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Old March 3rd, 2018, 06:15 PM #1
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UTAH VS FORIDA NON RESIDENT PERMIT?

It seems like reciprocity changes so much , what are the current accepting states of these permits for non resident? is there an advantage to one over the other? I currently have a maryland carry as well, THANKS
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The only non resident FL takes is FL.
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The only non resident FL takes is FL.
Then no way to carry in Florida unless you are resident? just trying to see which is better Utah or Florida
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Fla is shall issue and does issue to non-residents. Fla and Utah non-res are both honored in over 30+ states but you might want to check to see which one would benefit you most by where you are looking to carry.

https://www.usacarry.com/concealed_c...city_maps.html
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http://handgunlaw.us/states/USStates...orMyPermit.pdf

http://handgunlaw.us/states/florida.pdf

http://handgunlaw.us/states/utah.pdf

There's a lot of overlap between FL and UT but if you want to carry in FL, and aren't a resident, then you need the FL non-resident permit.
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Then no way to carry in Florida unless you are resident? just trying to see which is better Utah or Florida
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Utah will.be much cheaper than a Florida permit!
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Utah has the majority and Fl adds a couple more.
Get em both, it can’t hurt .... jmho
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Then no way to carry in Florida unless you are resident? just trying to see which is better Utah or Florida
You can only carry in FL on a FL NR permit. FL does not recognize NR permits from any state.

FL also requires live fire. (Except Hunter Safety). UT does not, but requires a UT certified class.
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