Massachusetts Gun Laws

Guide to Massachusetts Gun Laws

Updated February 20, 2020:

Updated April 20, 2019:

 

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Mark Woodward

Mark Woodward

Massachusetts gun laws operate on a "May Issue" policy leaving it to the discretion of the issuing officer as to wether or not a license to carry (LTC) will be issued. The LTC license is required to purchase any handgun, rifle, shotgun and ammunition.


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Mark Woodward

Oklahoma is currently a Shall Issue state but this will change on November 1, 2019 when a new Constitutional Carry law will come into effect. The state can be regarded as having a strong gun culture and this is reflected in the gun laws which are less restrictive than other states.

Massachusetts gun laws operate on a "May Issue" policy leaving it to the discretion of the issuing officer as to wether or not a license to carry (LTC) will be issued. The LTC license is required to purchase any handgun, rifle, shotgun and ammunition.

The gun laws in Massachusetts are fairly restrictive with some issuing authorities requiring applicants to justify the need for a firearm. Non-residents of the state can also apply for a LTC license, however, they are required to obtain a temporary license before traveling to the state and their application must be submitted to the state police whereas residents apply at the local police station.

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The gun laws in Massachusetts are fairly restrictive with some issuing authorities requiring applicants to justify the need for a firearm. Non-residents of the state can also apply for a LTC license, however, they are required to obtain a temporary license before traveling to the state and their application must be submitted to the state police whereas residents apply at the local police station.

Quick facts

Carry In Vehicle SEE DETAILS
Must Notify Officer NO
State Park Carry YES
Gun Signs Enforced NO
Open Carry YES
Restaurant Carry YES
Constitutional Carry NO
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Massachusetts Reciprocity Map

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Massachusetts reciprocity guide for LTC licenses

Under Massachusetts state law any firearms license from another state will not be honoured.

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Resident Licences
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin

Non-Resident Licences
Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Wisconsin

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Massachusetts does not honor any other states firearms license.

States that will not honor a Massachusetts LTC license
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California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Illinois, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, North Dakota, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Washington, West Virginia, Wyoming.

District
Washington D.C.

Overview of the Massachusetts LTC license

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Massachusetts state flag
  • Issue policy - May Issue
  • Issued to - Residents & Non-Residents
  • License Fee - $100
  • License Valid - 6 years

Pistol license Overview

The Massachusetts License to Carry (LTC) is required for the purchase, possession and carrying of any large capacity handgun, shotgun, rifle and large capacity feeding devices. For most jurisdictions the issuing authority is the local police chief who has the discretion to issue a licence on the applicants suitability or stated need. If a license is denied then a written explanation must be given, the applicant can then file an appeal within 90 days. If applicants pass a background check and complete a firearms training course they are mostly issued a license. However, the issuing authority can place restrictions on the license. Restrictions are more common closer to the bigger cities such as Boston whereas the more rural towns are more inclined to issue an unrestricted license. There are seperate forms for resident and non-resident applications which both differ slightly in the filing process.

Non-Resident Licenses

Non-resident licenses are issued in Massachusetts however there are a few differences to a resident license.
  • All initial applications and must be made in person.
  • Non-resident licenses are only valid for 1 year.
  • You cannot make an application at local police stations. Instead all non-resident applications must be made at the Firearms Records Bureau in Chelsea.
  • You will need to book an appointment in advance of appearing for your license application.
  • An in person appearance at the firearms Records Bureau will only be required every 6 years for renewals. But you will still need to renew your license every year.

Restrictions
Non-resident licenses can have restrictions placed on them. This will depend on the information you supply in the application form.

  • NONE – the LTC is issued for all lawful purposes with no restrictions.
  • EMPLOYMENT – restricts possession to business owner engaged in business activities or to an employee while engaged in work related activities, and maintaining proficiency, where the employer requires carry of a firearm (i.e. armored car, security guard, etc.). Includes travel to and from activity location.
  • TARGET & HUNTING – restricts possession to the purpose of lawful recreational shooting or competition; for use in the lawful pursuit of game animals and birds; for personal protection in the home; and for the purpose of collecting (other than machine guns). Includes travel to and from activity location
  • SPORTING – restricts possession to the purpose of lawful recreational shooting or competition; for use in the lawful pursuit of game animals and birds; for personal protection in the home; for the purpose of collecting (other than machine guns); and for outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, camping, cross country skiing, or similar activities. Includes travel to and from activity location.
  • OTHER – Restrictions are based upon the information provided in the license application. Please ensure that you provide a detailed reason for requesting the issuance of a license in Massachusetts. Include information regarding how and where you intend to possess or use a firearm and your knowledge and training in Massachusetts firearms laws.

