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It is, but ohio doesn't allow non res permits and they don't recgonize my PA, but the do the non res FL....



I live close enough to ohio to warrent one.
 

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I just have North Carolina (which is good in quite a few states). In the past I have had PA, NH, and VA permits, but since the passage of HR218, I mostly rely on that. I have the NC permit mostly because it precludes the need for a purchase permit or NCIS check.
 

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Wilsoncreek said:
How does one go about getting a non-resident CCW permit?


I went to packing.org and saw that florida had one that I could get, and they gave a site that I requested info.



I did the paperwork, and sent it in.
 

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Aegis said:
I have a permit for Calif. They are way to difficult to get. Ca and Ny are probably the worst states in the country,.


1 word.... Democrats. Enjoy! You elected'em.
 

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Forget about Packing.org!!!

Everybody, do yourselves a favor and never go to Packing.org again. The site has degenerated to a bunch of high schoolers in a pissing contest, and the information is irregularly updated at best.



Instead, go to http://www.handgunlaw.us/. The site is run/maintained by a couple of guys who had their hands in Packing.org, but pulled out when they saw things heading downhill fast.



In answer to the original thread post, I have a FL non-res since I'm active-duty AF, and FL has the most coverage nationwide than any other state. I'll get my TX resident permit some day, but I don't have the time/money to take a trip down South to attend class.
 
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