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    I looked at the reciprocity info on this site for my UT non res permit and it says there that DC does honor it. However I saw on handgunlaws.us that DC does not honor anybody's permit and doesn't issue any. What gives?

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    DC is not part of the USA. Hence District of Columbia.Utah Reciprocity / Recognition | Yelp hope this link helps.

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    Never mind, either I am going crazy or the mods went real quick and fixed it in the map on this forum. It now lists DC as NOT honoring the UT permit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TT33 View Post
    DC is not part of the USA. Hence District of Columbia.Utah Reciprocity / Recognition | Yelp hope this link helps.
    And YES, DC is most certainly NOT part of the rest of the US, in many more ways then one.

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    Until the recent Heller Supreme Court decision, one needed a carry permit, which they basically did not issue, just to keep an unlocked and assembled firearm in one's home. Yikes!

    I initially thought that this restriction was due to the District of Comumbia not being a state (US territories pretty much are all quite restrictive with firearms), but D.C. allows gay marriage, so I deduct that restrictive gun laws are a choice like anywhere else, not some territorial excuse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jg1967 View Post
    And YES, DC is most certainly NOT part of the rest of the US, in many more ways then one.
    Now if I have ever seen one...Your reply IS loaded.
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