Any violation of these restrictions can result in the suspension or revocation of the license plus a $1,000 - $10,000 fine.

Non-resident LTC licenses are only issued to a non-resident, non-citizen for firearms competitions.

Handgun Training

All applicants for a Massachusetts firearms license must have completed a certified firearms safety course or a basic hunter education course. A list of approved courses can be found at the highlighted link.

Once the course has been completed the instructor will issue a certificate which will need to be produced when you make the application for a firearms license.


Requirements to qualify for a Massachusetts LTC license


Requirements

To qualify for a Minnesota Permit to Carry applicants must meet these criteria.
  • Must be a US citizen or legal alien
  • Minimum age of 21 or older
  • Must have completed a firearms training course.
  • Cannot be a convicted or adjucated delinquent child or Youthful offender.
  • Are not judged by a court to lack the mental capacity to manage your own affairs.
  • No outstanding warrants.
  • You must not have any outstanding warrants
  • You must not be subject to a current restraining order
  • Must not have a dishonourable discharge from the US armed forces.
  • Are not a fugitive from justice.
  • If you have been hospitalised for mental illness, drug or substance abuse you must submit an affidavit from a registered physician endorsing your ability to possess a firearm provided the hosilisation was more than 5 years ago.
  • Federal Law - Prohibits the following persons

Valid For

6 Years

Fee

Full list of permit to carry fees.
$100

Non-Resident Licenses

Non-resident licenses are issued in Massachusetts however there are a few differences to a resident license.
  • All initial applications and must be made in person.
  • Non-resident licenses are only valid for 1 year.
  • You cannot make an application at local police stations. Instead all non-resident applications must be made at the Firearms Records Bureau in Chelsea.
  • You will need to book an appointment in advance of appearing for your license application.
  • An in person appearance at the firearms Records Bureau will only be required every 6 years for renewals. But you will still need to renew your license every year.

Restrictions
Non-resident licenses can have restrictions placed on them. This will depend on the information you supply in the application form.

  • NONE – the LTC is issued for all lawful purposes with no restrictions.
  • EMPLOYMENT – restricts possession to business owner engaged in business activities or to an employee while engaged in work related activities, and maintaining proficiency, where the employer requires carry of a firearm (i.e. armored car, security guard, etc.). Includes travel to and from activity location.
  • TARGET & HUNTING – restricts possession to the purpose of lawful recreational shooting or competition; for use in the lawful pursuit of game animals and birds; for personal protection in the home; and for the purpose of collecting (other than machine guns). Includes travel to and from activity location
  • SPORTING – restricts possession to the purpose of lawful recreational shooting or competition; for use in the lawful pursuit of game animals and birds; for personal protection in the home; for the purpose of collecting (other than machine guns); and for outdoor recreational activities such as hiking, camping, cross country skiing, or similar activities. Includes travel to and from activity location.
  • OTHER – Restrictions are based upon the information provided in the license application. Please ensure that you provide a detailed reason for requesting the issuance of a license in Massachusetts. Include information regarding how and where you intend to possess or use a firearm and your knowledge and training in Massachusetts firearms laws.

Any violation of these restrictions can result in the suspension or revocation of the license plus a $1,000 - $10,000 fine.

Non-resident LTC licenses are only issued to a non-resident, non-citizen for firearms competitions.


Enhanced Licenses

Class A license - entitles the holder to purchase, rent, lease, borrow, possess and carry:

  • Firearms, including large capacity firearms, and feeding devices and ammunition, for all lawful purposes, subject to such restrictions the licensing authority deems proper; and
  • Rifles and shotguns, including large capacity weapons, and feeding devices and ammunition, for all lawful purposes; provided, however, that the licensing authority may impose restrictions as it deems proper.

