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  1. #71
    Well this should prove to be an interesting wait.


    Hopefully the accept permits from States that require BG checks.
    We shall see.

    Talk to you soon.
    " We came,We Saw,We kicked their asses and when the screaming stopped,the blood dried,the smoke cleared and the dust settled...PEACE WAS RESTORED"

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  3. There is no official reciprocity list yet but the DOJ says NOV 1st permit holders from these States can carry in Wisconsin.

    Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands

    Source here: WI Department of Justice - Law Enforcement Services

  4. #73
    South Carolina didn't make the list.

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    The following quote is from the Wisconsin DOJ page WI Department of Justice - Law Enforcement Services

    This list is current as of 10/26/11:

    Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington, Wyoming, Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands
    There has been several mentions in this thread of reciprocity. There are other ways 1 state can recognize the permits of another state that do not require a formal reciprocity document. Some states unilaterally recognize the permits of all other states.

    The Wisconsin permit of a Wisconsin resident is now valid in Colorado because Colorado has only one requirement to recognize the CCW permit of state X and that is that state X recognize the Colorado permit. This is a matter of Colorado statute, and the maintainer of the Colorado reciprocity page Colorado Department of Public Safety is on the ball and has been made aware of CO being listed by WI, so this page will soon have the WI entry updated to "yes".

  6. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis View Post
    The following quote is from the Wisconsin DOJ page WI Department of Justice - Law Enforcement Services



    There has been several mentions in this thread of reciprocity. There are other ways 1 state can recognize the permits of another state that do not require a formal reciprocity document. Some states unilaterally recognize the permits of all other states.

    The Wisconsin permit of a Wisconsin resident is now valid in Colorado because Colorado has only one requirement to recognize the CCW permit of state X and that is that state X recognize the Colorado permit. This is a matter of Colorado statute, and the maintainer of the Colorado reciprocity page Colorado Department of Public Safety is on the ball and has been made aware of CO being listed by WI, so this page will soon have the WI entry updated to "yes".
    PA is the same way...you recognize ours, we'll recognize yours....even without formal written agreement. I sent the PA AG an email when I saw PA was on the WI....PA AG updated the site accordingly. WI is Category 2...no written agreement. If a written agreement is done WI will bump up to Category 1.

    From what I heard FL is not on the list because they didn't submit the requested info to WI yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anubis View Post
    ...the maintainer of the Colorado reciprocity page Colorado Department of Public Safety is on the ball and has been made aware of CO being listed by WI, so this page will soon have the WI entry updated to "yes".
    The page has been updated to show that the Wisconsin CC permit of a Wisconsin resident is now recognized in Colorado.

  8. #77
    WI has added quite a few more states that they will allow to ccw. I'm glad they finally added IN.

  9. #78
    Quote Originally Posted by EATIII View Post
    WI has added quite a few more states that they will allow to ccw. I'm glad they finally added IN.
    They've even added NON RESIDENT VA...but not Resident.

  10. #79
    Non Resident VA was my doing. Im going to need someone to mail the WI DOJ about New Hampshire as well. They do the NICS check so they are acceptable to WI for reciprocity. I would really appreciate it if someone could mail that info to the WI DOJ.
    Thanks!

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  11. #80
    Quote Originally Posted by cortchubby View Post
    Non Resident VA was my doing. Im going to need someone to mail the WI DOJ about New Hampshire as well. They do the NICS check so they are acceptable to WI for reciprocity. I would really appreciate it if someone could mail that info to the WI DOJ.
    Thanks!

    ARMED IN CHICAGO
    Does VA go the NICS for NR but not for Residents? I know NR are issued by the state police but the statute sure sounds like it's still the same process.

    D. Any person 21 years of age or older may apply in writing to the clerk of the circuit court of the county or city in which he resides, or if he is a member of the United States Armed Forces, the county or city in which he is domiciled, for a five-year permit to carry a concealed handgun. There shall be no requirement regarding the length of time an applicant has been a resident or domiciliary of the county or city. The application shall be made under oath before a notary or other person qualified to take oaths and shall be made only on a form prescribed by the Department of State Police, in consultation with the Supreme Court, requiring only that information necessary to determine eligibility for the permit. The clerk shall enter on the application the date on which the application and all other information required to be submitted by the applicant is received. The court shall consult with either the sheriff or police department of the county or city and receive a report from the Central Criminal Records Exchange. As a condition for issuance of a concealed handgun permit, the applicant shall submit to fingerprinting if required by local ordinance in the county or city where the applicant resides and provide personal descriptive information to be forwarded with the fingerprints through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining criminal history record information regarding the applicant, and obtaining fingerprint identification information from federal records pursuant to criminal investigations by state and local law-enforcement agencies. However, no local ordinance shall require an applicant to submit to fingerprinting if the applicant has an existing concealed handgun permit issued pursuant to this section and is applying for a new five-year permit pursuant to subsection I.
    P1. Nonresidents of the Commonwealth 21 years of age or older may apply in writing to the Virginia Department of State Police for a five-year permit to carry a concealed handgun. Every applicant for a nonresident concealed handgun permit shall submit two photographs of a type and kind specified by the Department of State Police for inclusion on the permit and shall submit fingerprints on a card provided by the Department of State Police for the purpose of obtaining the applicant's state or national criminal history record. As a condition for issuance of a concealed handgun permit, the applicant shall submit to fingerprinting by his local or state law-enforcement agency and provide personal descriptive information to be forwarded with the fingerprints through the Central Criminal Records Exchange to the Federal Bureau of Investigation for the purpose of obtaining criminal history record information regarding the applicant and obtaining fingerprint identification information from federal records pursuant to criminal investigations by state and local law-enforcement agencies. The application shall be made under oath before a notary or other person qualified to take oaths on a form provided by the Department of State Police, requiring only that information necessary to determine eligibility for the permit.

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