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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by Snap E Tom » Sat Apr 23, 2011 9:53 am

It might also be useful to note on there the states that we do not share reciprocity, but offer non-residdent CCW's. Washington and Oregon come to mind.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by Jumping Frog » Sat Apr 23, 2011 8:26 pm

chamberc wrote:Ditto that... I really want reciprocity with Ohio and don't understand why we don't have it.
Texas requires other states to perform an FBI criminal background check (NICS) as part of issuing a license for Texas to recognize that state's license.

Ohio performs an Ohio BCI (state-level) background check for applicants who have lived in Ohio for more than 5 years, and only requires an FBI check if the person has lived out of state within the last 5 years. So Texas won't recognize Ohio.

Ohio's law requires a reciprocity agreement instead of unilateral recognition. So basically< Ohio says if Texas won't recognize Ohio, then Ohio won't recognize Texas.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by superchief » Thu Jun 23, 2011 9:59 pm

Is there a web site that maintains a map (like above) in a power point or jpg format?

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Post by Keith B » Fri Jun 24, 2011 7:19 am

superchief wrote:Is there a web site that maintains a map (like above) in a power point or jpg format?
That map is a .jpg file. If you are running windows you can save it to your computer by right-clicking the map and choosing the 'Save Picture As' option. I would suggest you ask permission of the OP to use this for anything other than personal use though (like for use in a CHL class presentation.)
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Post by Teamless » Fri Jun 24, 2011 7:42 am

go to http://www.handgunlaw.us" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; and the map there is interactive as well.
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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by dicion » Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:29 pm

Might want to add Nevada with an Arizona Non-resident permit

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Post by boba » Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:44 pm

dicion wrote:Might want to add Nevada with an Arizona Non-resident permit

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How about adding Nevada with a Nevada non-resident permit.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by AggieMM » Thu Jun 30, 2011 2:49 pm

dicion wrote:Might want to add Nevada with an Arizona Non-resident permit

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Reading the site, with an non-resident Arizona CCW, looks like you gain NV, OH, and WV over the Texas reciprocity agreements. Is that correct? I will look into updating the image.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by texastactical » Wed Aug 24, 2011 4:36 pm

Great Job Ryan!!!
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Post by AggieMM » Thu Aug 25, 2011 11:17 am

Thanks Mike.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by PracticalTactical » Mon Sep 19, 2011 10:46 pm

Quick map correction needed:

Arizona has an age 21 requirement. They'll take the TX permit (and all others, plus they have constitutional carry), but AZ law stipulates that nobody under age 21 can carry concealed (but they can open carry), even if they have a permit from another state.

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You might also add Arizona to the map as a good additional permit. All they require is a copy of a TX CHL, fingerprints and $60 fee. You get it back in 7-10 days. Above what you get with a Texas CHL, it adds Nevada, West Virginia and Ohio. It's popular now because it's a good way to carry in Vegas LOL.

You might also want to add a bubble to states that require a resident CHL (so people with non-resident Texas license don't think you can carry there). This includes Colorado, Florida, Michigan, New Hampshire and South Carolina.

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by Charles L. Cotton » Tue Sep 20, 2011 11:22 am

Keith B wrote:
superchief wrote:Is there a web site that maintains a map (like above) in a power point or jpg format?
That map is a .jpg file. If you are running windows you can save it to your computer by right-clicking the map and choosing the 'Save Picture As' option. I would suggest you ask permission of the OP to use this for anything other than personal use though (like for use in a CHL class presentation.)
Keith is right; please get Ryan's permission to use it. At least one other Texas website is using it and erroneously gives handgunlaw.us credit for it! That's rather disappointing since the map has Ryan's copyright information and URL. :nono:

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by AggieMM » Tue Sep 20, 2011 12:24 pm

PracticalTactical - Thanks for the information. I fixed the 21+ on AZ, and added Arizona to the Non-Res list. Been needing to do add AZ to the Non-res list for some time, so thanks for reminding me. :tiphat:

Charles - Bummer about people stealing our work. The people on this forum work very hard to help me keep the information up-to-date..... :mad5

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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by USMC-COL » Tue Oct 25, 2011 11:35 pm

For Info: As of Nov 1, 2011, we can start carrying in Wisconsin. Wisconsin's new law takes effect Nov 1 and it will have reciprocity with 25 states (including Texas).
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Re: Reciprocity Map

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Post by AggieMM » Wed Oct 26, 2011 7:08 am

It looks like it is one-way for now, as Texas doesn't recognize Wisconsin yet, but I assume our AG will fix that at some point.

I have the map ready, just waiting for Nov 1 to push the update. :cool:

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