Class B license - entitles a holder thereof to purchase, rent, lease, borrow, possess and carry:

  • Non-large capacity firearms and feeding devices and ammunition, for all lawful purposes, subject to such restrictions the licensing authority deems proper; provided, (a Class B license shall not entitle the holder to carry or possess a loaded firearm in a concealed manner in any public way or place or to possess a large capacity firearm, except under a Class A club license or under the direct supervision of a holder of a valid Class A license at an incorporated shooting club or licensed shooting range); and
  • Rifles and shotguns, including large capacity rifles and shotguns, and feeding devices and ammunition, for all lawful purposes; provided, however, that the licensing authority may impose such restrictions as it deems proper.

Address Changes

Under Massachusetts law you must report any change of address within 30 days. You can download the Change of Address Form and then mail a copy to the following;

  • Department of Criminal Justice Information Services.
  • The Chief of Police in the town that you moved to.
  • The licensing authority that issued the firearms license.

If you need further information there is an Address Change hotline at (617) 660-4722.


Stolen or Lost Permits

You will need to contact the authority that issued your firearms license.

How to apply for a Massachusetts LTC license

Follow these steps to obtain a permit;

Residents

  1. You will need to complete a firearms training course.
  2. Download the Residents Application in the forms section of this page.
  3. You will need to submit:
    • A complete resident firearms license application
    • The required application fee
    • A Massachusetts Basic Firearms Safety Course certificate
    • A form of identification
  4. You may need to submit:
    • Proof of residence
  5. You will then need to submit the application to the local police station in your town of residence.
  6. You will be notified within 40 days by mail if your application has been approved or denied.

Non-Residents

  1. You will need to complete a firearms training course.
  2. Download the Non-Residents Application in the forms section of this page.
  3. You will need:
    • A complete non-resident firearms license resident alien permit application.
    • The required application fee
    • A Massachusetts Basic Firearms Safety Course certificate
  4. You may need:
    • An in-person appearance
    • A visa or copy of immigration card
  5. Non-Residents will need to submit their application to the firearms Record bureau.
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How to renew your Massachusetts LTC license

The renewal process in Massachusetts differs for residents and non-residents.

Resident Licence

  • Licence renewals for residents are processed through the local police station in the town you reside in.
  • The renewal process can take up to 60 days.
  • The licensing authority will conduct a federal and state background check, a finger print check and a check with the Department of Mental Health.
  • If you wish to qualify for a grace period you will need to submit a renewal application before the expiration date of your license.

Non-Resident License / Resident alien permit

  • To renew a non-resident license or resident alien permit you will need to submit your application to the Firearms Records Bureau.
  • The licensing authority will conduct a federal and state background check, a finger print check and a check with the Department of Mental Health.
  • There are no grace periods for Non-resident firearms licenses or resident alien permits.
  • All non-resident firearms licenses will expire 12 months from the date they are issued.

Renewal applications can be made in person or by mail for resident licenses, however, non-resident licenses can only be renewed via mail.

Mailing Address

Department of Criminal Justice Information Services
Firearms Records Bureau
200 Arlington St, Suite 2200
Chelsea, MA 02150

Status Check
If you wish to check on the current status of your renewal application you can call the number below. You will need tp have ready your full name, date of birth and drivers license number.

STATUS CHECK (617) 660-4722


Schedule of fee's for a Massachusetts LTC license

Application ConditionsOriginalRenewal
License to carry firearms$100$100
Resident alien permit$100$100
License to carry firearms (retired law enforcement officers)$25$25
Firearms Identification card$100$100
Firearms Identification card (if under 18 years old)$25$25
Non-Resident firearms license$100$100

Essential forms for a Massachusetts LTC license

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All the forms you need for a Massachusetts handgun license can be found here.

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Off-limit places in Massachusetts for carrying a firearm

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Places listed as off limits apply even if you have a Massachusetts license to carry.

Off-limits

  • Courthouses
  • Elementary or secondary school, college or university
  • Airports
  • Logan Airport security zone
  • When using off highway vehicle such as snowmobile
  • Any place where the carrying of firearms is prohibited by Federal Law.

