SC recognizes Virginia, Florida and Kentucky permits!

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  1. camacho

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    http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?ID=4188
     
  2. romma

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    That's huge! I wonder if SC states you need to be a Florida Resident, or if having a permit issued from there is enough...?
     
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    From the SC State statutes. The way I read it, you have to be resident but if I am wrong please correct me.
     
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    Must be a resident of a reciprocal state - non-resident is a no-go...

    Stupid language in the SC code - I have to do everything a resident has to do in order to get a non-resident FL permit...yet I'm still "disarmed" in SC every time I travel there. :banghead:
     
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    This is good progress.
    But it seems Alabama,Georgia and Mississippi are still not recognized by South Carolina per Handgunlaw.us.
    Some more work to be done to have a truly Solid South.
     
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    GA will probably not get reciprocity because they do not require either a background check or training (not sure which one).

    This (requiring training and background check) was part of the language of the revision passed in the legislature this past June.

    As to AL and MS, I am sure there will be others added.

    Cacique500: It may be stupid, but it is what it is. By the way, you can keep your weapon concealed in your vehicle. Buy a piece of land here and get a non-res permit of your own. :D

    camacho: You are correct, they do not accept non-res permits from other states.
     
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    Sounds like some enterprising SC'er could make a few bucks buying up "unusable" parcels and selling them in 1'-square parcels to nonresidents looking to apply for SC CCW's... at least until the Legislature down there performs a craniorectal extraction.
     
  9. El Tejon

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    One step at a time.:)
     
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