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  1. #11
    Link works for me?

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    It wasn't working when it was pointed at the press release page. working now.

  4. #13
    While it's not 'official' yet there appears to be a credible source stating it's a done deal.

    Link to Arizona Citizens Defense League facebook page. The second post is a good read. I know that many in California have flooded AZ DPS with applications since this information was made available.

    Arizona Citizens Defense League, Inc. | Facebook

    Only time will tell if it was a well spent $60.00

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    Yes, July 1st 2011
    The Second Amendment is not about Hunting!!
    When the Government is afraid of of it's People, This LIBERTY
    When the People are afraid of the government, That is TYRANNY

  7. #16
    This the third time I have heard this rumor. Hoping it's true - Vegas is going to feel a whole lot safer next time I visit with my good friend, Sig.

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    Did you follow the link in Post 14?

  9. This is a good source to verify the rumor:


  10. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by jlew View Post
    If I'm not mistaken, Nevada honors Cali CCW.
    Not true, but even if there are other states that claim to honor CA permits, CA permits are virtually impossible to verify in the field, as there is no central database, so it doesn't really matter.
    Billy

  11. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by rhymes View Post
    I've got a Calif. resident CCW, and Utah non-resident permit.... Arizona is allowed for my to CCW with those permits. Wonder if that would mean I'd be legal to carry in Nevada? Reno's our "Big City", and it'd be nice to be able to carry there...
    Definitely not! Buuuuut, your other permits will qualify for the training/experience requirement for the AZ permit. So, it would cost you $82 for the first 5 years.
    Billy

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