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Old February 4th, 2020, 09:58 AM #11
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Have to be a resident of one of the reciprocity states. However, you can legally open carry (not that I recommend that) in Delaware without a permit.

So in your situation with the states listed you could not conceal your firearm while carrying it.
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Have to be a resident of one of the reciprocity states. However, you can legally open carry (not that I recommend that) in Delaware without a permit.


So in your situation with the states listed you could not conceal your firearm while carrying it.
Delaware is a pretty good state as far as open carry encounters. Not sure If your " not that i recommend that" comment is meant as, don't do that or as i am saying i am not recommending it, do so at your own discretion. I was in an accident in Delaware in 2018. He knew i was from MD, I informed him ( not law, just courtesy) i have a Florida permit, he said ok what happened in your accident.

You need to re-read this "Delaware recognizes licenses or permits to carry concealed deadly weapons issued by other states to the citizens of other states."

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Have to be a resident of one of the reciprocity states. However, you can legally open carry (not that I recommend that) in Delaware without a permit.

So in your situation with the states listed you could not conceal your firearm while carrying it.
Unless something has changed this isn't the case
There are only a few states that will not honor "3rd party" permits, PA, CO, and SC come to mind.
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One of the best and most informative sites is handgunlaw.us, but I recently found this site which lets you plug in the permits you have and tells you where you are legal.

https://www.concealedcarry.com/dynam...y-map-builder/

As always, double check ALL information before going anywhere, but Utah will cover you for Delaware. Plugging the information from the OP gives this result:
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Have to be a resident of one of the reciprocity states. However, you can legally open carry (not that I recommend that) in Delaware without a permit.

So in your situation with the states listed you could not conceal your firearm while carrying it.
This is incorrect information.

A MD resident with a UT NR permit can carry in DE. The MD resident having a MD permit or not makes no difference.
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Have to be a resident of one of the reciprocity states. However, you can legally open carry (not that I recommend that) in Delaware without a permit.

So in your situation with the states listed you could not conceal your firearm while carrying it.
Please cite the law. Someone a few years ago posted it on the AGs web site UNOFFICIALLY. But was taken down within a week.
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Have to be a resident of one of the reciprocity states. However, you can legally open carry (not that I recommend that) in Delaware without a permit.

So in your situation with the states listed you could not conceal your firearm while carrying it.
Nope. Utah NR is honored in DE.
At least the last time I checked.
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