I have my CHL, now what are the laws when we move to Arkansas? New test and everything?
Utah concealed firearm permit. Utah is also on the AR reciprocity list. Also keep in mind that the requirement to have a AR CHL is an administrative requirement by AR SP, it has not been codified in AR state law. You do run the risk of being the judicial test case if you elect to carry on a reciprocal CCW after getting an AR DL.What is a UT CFP ? 120 days is a long time....Can you have a gun in your car without a CCW.
All States require you to go through the background checks all over again. It is not like transferring a DL. It's also not cheap when I renew mine. Fortunately the only two I have that I'm renewing that require fingerprinting are FL and NV. The only States that give you a break some break on issuance time, training, qualification or fees are AR and TN.In looking into all this, why does AR require me to go through background checks
I would get a FL or possibly UT if that's feasible and carry on that until your AR CHL arrives and keep a very low profile.Thanks for your advice on this. Not being to carry for up to (4) months is the worst part, I can live with the fees.. I'm not going to get my Tx. plates/drivers lic. switched over till Jan. I have some time before I have to surrender my CHL. I, like you don't understand why I can't use my Tx. CHL till I get my Ar. CCW.
Who told you that? AR does not reciprocity with NH. See the AR SP reciprocity page.Could he not also get a NH out of state permit? AR Honors Our permits. NH also does not do finger printing and you do not need training to get one. Turn around time is about a month some times less.
Here's the Link Removed where the error perpetuated from.Well then one of them must be out dated. Going off US CARRY'S map. ( I click on my state NH and all the Blue states come up) That state is on the list that honors NH Permits. When i Click on AR NH is red we do not honor there Permits.
Honors NH Permit:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Carolina, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Wyoming