Multi-State CCW Permits

Application Tactical provides classes and assistance to obtain your Arizona and Florida Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) Permits.  As a California resident, you can obtain non-resident CCW permits for Arizona and Florida.  In addition to training, we will assist you in thoroughly and accurately completing your application and fingerprint cards, to ensure you receive these permits as fast as possible.  Obtaining non-resident permits for Arizona and Florida expands your CCW coverage to 38 states nationwide (California has 26 states of reciprocity).  Highly recommended this for those who conduct frequent interstate travel.

WEEKEND CLASS SIGN UP HERE

WEEKNIGHT CLASS SIGN UP HERE

 
 
Arizona-Wood-Flag-7.jpg

Arizona Department of Public Safety

is the issuing authority for Arizona non-resident Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) Permits.  We offer training that satisfies Arizona's training and firearm competency requirements outlined in Arizona Revised Statue 13-3112.  At this time, an Arizona non-resident permit valid for five years, and is recognized by 32 other states.

 
flag-28568_960_720.png

Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services

is the issuing authority for Florida non-resident Concealed Carry Weapon (CCW) Permits.  We offer training that satisfies Forida's training and firearm competency requirements outlined in Florida Statues Chapter 709.06.  At this time, a Florida non-resident permit valid for seven years, and is recognized by 32 other states. 

 
  Arizona and Florida Reciprocity Map (states in blue recognize the non-resident permit).

Arizona and Florida Reciprocity Map (states in blue recognize the non-resident permit).

Arizona/Florida CCW Reciprocity

Net yourself a total of 38 states you can lawfully carry concealed in*.  These are valuable permits to have, as they are relatively inexpensive to obtain and maintain, are valid for 5 and 7 years, respectively, and provide the maximum amount of coverage for your safety.  

*States reciprocity can and does change frequently.  It is your responsibility to check your travel path before departing to confirm states that honor your permits at the time you travel.