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Nebraska/New Jersey – Nebraska will no longer honor the New Jersey Permit to carry. Not sure why they dropped them. https://statepatrol.nebraska.gov/services/concealed-handgun-permits/nebraska-reciprocity

Tennessee now has a two tier permit system. They changed the name of their regular permit to Enhanced Permit and now issue a “Concealed Only Permit” that doesn’t allow for open carry, is cheaper and takes less training. This permit will not be honored in as many states as their Enhanced Permit. North Dakota and Nebraska have already stated they would not honor the Tennessee Concealed Permit. https://www.tn.gov/safety/tnhp/handgun/apply.html

Connecticut’s Office of Legislative Research has put out a Summary of State Gun Laws. It is very comprehensive and has links to all the relevant laws coving each section. For Connecticut residents it is a must read to keep up with all the laws you must abide by.
https://www.cga.ct.gov/2020/rpt/pdf/2020-R-0025.pdf

Politics - Seems there are more anti-gun bills being introduced in state legislatures this year than I can ever remember. It also seems to me there are more and more anti gun politicians. We all need to contact our state/national reps and voice our opinions on bills we like or don’t like.
Links to all state Legislatures can be found at https://www.congress.gov/state-legislature-websites

www.handgunlaw.us – February 6, 2006 Handgunlaw.us came online. We are now in our 14th year of supplying carry information on all the states. The above changes will be updated on Handgunlaw.us late this evening or early tomorrow.
 

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NJ is a “may “ issue state. That means that they will not issue a carry permit unless you’re a LEO or armored car guard on duty, a judge or high ranking politician. The effect is that virtually no one gets a carry permit. Period!
 

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NJ is a “may “ issue state. That means that they will not issue a carry permit unless you’re a LEO or armored car guard on duty, a judge or high ranking politician. The effect is that virtually no one gets a carry permit. Period!
I have addressed this with Gary before as I believe NJ is a "rights restricted" state for the very reasons you have spelled out.
He said that handgunlaw.us categorizes the state as the law is written. NJ's law is written that its a "may issue" state.
He's correct that the law is written that way but in reality its a rights restricted state. There's no way you or I are getting a concealed carry permit.
 
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