Reciprocity Map

Utah Recognizes ALL States/Territories Permits/Licenses

Effective May 5th, 2021 anyone, resident or nonresident, at least 21 years old, and not a prohibited person as defined in 76-10-503 and 18 U.S.C. 922, can carry a fully loaded firearm concealed without a permit EXCEPT on any school premises or other State prohibited areas and Federal prohibited areas.

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States That Honor The
Utah “Standard” Permit

38
Standard Permit Holders Can Carry In
UTAH & ALL Green States/Territory

States That Honor The
Utah “Provisional” Permit

19
Provisional Permit Holders Can Carry In
UTAH
& Light Green States ONLY

States That Do Not
Honor Utah Permits

14
Utah Permit Holders CANNOT Carry In
Any Red Or Orange State
Orange states DO NOT recognize the Utah permits
but may issue a non-resident permit/license

A Utah concealed firearm permit does not supersede any other state’s requirements or laws
It is extremely important to be aware of ALL laws and requirements of the state you are visiting

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Currently, 37 other states/territories have reciprocity with the Utah standard permit which allows a person at least 21 years old to carry a concealed firearm.

These states are:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado*, Delaware, Florida*, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire*, North Carolina, North Dakota*, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania*, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming, and Puerto Rico**.

* Only recognize the Utah standard permit if you are a resident of Utah.
** Effective January 1st, 2020 For more information click here.

Currently, 19 other states have reciprocity with the provisional permit which allows an 18 year old to carry a concealed firearm.

These states are:
Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, North Dakota*, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Vermont, and Wyoming.

* Only recognize the Utah provisional permit if you are a resident of Utah.

There are currently 19 states that have Constitutional Carry. Anyone who can legally possess a firearm and meet the minimum age requirement may carry a concealed handgun in these states without a permit/license.

    • Must be at least 18 years old: Idaho, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, South Dakota, and Vermont
    • Must be at least 21 years old: Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas*, Iowa (Effective AFTER July 1, 2021), Kansas, Kentucky, Maine**, Oklahoma***, West Virginia****, and Utah
  • Must be a resident of their state: North Dakota, and Wyoming

* Arkansas: Any person 21 years of age or older who can legally possess a firearm OR those who are 18 years of age or older who are Active Military, National Guard, Reserve, or Honorably Discharged Veterans.

** Maine: Any person 21 years of age or older who
can legally possess a firearm OR those who are 18 years of age or older who are Active Duty /Retired Military/Honorably Discharged Veteran.

*** Oklahoma: Any person 21 years of age or older who can legally possess a firearm OR those who are 18 years of age or older who are Active Military, National Guard, Reserve, or Honorably Discharged Veterans.

**** West Virginia: Any person 21 years of age or older who
can legally possess a firearm OR those who are 18 years of age or older who are Active Duty Military, National Guard, or Reserve.

Standard Permit Provisional Permit
State Recognition Status Home State Permit Required to apply for Utah permit Home State Permit NOT Required to apply for a Utah permit Home State Permit Required to apply for a Utah permit Home State Permit NOT Required to apply for a Utah permit
Alabama Both
Alaska Standard Only
Arizona Standard Only
Arkansas Both
California Neither
Colorado Standard Only
Connecticut Neither
Delaware Standard Only
Florida Standard Only
Georgia Both
Hawaii Neither
Idaho Both
Illinois Neither
Indiana Both
Iowa Standard Only
Kansas Standard Only
Kentucky Standard Only
Louisiana Standard Only
Maine Both
Maryland Neither
Massachusetts Neither
Michigan Both
Minnesota Neither
Mississippi Both
Missouri Both
Montana Both
Nebraska Standard Only
Nevada Both
New Hampshire Standard Only
New Jersey Neither
New Mexico Neither
New York Neither
North Carolina Both
North Dakota Both
Ohio Both
Oklahoma Both
Oregon Neither
Pennsylvania Standard Only
Rhode Island Neither
South Carolina Neither
South Dakota Both
Tennessee Both
Texas Standard Only
Utah
Vermont Both
Virginia Standard Only
Washington Standard Only
West Virginia Standard Only
Wisconsin Standard Only
Wyoming Both
District of Columbia Neither

Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) website

Currently, 14 states Do Not recognize the Utah permits.

These states are California, Connecticut*, Hawaii, Illinois, Oregon, Maryland*, Massachusetts*, Minnesota*, New Jersey*, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island*, South Carolina*, and Washington D.C*.

* It may be possible for a Utah resident to obtain a non-resident permit/license from a state listed above which would allow you to carry a concealed firearm within that state. All information to obtain these state’s non-resident permit/license is provided below.

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Carry In Minnesota And/Or New Mexico

NOTE: To carry a concealed firearm in Minnesota and/or New Mexico, you can obtain a nonresident permit/license from a different state, even though the state already recognizes the Utah permit.
• Minnesota & New Mexico = Idaho “Enhanced” Concealed Weapon License
• Minnesota = Nevada Concealed Firearm Permit
• New Mexico (EASIEST) =
Arizona Concealed Weapon Permit

We provide the Arizona permit packet for FREE. Contact us today!
(we charge $10 to complete the fingerprints)

Arizona

Idaho

Nevada

Connecticut

Maryland

Massachusetts

Minnesota

New Jersey

Rhode Island

South Carolina

Washington D.C.

Overview As Of March 31st, 2021
view statistics on BCI website

 

Standard Permit Valid For 5 Years
728,291 Total Valid Permits
297,621 Permit Holders Are Utah Residents
430,670 Permit Holders Are Non-Residents

Provisional Permit Valid Until 21st Birthday
3,844 Total Valid Provisional Permits
3,743 Provisional Permit Holders Are Utah Residents
101 Provisional Permit Holders Are Non-Residents