Allowed

  • State parks
  • State and national forests
  • Road side rest areas
  • Vehicle
  • All areas of the state - except those listed as off-limits

Massachusetts gun laws & statutes

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Massachusetts state capitol building
All the most important Massachusetts gun laws you should be aware of are listed below. Make yourself familiar with these laws before you carry a firearm.

Summary table

SubjectHandgunsLong GunsNotes
Concealed carry permit requiredYesNoPolicy is May Issue.
Purchase permit requiredYesYesCarry permit or FID (firearm identification) required.
Registration of firearmNoNo
Open carry allowedYesNoPermit required to open carry handguns. Open carry of long guns is illegal except when hunting.
Background checks on private gun sales requiredYesYesSeller is required to verify the purchasers FID card.
Magazine size restrictionYesYesMust not exceed 10 rounds.
Red flag lawYesYesFirearms can be temporarily confiscated.
Owner license requiredYesYesFID license required.

Rating of gun laws

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Massachusetts gun laws you need to know

Vehicle carry

(With no pistol license)

NO
The law states it is illegal to carry a loaded firearm of any type in a vehicle without a firearms license. If you have a Massachusetts LTC license then you can carry a loaded or unloaded handgun in a vehicle if the weapon is under your direct control. Transporting Firearms
  • With LTC - This allows you to transport handguns in a motor vehicle, the handgun can be loaded or unloaded. There is no requirement for the handgun to be secured in a locked case or trunk.
  • Large Capacity Shotguns or Rifles - Even with a LTC license these weapons must be unloaded and secured in a locked container or the trunk of a motor vehicle.

All shotguns and rifles must be unloaded when on or in a motor vehicle and large capacity firearms must be in a secured container.

Large Capacity weapon definition 
  • Any semi-automatic rifle or handgun that can accept a feeding device that holds more than 10 rounds.
  • A shotgun that accepts more than 5 shotgun shells.
  • An assault weapon

Open carry

(With no pistol license)

NO

Without a LTC licence you certainly cannot open carry in Massachusetts. However, there is no law in Massachusetts that bans open carry if you have a LTC license. There was a Massachusetts Supreme Court ruling in 2013 that stated a LTC licence cannot be revoked if the person carrying the firearm causes alarm to other persons. Be aware though that open carry is not common in Massachusetts and is bound to draw unwanted attention and no doubt a few questions from the police.

So technically open carry is allowed by the absence of any law banning it and the Supreme Court ruling. But not advisable in this restrictive state unless you want to be a test case.

Must inform officer

(On contact by law)

NO

There is nothing in Massachusetts gun laws that state you must inform a law enforcement officer you have a firearm when approached on official business. The law does require you to carry your permit at all times during which the permittee is in actual possession of a concealed handgun and produce the license if requested to do so by law enforcement.

Part I. Title XX. Chpt. 140 - Notification to police of gun

State park carry

YES

It is legal to carry in the following areas;

State Parks:    YES  - 302 CMR 12.04
State/National Forests:    YES
State Game Management Units:    YES - 321 CMR 3.01
Road Side Rest Areas:   YES

No gun signs enforced

NO

“No Weapons” signs are not mentioned in Massachusetts gun laws. There are no legal penalties for entering a private property or business that has posted these signs. They have no force of law unless they are posted in areas that are mentioned in the law as being off limits.

GunsToCarry recommends that you do not enter a property displaying a “No Weapons” sign whether the law is for or against signage. If asked to leave a property and you refuse to do so then you are breaking the law and put yourself at risk of being charged.

Restaurant carry

YES

“Yes” or “No” states if you can carry in a restaurant that serves alcohol. Some restaurants may be posted with “NO GUN” signs. Check with the staff if this means just the bar area. If we have indicated a “Yes” then it should be legal to have a meal without drinking alcohol.

Constitutional carry

NO

There is no constitutional carry in Massachusetts.

"The people have a right to keep and bear arms for the common defense. And as, in time of peace, armies are dangerous to liberty, they ought not to be maintained without the consent of the legislature, and the military power shall always be held in an exact subordination to the civil authority, and be governed by it."
(Pt. 1, art. 17)

Off-limit statutes


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History of Massachusetts gun laws

Learn the history of the gun laws in Massachusetts from 1906 until today.

