Reciprocity Map

Discussion of other state's CHL's & reciprocity

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby AggieMM » Sun Jun 12, 2016 9:49 pm

If you go back the the first post, it was created in 2008, but has continually been updated since then (see update history). The last update was Aug 2015.

But to answer your question, yes, the SE is good with Texas LTC.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby saltydog452 » Mon Jun 13, 2016 7:02 am

OOps, my bad. There is a big difference between looking and seeing.

Thanks for your efforts in keeping the map current.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby AggieMM » Sat Jul 02, 2016 9:27 am

Added NV Reciprocity. Thanks again to all that help me keep the map current!

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby oohrah » Sat Jul 02, 2016 3:36 pm

Shouldn't NV also be 21 minimum age?
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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby Dreamer42 » Sat Jul 02, 2016 4:25 pm

I have been waiting for my Ariz. plastic to arrive for months. We leave tomorrow, July 3 for Las Vegas. Imagine my shock to see a green Navada that goes into effect today. Like they say, timing is everything. Drinks are on me! Wait. Think Arizona will reimburse my fee?

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby Charles L. Cotton » Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:25 pm

Thanks again Ryan. This map is a great resource and I show it to every LTC class I teach.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby Oldgringo » Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:42 pm

Didn't IL recently accept TX' CHL or am I thinking of something else IL did?

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby oohrah » Sat Jul 02, 2016 9:47 pm

Texas accepted IL CCW w/o reciprocity. IL will only recognize states whose laws are substantially similar to IL (currently only 2 or 3). However, under the IL CCW law, any person licensed in their home state can concealed carry in their vehicle (no more disassemble and lock in the trunk transport).
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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby AggieMM » Sat Jul 02, 2016 10:48 pm

oohrah wrote:Shouldn't NV also be 21 minimum age?


You are correct, I forgot to add that in. I will make the update tomorrow. Thanks.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby Keith B » Sun Jul 03, 2016 7:19 am

oohrah wrote:Texas accepted IL CCW w/o reciprocity. IL will only recognize states whose laws are substantially similar to IL (currently only 2 or 3). However, under the IL CCW law, any person licensed in their home state can concealed carry in their vehicle (no more disassemble and lock in the trunk transport).


I don't believe there are any that Illinois is accepting. They have some pretty tough certification requirements like 16 hours of training by a Illinois State Police certified instructor. If there are any, they are at least not listed on www.handgunlaw.us. The vehicle carry piece is good though, at least it's progress toward some form of reciprocity and acknowledgement.
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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby oohrah » Sun Jul 03, 2016 12:11 pm

Sorry, Keith, I was incomplete. I didn't mean reciprocity. IL has a non-resident license, but only about four states qualify for those residents to apply. They also charge and arm and a leg for it.

Added: There is a current lawsuit in IL, Culp vs. Madigan, a class of non-residents suing the state for their non-resident issue policy. The state is currently stonewalling.
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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby AggieMM » Sun Jul 03, 2016 3:35 pm

Fixed the error, leaving off 21+ on NV. Added 21+ to NV.

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Re: Reciprocity Map recent updates?

Postby mr1337 » Tue Jul 05, 2016 2:05 pm

saltydog452 wrote:My Bride and I will be driving around much of The SE United States soon. Trip will start here in TEXAS and will U-Turn somewhere near the end of the Blue Ridge and Shenandoah Pkws. We have TEXAS CHL license and I have UTAH as well. If I read it right, the reciprocity map was last updated several years ago. Have there been any changes and 'Gotcha' restrictions since the last (2008?) update.

TX, La, Ms, Al, Ga, NC, Tn, Va, turn and follow coastal roads to Fl, the Keys, back to I 10 and TEXAS.

Thank you.

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All the states you listed recognize TX. The only gotchas I know of in the SE US are FL and SC, where they will only recognize a CCW permit that you are a resident of the state. But you didn't list those, and I'm also assuming that you are a TX resident, so you're in the clear.

If you want a summary of each state's laws, go to http://handgunlaw.us/ and click on the state. It will give you a run-down on their laws, but most of them are pretty similar to Texas. The SE is pretty pro-gun on the whole.
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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby a.nonimous » Sun Sep 18, 2016 8:13 pm

why in the world does Texas recognize permits from states that dont recognize ours???????? Id love to see equal reciprocity or nothing from Texas - perhaps that would lead to citizens of the other states (CA,MA etc.....) to lobby for equal reciprocity. we are granting rights that are being denied to Texans. :txflag:

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Re: Reciprocity Map

Postby RoyGBiv » Mon Sep 19, 2016 7:16 am

a.nonimous wrote:why in the world does Texas recognize permits from states that dont recognize ours???????? Id love to see equal reciprocity or nothing from Texas - perhaps that would lead to citizens of the other states (CA,MA etc.....) to lobby for equal reciprocity. we are granting rights that are being denied to Texans. :txflag:

just my 2c worth

ELB provides a concise answer to your question here...

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