North caroline has no such restrictions. Whatever you want to carry as a sidearm, however CCP'S do NOT cover anything except a type of firearm.
You may also qualify with whatever you want to and then carry whatever you wish.
What does your state say?
Harry Callahan "A man has got to know his limitations".
Teddy Roosevelt "Talk soft carry a big stick"
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I am a "Super Gun Owner" and I can carry whichever one I choose or all of them at the same time.
"You can do it your own way, if it's done just how I say."
Florida has no restrictions but when we lived in Nevada (15 years ago) our permits *were* tied to specific guns. There we needed to "qualify" (at least show we knew how to work the gun) for whatever guns we wanted to have on the permit (which was a PITA).
SO nice nowadays not to have to worry. However, I don't know that Nevada has kept this requirement (like I say, a long time ago, back when CC permits were first being issued and, I believe, even before Florida was a shall issue state).
Mike "ex-genius" Kelley
My California CCW is tied to a maximum of 3 specific weapons. This is a limitation set at the state level, if I recall.
The Sheriff in each county has discretion on how and he issues permits. Where I live, the Sheriff restricts the 3 weapons further by having them inspected to ensure that their function have not been modified from their stock form. No trigger jobs. Aftermarket sights and grips are ok.
You then have to qualify with each of the weapons listed on your CCW at issuance and at renewal.
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Not in Arkansas. You can carry any handgun you want.
The only caveat in Arkansas is that if you shoot your CHL qualification with a revolver, you are only authorized to carry revolvers, and that restriction is noted on your license. If you shoot with a semiauto, you can carry any type.
(So there's basically no reason to every qualify with just a revolver. Borrow a semiauto, if you need to.)
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Ugh. What ignorant moron makes up these juvenile laws?
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The state I live in now does not, but when I lived in the people's republic of Western NY, they did.
Any pistol you carried had to be listed on the back of the permit. And there wasn't any transferring into the state without a FFL involved.
So if your dad, for instance, gave you a legacy pistol it had to be transferred/shipped to a NY FFL and you had to pay fees and have a background check done, then get a slip which you took to the judge's office, they gave you approval and you went back and finally got the pistol. Amazingly complicated.
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coffee, and sarcasm.
Free to carry any handgun or multiple handguns here in utah. I regularly alternate between a g19, g34, g20 or shield 9mm
Not here in Oregon. Once you get the license you can carry anything you like.
No restrictions here.
No restriction in MN
The psychology of these sorts of things is interesting. The desire for power over others is by far the most common human motivation.
Restrictions make those who can enforce them and those who support the restrictions feel they have a degree of power over others even if they are otherwise weak and powerless. “I can’t stop them from being able to have weapons, but I can make it less convenient,” and so whenever looser laws are proposed, there’s always someone trying to tighten them up in some way.
“Most men … can seldom accept the simplest and most obvious truth if it … would oblige them to admit the falsity of conclusions … which they have woven, thread by thread, into the fabrics of their lives.”
— Leo Tolstoy
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Pretty much the same as Aeteocles.
The the license states the make, model, caliber of each gun that you can carry (up to 3 for me).
I have heard other counties having a higher limit than 3 guns though.
They never even looked at my weapons. As long as I qualified with them, and the instructor signs off my training papers, it's GTG.
One thing the Sheriff states regarding the type of gun, is that it must be centerfire.
As for changing the guns listed, we would either wait until its time to renew (every 2 years), and qualify with different guns when you turn in your papers, or you can take another CCW class with the new gun, and pay a fee to have your license updated and re-issued.
|To Do What is |
Right and Just
No restrictions here in PA. Even NFA firearms are covered by our LTCF when it comes to concealing or in the car. Go figure you cant have a long gun loaded in the car though. Apparently that stems from our backward ass, slack jawed, hunting laws.
Not here in Idaho. And no restrictions for the constitutional carry.
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with the Weather.
My duty gun is a S&W M&P9.
My backup is a ruger LCR
I rarely carry one without the other. So I am administratively tied to those two.
I could carry something else with range master approval. Due to the way I shoot this is simply a phone call no need to qual with it.
But then of course I might be a 13 year old girl who reads alot of gun magazines, so feel free to disregard anything I post.
The confirms I made a smart decision when I left NY 30+ years ago.
It has to do with spotlighting deer, most likely.
Some days, it's just not worth the effort of chewing through the leather straps.
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on yo head
Well, it has to be a pistol, no rifles, switchblades or nunchucks, god dammit...
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