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CWL question...

Discussion in 'New England Colonial Club' started by MRusso39, Mar 22, 2008.

  1. MRusso39

    MRusso39

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    Feb 10, 2008
    Palm Beach
    I live in Florida and have a Concealed Weapons License there. I'm from Mass originally and go back up to Boston quite often. Does anybody know what I would have to do to get a CWL in Mass too for when I visit? Can you have 1 in 2 different states? Florida has a reciprocating agreement with about 24 states, but Mass isn't one of them. NH is, but that doesn't really help. Any information or advice would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. cahilj

    cahilj

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    Nov 6, 2007
    MA, yes it sucks
    From the NRA-ILA website-

    http://www.nraila.org/recmap/massachusettsrec.pdf

    You need to contact the FRB to apply. At $100/year, its not really worth it in my opinion, unless you come up here quite often. You can have as many permits as you qualify for (ex- some states do not issue non resident permits, or only for specific reasons such as employment, etc). Its a good plan to have as many as you can get, or as many as you feel you need.
     


  3. lens

    lens

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    Nov 24, 2005
    Northeast
    To even possess a gun, ammo/components or OC in MA you will need a NR LTC (Felony if caught without the LTC). Not difficult to get, just expensive at $100/year.