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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by Jito463 on Yesterday at 12:43:04 PM »
How hard is it to get a Kansas non-resident CCP?  I checked USACarry.com, and they show that MN recognizes those, as does WA, DE and GA.  Whereas a MN CCP isnt recognized in any other state that doesn't currently accept an NE CCP (meaning the only change is that you can also carry in MN).
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by zofoman on Yesterday at 10:34:58 AM »
Nebraska Shooters teaches the Minnesota class. Then, you apply to the sheriff in any Minnesota county for a non-resident permit.

At Nebraska Shooters, if you already have a CCW, $20 gets you a NE refresher CCW course (you sit in on a regular NE CCW class) and you stay after for the additional Minnesota course....pretty sweet deal. Then you take your paperwork to a local MN Sheriff's office and drop another $50.  Once received, the office has 30 days to process the application.  A MN permit to carry is valid for five years.  A little planning is in order here, dont just show up in MN and expect to carry the same day you drop your paperwork off.  A nice little road trip just across the border will put you in business before you need it.   Love Minnesota....we go there for family vacations near the Canadian border.   
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by JMR on February 17, 2019, 11:14:47 PM »
We could have had National Reciprocity last Congressional Session, the House passed their bill. The Senate had a bill ready to go, but it was never brought tothe floor. Thank the Senate for screwing us, we had a full Republican Hand and couldn't get what we needed!!
That bill was killed when Fix NICS was attached to it, as it should have been. Fix NICS was attached and the reciprocity part was pretty much thrown out the window, we have the NRA to thank for that. They would have passed a reciprocity bill that didn’t give us reciprocity but instead gave us a Fix Nics Bill that would have allowed the government to spend more money, and potentially allow the government to deny gun purchases to more people.
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by Greybeard on February 17, 2019, 10:34:16 AM »
We could have had National Reciprocity last Congressional Session, the House passed their bill. The Senate had a bill ready to go, but it was never brought tothe floor. Thank the Senate for screwing us, we had a full Republican Hand and couldn't get what we needed!!
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by JMR on February 17, 2019, 02:29:31 AM »
I just quit going to MN. Born and raised there, lots of family, and they all know why I don’t visit them.
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by warren209 on February 16, 2019, 07:12:19 PM »
Nebraska Shooter's sight says that the certificate that they offer has to be presented in person to a sheriff's office in Minnesota.  This is exactly why we need a national reciprocity law!
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Events / Re: Fremont gun show. tomorrow!!!
« Last post by Lmbass14 on February 16, 2019, 07:03:01 PM »
No free samples. :-(
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by Jito463 on February 16, 2019, 06:57:16 PM »
And this is why we need a national reciprocity bill (or even better, national right to carry).
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General Firearm Discussion / Re: Minnesota Doesn't Honor Nebraska CCW's
« Last post by Kendahl on February 16, 2019, 05:07:53 PM »
Nebraska Shooters teaches the Minnesota class. Then, you apply to the sheriff in any Minnesota county for a non-resident permit.
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