Connecticut Concealed Carry Permit Reciprocity Map
All about Connecticut, Permits, and Conceal Carrying a Weapon Below.
Connecticut CCW Reciprocity State Info
Connecticut Reciprocity, CT Honors these permits:
Connecticut does not honor permits from any other states.
Connecticut Concealed Weapons Permits are honored in These States:
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin
No Permit Needed States
The following states have permitless carry which allows anyone that can legally possess a firearm carry conceal: Alaska, Arizona, Kansas, Maine, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, Vermont and West Virginia. Some restrictions may apply. Check each state for its own restrictions.
No Permit Carry Needed, With Restrictions
Idaho, North Dakota, and Wyoming Residents are allowed to Concealed Carry without a permit.
Connecticut Conceal Carry Permits not Honored in these states:
NOT Honored by These States: California, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, New York City, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Washington, Wyoming.
Connecticut Conceal Carry Permit Information
Where to Apply for a Connecticut Conceal Carry Permit and steps to apply
Concealed carry permits/licenses are issued by the Connecticut State Police.
Follow these steps to procure a permit
- Complete a handgun safety course. Only the NRA’s basic pistol course is accepted.
- Download the application (DPS-799-C) under the FORMS tab.
- You will need the following documents;
- Two fingerprint cards
- Two copies of your birth certificate or passport
- Firearms training certificate if you are a resident of Connecticut
- Residents apply to the Police Department or First Selectman of the town
- Non-residents apply directly to the Connecticut State Police, Special Licensing and Firearms Unit.
- Submit fingerprints for a criminal history check through a law enforcement agency
- Upon approval, the local authority will issue a Temporary State Permit effective for 60 days.
- You will need a second application (DPS -46-C) which differs from the first and is not available online. Call (860) 685-8290 to have an application sent to you.
- Within the 60 day period, go to a DESPP, Division of State Police, pistol permit location and submit the following;
- The Temporary State Permit to Carry Pistols and Revolvers issued by the local authority;
- A completed Application for State Permit to Carry Pistols and Revolvers (DPS-46-C);
- $70.00 fee, payable to Treasurer, State of Connecticut;
- Proof you are legally and lawfully in the United States (e.g., certified copy of birth certificate, U.S. passport.
- Proof of valid state issued photo identification c
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