I know North Carolina doesn't issue non-resident concealed handgun permits. However, I can't find anything in the law that says a valid permit would be suspended or revoked if you move out of state. If you move, you do have to notify the issuing sheriff within 30 days, but there doesn't seem to be a requirement in the law to pay the fee to get a duplicate permit with your new address. I also don't see any requirement to notify the sheriff in your new county if someone moved from Raleigh to Chapel Hill, for example. Has anyone moved out of state and notified the sheriff and was able to keep their North Carolina concealed handgun permit? Has anyone moved between counties inside North Carolina? How did that work? Did you have to do anything more than file the change of address? Obviously, you would have to renew in your new county when the license expired, but if you're early in the five year period that could be a while. Thanks for any first hand knowledge. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!