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I am a Tennessee resident. I work in North Dakota. I bought a ar10 online. Can I get it send to a ffl here I ND and take ownership
North Carolina does honor the DE permit, meaning that you may still carry concealed within the NC laws. However, if you do wish to get a NC Concealed Handgun Permit, you will need to attend a NCDOJ Approved Concealed Carry Handgun Course. The reason for this is because different states have different laws regarding the process to obtain a CHP.
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Yes Slanteyes, you would have to take course to get your NC Permit.
as a retired police officer in NY, what are my rights concerning 15 round clips?
As you are probably aware, Illinois gun laws are being changed right now, going from CCW permit right denied to issuing permits. This website has a write-up on the current state of Illinois gun laws.
What laws must I be concerned about while driving from Florida to South Dakota?
All states along your route, with the exclusion of Illinois, recognize a Florida Weapons Permit. However, depending on what state you are in you may have different rules on storing it in your car. For example in Texas you cannot openly display your gun in your car. In Georgia you can openly carry it in your car without a permit. Visit the states websites along your route for specific laws on storage. As far as carrying, conceal carry at all times and you will be fine on that.
I got a felony in North Carolina,I live in phoenix Arizona, how do I get my gun rights to own in Arizona?
Thanks for your feedback. We have updated the map to reflect this based on the following information -- http://www.doj.state.wi.us/dles/cib/ConcealedCarry/reciprocity.asp. Thanks again for your feedback.
Utah honors all other States permits regardless if that state honors Utah's. The dialog is wrong. You don't need "Formal Reciprocity".