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[QUOTE=Wes Scott;5244545]https://www.usacarry.com/new_jersey_...formation.html

$20 for a 2 year concealed carry permit in New Jersey and they issue them to non-residents

I tried Wes and after !.5 years they asked for more info, even though I had very good reasons. I just got tired and since I moved out of state I decided not to apply any more. Im very happy with my Florida license.

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I could lecture someone on gun, gun rights etc but the intent of this thread is to keep the ones interested in their safety, while riding far away from home informed.
Please dont try to make this a debate. If it does not fit your agenda dont click in here.
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Would recommend checking usacarry.com if you are planning a trip across state lines and will have a gun with you. It has the most up-to-date information on gun laws. Also has interactive maps showing reciprocity. uscca.com has also started to show that kind of information. I teach the Minnesota carry permit classes, and reciprocity or the lack thereof, is one of the most confusing topics for my students.
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FWIW, the Hudson house bill had a provision for non-resident CCWs to apply so if you are in a non-issuing area, you could get a non-resident CCW (e.g. from AZ) and then use it in your own state (the senate bill did not have this provision). This will really pi$$ off states like California and other anti-2A states. Hopefully this clause survives the review process for those people in non-issuing areas.
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Yea it would be nice to have just one law to cover the whole nation. The way it is now you don't know from state to state or even city to town. I was at a pubic med clinic a couple of months back to get a free flue shot. They came out and made all people waiting to leave the waiting room. Moved us to another area in the building. I went out the back door and went around to the front main entrance to catch a smoke. Cop's all over the place. They soon came out with a guy in handcuffs and took him away. I asked one cop what's going on. Well this guy had come into the clinic carrying and I guess someone noticed and called the cops. Here outside there was a sign against anyone other than cops carrying a gun. I guess he did not see it on his way in. Here in Texas it is easy to obtain a ccw but the restrictions on where you can carry are crazy. Anytime I go into town I just leave my gun at home because I have gotten out of my car, maybe had to walk a block or two and than find out where I am trying to go has a restriction against carrying. Now I have to go back to the car, lock it in the glove box and then go back to finish what I came to do. More and more places are putting up these signs in town. There really is a need to do something about a national law that applies all over and removes most restrictions save for a very few.
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i Feel itís just a matter of time before most states approve ď open carry ď

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