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  1. #31
    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    Marketing your classes is one thing...but to give false information in the process in order to get more business?

    I took the class with Greg Brown of Team-Life...It was $100 in January.
    True. He also made it sound like trainers are rare you won't have decent reciprocity if you don't get a Florida permit...and a Virginia permit.....and a Utah permit, because states may quickly revoke reciprocity agreements. I know that Nevada reciprocity has recently changed for the negative, but that Iowa will change for the positive in 2011, due to improvements in their law.

    It looks like Team life has used Classic Pistol for their range, which was actually the last place my brother and I went to for target practice. The other option I have found for a Utah permit is JS Holsters in Easton. It looks like $100 is the best price in this area. I'll have to decide when I catch up on my bills if I want to go your route with the basic training and the AZ permit, or a Utah course/permit. An employee at Classic pistol was telling me that like Arizona, many states will accept a generalized training course.

    Peace!

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  3. #32
    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    True. He also made it sound like trainers are rare you won't have decent reciprocity if you don't get a Florida permit...and a Virginia permit.....and a Utah permit, because states may quickly revoke reciprocity agreements. I know that Nevada reciprocity has recently changed for the negative, but that Iowa will change for the positive in 2011, due to improvements in their law.

    It looks like Team life has used Classic Pistol for their range, which was actually the last place my brother and I went to for target practice. The other option I have found for a Utah permit is JS Holsters in Easton. It looks like $100 is the best price in this area. I'll have to decide when I catch up on my bills if I want to go your route with the basic training and the AZ permit, or a Utah course/permit. An employee at Classic pistol was telling me that like Arizona, many states will accept a generalized training course.

    Peace!

    Jason (JS) comes highly recommended as an instructor. I never really looked into him because he is in Easton.

    NRA Basic....or even the free PA Hunter Safety course would be accepted by FL and AZ....more options there.

  4. #33
    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    Jason (JS) comes highly recommended as an instructor. I never really looked into him because he is in Easton.

    NRA Basic....or even the free PA Hunter Safety course would be accepted by FL and AZ....more options there.
    Thank you for all of this information. I really appreciate it!
    The hunter safety course sounds interesting, although I don't own a hunting rifle!

  5. #34
    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    Thank you for all of this information. I really appreciate it!
    The hunter safety course sounds interesting, although I don't own a hunting rifle!
    I dont' either...and have no plans on hunting...but I still want to take the class.

  6. #35
    Quote Originally Posted by father-of-three View Post
    Welcome Newt! As my former neighbor Mrjam2jab put it, Utah, Florida, or Arizona (have to take the course in AZ) will give you reciprocity for Ohio. Just be careful as different states tend to have slight variations as to where you can and can't carry. For example, Arkansas prohibits carry in churches. Some states prohibit carry in bars, but PA will allow it....if you don't drink alcohlol!

    At least there's hope for folks in western Pennsylvania when crossing the border. I'm in the eastern part of the state, 45 minutes from un-gun-friendly New Jersekstan, with New York up top and Maryland down below! Except for a few miles of Maryland, the I-81 corridor going south is PA permit friendly!

    I was considering a Utah or Florida permit, but the only state I travel to is New Jersey, so it wouldn't help me. I do carry a 3/4 ounce pepper spray, which is the largest size the restrictive garden state allows.
    You might want to do a little more research... there is NO prohibition on taking a drink in PA while carrying. In fact, Im a regular OC'r in PA and have on many occasions had a beer while carrying. While I dont condone it (albeit Ive done it discretely), you are absolutely allowed (meaning that its NOT prohibited by statue) to be in a bar and consume while carrying. As always, use common sense and good judgment... If your involved in an incident with a firearm and you've been consuming, realize the extra scrutiny that you'll face (and the potential legal implications).

  7. #36
    Quote Originally Posted by /dev/null View Post
    You might want to do a little more research... there is NO prohibition on taking a drink in PA while carrying. In fact, Im a regular OC'r in PA and have on many occasions had a beer while carrying. While I dont condone it (albeit Ive done it discretely), you are absolutely allowed (meaning that its NOT prohibited by statue) to be in a bar and consume while carrying. As always, use common sense and good judgment... If your involved in an incident with a firearm and you've been consuming, realize the extra scrutiny that you'll face (and the potential legal implications).
    True. It's just not a good scenario to be in, in my opinion, especially for the scrutiny factor you mentioned, let alone trying to be discreet with a visible weapon in front of others who may be way past one drink. I don't frequent many bars, but I see on a weekly basis the out of control drinkiers the police bring to the hospital where I work.

    Peace!

  8. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by c.mcgillsr View Post
    I have a Massachsetts Resident Class A No restrictions, A Rhode Island non resident pistol permit.
    How was the RI to get ?

    I have MA Resident Class A Unrestricted, Utah Non-Resident, NH Non-Resident, ME is in process and got the Application for CT the day after I called for it. Will be sending that in just after the 1st of the year

  9. I have 3

    UT
    OR (needed sinse im on the border of Washington and Oregon)
    and WA

    Im pretty well covered everywhere I travel.

  10. #39
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    We both just have the Arizona permit.

  11. SC, NH, PA, and FL. Last count, I was good for 33 states. I was a charter pilot and flew all over the country. When able, I took my guns and looked for a good pistol match when staying over the weekend. Since I am retired now, I will probably let my FL permit expire. It used to be one of the best ones but NH and PA have caught up except for Washington State and Delaware which I don't think I'll ever need.

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