Traveler's Guide to the Firearm Laws of the Fifty States

Changes to 2018 Edition’s Conditional Reciprocity List

  (Last update 6/1/18 — Next update 7/1/18)

  (for immediate updates – use contact information in 2018 Edition)

 

Colorado

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Delaware

(Kansas added as recognized state – 3/1/18)

 

Florida

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Georgia

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Louisiana

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Maine

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Minnesota

West Virginia added as recognized state – 4/1/18
Nevada dropped from recognition – 4/1/18

 

Montana

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Nebraska

(no changes from 2018 Edition)
Clarification: South Dakota permit is NOT recognized unless it is “enhanced”

 

Nevada

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

New Hampshire

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

New Mexico

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

North Dakota

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Pennsylvania

Alabama added as recognized state – 5/1/18
Idaho (enhanced permits only) added as recognized state – 05/1/18
Virginia dropped from recognition – 5/16/18
Beginning May 1, only out-of-state permittees who are residents of the state issuing the permit and are at least 21 years old will be recognized

 

South Carolina

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Texas

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Washington

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

West Virginia

Montana added as recognized state – 4/1/18

 

Wisconsin

(no changes from 2018 Edition)

 

Wyoming

(no changes from 2018 Edition)