MULTI STATE Non Resident LICENSE Course
MA, UT, FL, CT, ME, NH
Carry in 39 states
Total Class Cost: $240
$40 Down Payment
Who Should Take The Multi License Course?
Maximize Your Carry Potential & Carry-In 39 States! Only At Boston Firearms!
A firearms license won’t do you much good if it’s not valid once you cross another state’s border. If you want the ability to protect yourself and your family in several states, here are the steps you should take.
So how can you legally carry a firearm in 39 states?
In order to carry a firearm in 39 states you need to take a Multi-License course. Our Multi-License course covers 6 state firearm licenses (MA, UT, FL, CT, ME, NH) This course will qualify you for your MA resident or non residen license.
BLUE = Your Licenses Allow Reciprocity
RED = Your Licenses Are Not Accepted By State
Class Cost: $240 ($40 Today For Reservation)
Our 39 State Multi License Course Includes A FREE Live Fire Training.
IMPORTANT: Connecticut, & Florida Licenses require Live Fire in order to apply for your license. Classes that do not include Live Fire will not qualify you for your license. Beware of courses that do not use Live Fire training.
Q: What If I Already Have My MA LTC?
Q: When Do The Classes Take Place And Where?
Q: What States Does This Course Allow Me To Carry?
A: If you apply for all 6 state licenses the reciprocity will allow you to carry in 39 states.
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming
Q: Do I Have To Get All 6 Licenses? What If I Just Want 1 or 2?
Q: Maine Is Constitutional Carry Do I Still Need To Apply There?
- Acadia National Park (Maine Permit required; 12 M.R.S. §756)
- State Parks (Permit required; open carry not permitted; 12 M.R.S. § 1803(7))
- Regular archery hunting-deer only (Permit required; 12 MRS § 11403)
- Employees’ vehicles on work premises (Permit required; vehicle must be locked and firearm must not be visible; 26 M.R.S. §600)
- Within 1000’ of a School Zone (Permit required; 18 U.S.C. § (2)(B)(ii)
We still reccommend getting your license.
Q: License Disqualifiers?
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