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    Map to show reciprocity

    Here is a great website where U choose the state your handgun permit was issued, and it shows you a U.S. map of what other states you can carry in!


    http://www.handgunlaw.us/LicMaps/ccwmap.php
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    The owner of this site was formerly with packing.org, got tired of the BS over there, and started his own site. This is the very best site on the web for gun law information, bar none.

    Here's my CCW map, showing the states that honor Montana's permit.
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    Hey Captain Crunch. I have the exact same map in my wallet and also a copy of Montana CCW laws.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tnoisaw View Post
    Hey Captain Crunch. I have the exact same map in my wallet and also a copy of Montana CCW laws.
    Good thinking, Tony.

    Got any room left for cash? You know, the little pieces of paper with dead presidents' pictures on them that our wives let us have every now and then.

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    Handgunlaw.us

    Thank you for the kind words about Handgunlaw.us. After cataloging CCW info for all the states for over 8 years I know that Handgunlaw.us. is the best site for CCW info on the net.

    I do invite everyone to come to Handgunlaw.us. and explore the site. There is a wealth of info there. If you take your time and explore the site you will find information you never thought was contained in one place.

    Steve Aikens and I are glad you like the site and will continue to give those who carry firearms legally for self defense a place to find the up to date information they need.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch View Post
    Good thinking, Tony.

    Got any room left for cash? You know, the little pieces of paper with dead presidents' pictures on them that our wives let us have every now and then.
    Cash? What's that? Oh ya, that's the green stuff my wife carries but only allows me to hold once in a while.

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    Awsome site!

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    Captain Crunch ! Nice to see another Montanan here.

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    TNOISAW:
    I would like to know why you have a copy of the CCW in your wallet when the state licensing laws are not even valid.

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    that's a great site. does this mean that i don't need to get any sort of special permission to carry in the states that honor my lisc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by big dutchman View Post
    that's a great site. does this mean that i don't need to get any sort of special permission to carry in the states that honor my lisc?
    Correct. If another state honors or has reciprocity with the state your CCW is issued in, you can legally carry concealed there. However, their rules apply, so it's best to read up before you carry in another state so you know the differences.

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    thanks

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    You may want to upgrade your map Capt. Crunch because I see errors.

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    Question

    I could drive from VA to New Mexico and never leave a reciprocity state. Interesting.

    Is it illegal to CCW in a Federal Park?

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    and for those that prefer state acronyms, a different format, or to compare the reciprocity of all the states more effectively, there's this cool pdf

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/documents/USReciprocity.pdf

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    Nice sight. Saved for future travels.

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    Great tech.

    I've always wondered why I couldn't drive through SC to see my parents in NC?

    I understand why I can't go to NY.

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    Is packing.org the one that bans you for talking about .380's for self defense? I got banned from some handgun forum for that.

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    Re: Map to show reciprocity

    Quote Originally Posted by Benny1636 View Post
    Is packing.org the one that bans you for talking about .380's for self defense? I got banned from some handgun forum for that.


    PDO tanked / self destructed in 2006 if I'm not mistaken...

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    See now this makes no sense to me at all?
    You have to pass a Federal background check to buy a gun in the first place, so why are the states not unified on this?
    I realize the some states do not allow CCW at all, but if they do, why not all agree on a standard? Too logical for politicians to handle?

    Every state acknowledges/accepts every other state's standards for Driver's Licenses?....and far more people are killed-injured by careless driving than guns.

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