most current laws will be found on your states gun law site.
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