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News about CCP issuance in your state, non-resident CCP's, reciprocity updates/changes, legal issues, pending and newly-introduced legislation, and all things applicable to cc (other than holsters, ammo, and training - did I leave anything out?), this is the room to plop it down. Members feel free to add.

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http://www.nraila.org/GunLaws/

http://www.ccwusa.com/site/

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http://www.americanccw.com/

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http://www.carryconcealed.net/

http://www.gunlaws.com/links/

http://www.usacarry.com/
 

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Valuable info on thses sites, I rely on a couple to keep updated on carry laws in other states. Yogi :)
 

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The man who answered the phone line on the backside of my Utah Concealed Firearm Permit tells me that - come this May - things are likely to change for many non-resident permit holders. Maintaining the good will of that expanding list of states evidently checkmates Utah's thirst for out-of-state revenue to repair their crumbling Interstate 15. Stay tuned.
 

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It's over, folks.

The Great State of Utah has bowed to blackmail from Nevada and New Mexico.

The Bill has passed both State Houses and now only needs to be signed by the Governor. If you are a non-resident holder of a Utah Concealed Firearm Permit, you will lose it at your next renewal unless you have a valid current permit issued from your own state.
 

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NON-RESDENT UTAH CONCEAL CARRY PERMIS ARE HISTORY!

It's all over, folks.

The Great State of Utah has bowed to blackmail from Nevada and New Mexico.

The Bill has passed both State Houses and now only needs to be signed by a compliant Governor. If you are a non-resident holder of a Utah Concealed Firearm Permit, you will lose it at your next renewal unless you possess a valid current permit issued from your own state.

And they'll charge you more to renew that less-capable permit , to boot!

This amounts to a Drop Dead Sentence to those unfortunate souls who reside in those "May-Issue" States that honored the Utah permt

Spend your next vacation in Florida, not Utah.
 

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Re: NON-RESDENT UTAH CONCEAL CARRY PERMIS ARE HISTORY!

Launch Vehicle said:
It's all over, folks.

The Great State of Utah has bowed to blackmail from Nevada and New Mexico.

The Bill has passed both State Houses
Source? Link? Bill#? I can find no such a bill on the Utah State Legislature calendar. Is someone pulling your leg?
 

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See Utah S.B. 36 Substitute sponsored by John L. Valentine - Concealed Firearm Act Amendments - enrolled and updated March 16th. Passed both State House and Senate on the third reading. Governor signed three days ago - on March 22nd. The Utah Legislative Printing Office (801) 538-1103 may be able to supply you with a copy.

I'm not happy either. ???
 

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Launch Vehicle said:
See Utah S.B. 36 Substitute sponsored by John L. Valentine - Concealed Firearm Act Amendments - enrolled and updated March 16th. Passed both State House and Senate on the third reading. Governor signed three days ago - on March 22nd. The Utah Legislative Printing Office (801) 538-1103 may be able to supply you with a copy.

I'm not happy either. ???
Thanks for the information. I hunted for it and couldn't find it. I am guessing that there are many people who will be negatively effected by this. I'm surprised there's not more of an uproar over it. As an Indiana resident, I believe I would still qualify, but this is really gonna cramp alot of peoples' style to say the least!
 

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Someone on another forum helped clarify the new Utah law with this Salt Lake Tribune article. I wasn't clear reading the bill that this new restriction effects only those who 1)live in states where permits are available AND 2) who recognize the Utah permits. So, for instance, Illinois residents can still apply for and obtain a Utah carry permit as permits are not available in their state. The article below suggests that if your state issues, but does not have reciprocity with Utah, you can still apply for a Utah permit.

http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/home/51247063-76/bill-final-gun-permit.html.csp
 

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Great info!
 
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