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Old 09-05-2009, 07:42 AM   #29
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We're a "shall issue" state .. If you are "legal" , they have to give you the permit .. My county is $20 per year .. Each year they do an IBC , and if you're good , they renew it ..

I forget , think we recip with close to half the states .. If you're good in one , should be good in all ..
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Old 09-05-2009, 08:59 PM   #30
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Both individuals had carry permits. The father pulled his gun when he saw a gun on the other individual and under the law he felt he was in danger. I agree that he would have been smarter to call the law. When you think about all the people who now have carry permits and there are a lot of idiots that have them as well, it can cause some dumb things to happen. I dont have a permit, I still carry a weapon in my rv and I am not going to bother getting a permit either. I did take the class out of curiosity. Cost me 60 dollars but they said it would cost another 60 I think it was to have the background check done. I thought the first 60 covered everything.
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Old 09-21-2009, 06:39 AM   #31
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Florida will grant an out of state CCW if your training certificate is honored by them.
I took the course in WV, which is also honored by FL for out of state. In that case you do not need to go to Florida for fingerprints, just enclose an approved set from your local Sheriffs department.
Unfortunately UTAH recently makes you physically show up to get an out of state permit, but only adds Minn and I believe one other state.
Maryland has a CCW carry, but will not give one to anybody....
WV and FL allow me to carry in (37) states or so.....
Lots of pros and cons to carry, but my personal belief is to carry all the time.
Also any permit clearly states you can only use the weapon if you are in immediate danger of your life. It is NOT a permit to be a policeman, and you will find out quickly that you best not draw down on anyone unless personally threatened.
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Old 09-22-2009, 02:21 PM   #33
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Unfortunately UTAH recently makes you physically show up to get an out of state permit,
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When did Utah start doing that?
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Old 09-22-2009, 03:44 PM   #34
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We use the advice as told by JURZBILL earlier. Glove compartment and holstered.
Fl statute # 790.053-061.
Had a Georgia CC permit several years ago but found it cumbersome, for me, to tote a 45cal auto around everywhere. Keeping the big gun concealed was no easy matter either. We ALWAYS have protection when we are in ANY of our vehicles though and would be very grateful for someone with a current CC permit to back us up if needed.

Good topic and well addressed.

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When did Utah start doing that?
Within the last year.
I was lazy, and didn't bother getting it, but since have been traveling thru/to Minn. and decided to get the Utah permit just for adding that state.
Called the state office and they confirmed that you now must apply in person for their out of state.........
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Are there any situations or states where you can carry a piece not hidden or locked up?
Seems I was in Texas a few years ago and it was quite common to see holsters in plain site. I don't think thay were toys.

If you are carrying a piece, with or with out permits or other authorizations, do you have to tell anyone or a law enforcement person? Or is it a "Don't ask-don't tell" situation?

I may carry, I may not. In what situations must you tell?
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Can the authorities x-check vehicle license plates with or to personal carry records. If so, and I suspect the possibility, then you are broadcasting info unknowingly!!
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bdaball,
States vary on need to know. WV you don't have to tell, but Ohio you need to immediately (by law) inform an officer that you have a CCW and are carrying. You need to check the states individually that you go thru to really know.
Wyoming and other states carry openly without requiring a permit. In many states is is legal to carry openly, but you usually will get a ticket/warning for disturbing the peace or other laws if you do.
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Unfortunately UTAH recently makes you physically show up to get an out of state permit,
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I just got off of the phone with the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification and you DO NOT have to apply in person for a non-res permit. You DO HAVE to take a class from an approved Utah instructor (there is a list by state on their website). The instructor will have all the paperwork that you will need to fill out and full instructions on what and where to send them. As of this date you can expect up to a 4 month wait due to the excessive amount of people applying for the permits.

Also, just for your info, if you have a Virginia permit it WILL show on a police DMV check. In other words if you get pulled over the minute that officer runs your license or tags he/she will know if you have a permit, so don't be surprise if the officer ask you about your weapon or if "back up" suddenly appears out of no where.
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WOW MY BAD!!
Don't know who I talked to, but surely will be sending my certificate from WV (If it will qualify) and prints to UTAH.
I assume you mean you don't have to physically be there for any reason if you qualify on the CCW certificate.
Thanks much for the correction!
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Are there any situations or states where you can carry a piece not hidden or locked up?
PA is an open carry state and there is a big resurgence in doing so.
I have a PA. Concealed permit for many years, I carry around the state but do not out of state. Just don't feel like taking the chance or the hassel of obtaing other states permits.
I just keep something else handy for self protection, but would prefer a handgun!
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WOW MY BAD!!
Don't know who I talked to, but surely will be sending my certificate from WV (If it will qualify) and prints to UTAH.
I assume you mean you don't have to physically be there for any reason if you qualify on the CCW certificate.
Thanks much for the correction!
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Bob,
You HAVE to take the Utah course from an APPROVED Utah instructor. The instructor will have the proper paper work you will need to fill out and instructions on what and where to send everything to. After you do that sit back and wait 4 months for the mail man to show up.

I may go ahead and take the Utah class myself. It seems to be a better deal than the Fla permit.
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