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Old 02-13-2012, 02:43 PM
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Reciprocity and carrying to another state

I do not have my CCW (yet), class in another 2 weeks. A co-worker (has had his CCW for 4 years) and I were discussing, CCW and traveling. He says that even with a concealed carry permit and traveling to a state that has the Reciprocity with yours (NC in this case), you are supposed to "inform the state you are visiting or traveling to, through, etc.
Is this true?
If so, who/what agency do you inform?
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Old 02-14-2012, 05:45 AM
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If that's true, I don't do it . That may be true in certain states, but it doesn't look like it's a requirement

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You only have to let the officer know here if you get pulled over here.
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Old 02-14-2012, 06:06 AM
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right, you need to give the officer your CCW permit and your license and registration if you get pulled. I leave my hands on the steering wheel as he approaches and if I have had time, my license and CCW are in my lap visable. once I let him know I have a weapon in the car, and I have a CCW, then I give him the license and CCW. When a cop pulls you in NC, it shows on your tag(if the vehicle is registered to you) that you are a CCW permit holder. if you dont show them the permit, he can give you a ticket just for that.

but as far as notifying an agency of you traveling through or to the state, no, you dont have to do that.
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It does not show on the tag here, but it is in the database. My daughter is a Deputy and she says it comes up when she pulls your drivers license in Michigan. Not sure if out of state pop up. I guess it depends on the process in each state. They will write you a ticket if you don't tell them as soon as they walk up to your vehicle.
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When a cop pulls you in NC, it shows on your tag(if the vehicle is registered to you) that you are a CCW permit holder. if you dont show them the permit, he can give you a ticket just for that.
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Shows on your tag...Is there something different about the tag or just shows up when they "run the tag"?

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Old 02-14-2012, 05:36 PM
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The number is the same one that is on your drivers license. So, when the tag is registered to you, it shows up that way. For any vehicle that is registered to you.
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Thanks for info folks
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Some states do require you to check in and advise you are an out of stater and carrying. However there
Is a loophole and it does not say who to notify. I'm a cop in Georgia. I will tell you in the event you get stopped comply with all the officers requests. Even if you disagree with the stop that is for court. Keep your hands visible at all times. Advise the officer you have a ccw and IOU are armed. Without moving your hands tell him what type of weapon, I its loaded or not (my opinion if you are man enough to carry a gun it better be loaded or it's a waist of time) where it is located and if you have mot done so yet where your ccw is located. Then do as the officer tells you.
Be prepared to hand over the gun while the officer is there. As long as everything checks out you will get it back after the encounter.
Most officers are not worried about the legally carrying citizens. However the best way to avoid a confrontation is not to introduce yourself to the
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sorry, dont agree with that. if i'm lawfully carrying then my pistol is no different than a cell phone. would you sieze my phone during a stop?
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