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The LEOSA applies to the U.S. and it's possessions, which include Puerto Rico.

But PR seems to have a very anti-gun attitude, and I'm wondering if anyone has experience actually carrying down there or interacting with the police.

We might try a few weeks there during the winter, I'm under retired LEOSA.
 

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The LEOSA applies to the U.S. and it's possessions, which include Puerto Rico.

But PR seems to have a very anti-gun attitude, and I'm wondering if anyone has experience actually carrying down there or interacting with the police.

We might try a few weeks there during the winter, I'm under retired LEOSA.
I haven't but a good friend/former co-worker and another retired cop he was with carried in PR a few years ago after signing of LEOSA. He said he had no problems. He had called someone in a govt office (I don't know which office) in PR prior to going and told as long as he had proper ID that he'd have no problems.
 

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Not PR, but some years ago I contacted the Police Commissioner of the US Virgin Islands about LEOSA. No problem there either.
 
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The LEOSA applies to the U.S. and it's possessions, which include Puerto Rico.

But PR seems to have a very anti-gun attitude, and I'm wondering if anyone has experience actually carrying down there or interacting with the police.

We might try a few weeks there during the winter, I'm under retired LEOSA.
I lived there for over 25 years. It's rapidly becoming a dump, sorry to say. All the professionals are leaving.....
 
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