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Old 02-17-2017, 01:38 PM
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The night before last, I learned that the state of Delaware will no longer recognize the non-resident permits of the states that they have reciprocity agreements with.

To the best of my knowledge, Delaware is joining the states of: Florida, South Carolina, and Pennsylvania that will not recognize the non-resident permits of the state's they have reciprocity agreements with. I find it difficult to understand why non-resident permits are not recognized, since the qualifications (except for residency) are identical. Even the proposed national reciprocity bill being addressed in Congress doesn't address non-resident permits.

Is anyone here aware of any other states that refuse to recognize non-resident permits of the states that they have have reciprocity agreements with?
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I don't under stand the denial of non resident license either since it has the same qualifications as the resident license.. for the states that issue them .. and some have even more training then required .. like myself because my Illinois resident permit requires 16 hours of training .. 8 hours just on the law ..

If the National Law doesn't make all states will issue and not may issue I am afraid many will not be able to qualify for national reciprocity because they will not be able to acquire a license in their own state because of the state's may issue laws .. As its now written non resident license are not recognized ..

I am not in favor of any law that would exclude anyone in any manner if they are legally able to own a firearm !!
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I think you are a little confused about the Delaware laws. If you have a non resident permit from another state Delaware will honor it if they have agreements with that state. If you move to Delaware,and become a resident of Delaware, then you must get a Delaware permit, and they will no longer honor your non resident permit from another state.
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In this post by Gary Slider, SC Honors MS Enhanced… DE Changes It Rules. . . NH Permitless Carry… OH and IL, Gary shares that Delaware (effective 9/23) will stop honoring the non-resident CCW permits issued by the states that they have a reciprocity agreement with. When I went to the Delaware AG's website, I didn't see that statement, but I did see a posted apology for a statement that generated confusion on Feb 17-19. Because I do carry when I travel in Delaware, I did contact the AG's office for a clarification.
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I've moved 14 times in my working career spanning 40 years.

In the last half of this period it was always necessary to acquire a new state CCW for my current state of residency.

I also have a non-resident permit for a state to which I travel frequently (CT) but which does not have reciprocity with my current state of residence (OH).

This has become a real pain in the neck to jump through all of the necessary legal hoops not to mention the expense.

In the case of CT, they rejected my fingerprint cards, which were all taken at my local Sheriff's office, 4 times over the space of 3 months. Finally, I simply gave up, traveled to CT and waited in line to have my fingerprints taken there. CT sure didn't make things easy. Now with all this talk about upping renewal fees to $300, I may need to re-consider what to do once my current permit expires. I am hoping cooler heads will prevail in the ensuing months.

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