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Good article...thanks 3T !!

Tip 1: Check your new state’s concealed carry reciprocity with your old state.

Tip 2: Check your new state’s training requirements.

Tip 3: Check your new state’s firearms restrictions.

Tip 4: Check to see if you need to register your guns.

Tip 5: Check to see if your new state even allows you to own your current pistol.
 

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Good article...thanks 3T !!

Tip 1: Check your new state’s concealed carry reciprocity with your old state.

Tip 2: Check your new state’s training requirements.

Tip 3: Check your new state’s firearms restrictions.

Tip 4: Check to see if you need to register your guns.

Tip 5: Check to see if your new state even allows you to own your current pistol.
And if there's a problem with tips 3-5 find another State to move to ;) :D .
 

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Good post with one exception. In Illinois you do not have to register your firearms with a F.O.I.D. Card ( Firearm Owners Identification Card). You register your self as a firearm owner. You have to have that F.O.I.D card to purchase firearms and ammunition, and to possess firearms and ammunition. As of late I have had to present my F.O.I.D. card when purchasing reloading components like powder and primers, which is a matter of store/company policy, not law.

Just my 2 cents.

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