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Can NYState residents who have CCW carry in NH?

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  1. ADKWOODSMAN

    ADKWOODSMAN Member

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    Have to travel to NH and was just wondering,

    Have NY and out of state FL CCW. FL resident carry only legal in NH.

    There website does not list NY.
     
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  2. Midwest

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    I don't have the answer, but this site does.

    http://nyfirearms.com/forums/
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  3. 460Shooter

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    Just a suggestion here. If you have a smart phone, there are a number of free apps that can be downloaded that have CC reciprocity maps, and gun laws by state. I find it useful. The one I use is simply called CCW, and it allows you to choose your permits, and it generates a map for you. You can also look at required disclosure laws, and prohibited areas by state. I have found it very useful, especially when traveling.
     
  4. tarakian

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    NY has no reciprocity with any state, so your NY permit gains you nothing in NH.
     
  5. ADKWOODSMAN

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    Thanks folks. A little more research told me the same.
     
  6. maxxhavoc

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    Kind of.

    Send them a copy of your carry permit, $100, and their nonresident carry license application form. This will get you a NH Carry permit good for 4 years. As a bonus, it will let you carry in 6 other states as well according to USACarry. This includes PA.
     
  7. herrwalther

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    NY does not recognize any other state permit nor does any other state recognize NY's. The only way to carry in NH is to get a non-resident permit.
     
  8. beag_nut

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    People should use this website, which is chockfull of up-to-date handgun info:
    http://www.handgunlaw.us/
    There, we find that VT does honor a NY permit. In fact, VT honors all other states' permits. A bunch of others also honor NY, even though there is NO reciprocity from NY. Bad news: NH does not honor NY.
    Hope this helps keep someone out of jail, and frees up others who just don't know.
     
  9. maxxhavoc

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    Vermont doesn't recognize the legality of needing a permit. Any US citizen who can legally posses a firearm, whether they have a permit or not, can carry concealed.

    Makes me wonder why I moved away from there.

    Standard disclaimer: I'm not a lawyer, so do your homework. Don't quote me.
     
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  10. herrwalther

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  11. GarySTL

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    Missouri recognizes permits issued by any other state or political subdivision. Some others do also.
     
  12. Twiki357

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    Arizona also recognizes all other states carry permits. But it’s a moot point since AZ became a Constitutional carry state a few years ago.
     
  13. jrmiddleton425

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    NYS permit recognized in 21 states according to handgunlaw.us.
     
  14. Thedub88

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    Open carry is legal. Just not in the car
     
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