They are stupid.
This is a discussion on Get a Florida Permit to Carry in Delaware? within the Delaware Discussion and Firearm News forums, part of the Firearms Discussion by State category; As I understand it Delaware is a Restrictive May-Issue state. However, it does honor the FL non-resident permit. Since there ...
As I understand it Delaware is a Restrictive May-Issue state. However, it does honor the FL non-resident permit.
Since there is a way to get around the restrictive May-Issue law via the FL nonres permit, why doesn't DE just go Shall-Issue?
They are stupid.
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I have a Florida permit and am planning to head up to Delaware for the weekend. I can't find anything that clearly states the laws about where I can and can't carry, ie restaurants, parks etc... I'm hoping to camp, and am always armed when I'm out in the woods. Any info on the laws? Thanks!
I've filled in all the squares and start my Delaware ccw class today. BEFORE I do my application , does anybody know if there's any particular verbage (reason-you-want -a-CCW-permit) that goes over better on the form ? Thanks all !
The folks at this forum - Delaware Open Carry - are very helpful. Don't let the title of Open Carry dissuade you from asking...many have CCW permits are very knowledgeable.
Here is another forum - Delaware Concealed Carry - not as much traffic on this forum as the other, but they are nice, helpful folks.
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