1906

Before 1906 there was no restrictions on owning or carrying handguns. A law enacted in 1906 said judges, police or mayors could authorize a person to carry a loaded handgun if there was good reason for the applicant to fear for injury to his person or property.
 

1922

Law enacted to license gun dealers and banned "unnaturalized foreign born" persons from having a license.
 

1925

Aliens and persons under the age of 15 are prohibited from having a license.
 

1926

Temporary licenses made available for unlicensed persons to purchase and possess a handgun in their home or place of business.
 

1927

Law enacted to punish the carrying of a handgun either loaded or unloaded with no distinction between open or concealed carry.
 

1968

Before 1968 no license was required to possess a handgun in your home or place of business. 1968 saw a law enacted that required persons to have a Firearms Identification card (FID) to possess a rifle, shotgun or handgun in his home or to carry a shotgun or rifle outside his home.
 

1975

One year mandatory sentence created for carrying any type of gun outside a home without the proper type of license.
 

1990

The 1975 law was changed by removing the word "carry" and replacing it with "possesses".
 

1998

Saw major changes to the gun laws. One change was that you could no longer possess a handgun in your home with just a FID card. Now with a FID card you could only possess the handgun on a licensed gun range. Before this new law in 1997 you could own a handgun, rifle or shotgun in your home or place of business and carry a rifle or shotgun (but not a handgun) outside your home with just a FID card.
 

2015

As of January 1, 2015 the state no longer issues the type A or B LTC license. There is now only one type of LTC license that is the same as the old type A license.
 

2018

Red flag law is enacted giving a judge the authority to order the confiscation of firearms if he thinks the owner is a threat to himself or others.
 

Massachusetts licensing offices

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The Firearms Records Bureau only deals with Non-resident LTC licenses. Residents of Massachusetts will need to apply at their local police station.

Firearms Records Bureau

Contact


Address 200 Arlington St.

CityChelsea, MA 02150

Phone (617) 660-4782

Hours


Monday – Friday 8am – 5pm

Saturday Closed

Sunday Closed


Frequently asked questions on Massachusetts gun laws


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Disclaimer

The information contained on this page is not legal advice but is merely a starting point for your own research. It is up to you to decide what the best course of action is for your circumstances. We are not lawyers, if you'd like individualized legal advice, we'd be happy to refer you to some law practices with known firearm specializations. It is crucial that you understand the law before you carry a firearm. Also, remember that just because a statute may clearly say one thing or another, that doesn't mean all members of law enforcement know it. That also goes for lawyers and even judges too.

Comments

  1. I live in Massachusetts and have a class A ltc with a hunting target restriction. Am I allowed to carry a loaded handgun on me while driving around? I get conflicting answers all the time. Even with a restriction is it allowed other then just to and from the activity? Please help.

    1. No I don’t believe you can carry at all with the restrictions you have. You have to have it locked up wile in the vehicle. What town are you in that you got the restrictions? You should try to get them taken off. To carry you need LTC class A no restrictions.

    2. No. You may not carry a pistol on your person. You may hunt with rifle/shotgun. You may travel with your pistol in a locked container. Please check laws. I also believe it is illegal to carry your pistol when uniting even with a full LTC-A though I may be wrong. The old chief of police issued me a target/sporting permit. The new chief issued me a full license upon renewal.

  2. I had a question I didn’t know if you may know the answer. In MA can you buy a pistol when your are 21 if you don’t have an LTC but you do have an FID

    1. Per the Summary Table under the MA Guns Law above, you are required to have an LTC or FID in order to make any purchase.

    2. Did you can only buy a rifle. In order to get a pistol you have to be 21 with a LTC class A

  3. So can you drive from mass to no and Maine while carrying your weapon and being lawfully permitted in mass

    1. You can drive there with a non-resident permit of ME. They don’t honor MA permit, but you need your MA permit to obtain a non-resident permit.

  4. Main and NH now do not requre permits to carry so your MA permit will not matter – is good to use there.

    1. No! You have to meet 1 of the 2 requirements in NH and ME. 1-get a non-resident permit. 2-you are resident of the states. Only theirs residents are not required to obtain a permit in side the state.

      1. Anyone resident or not may carry concealed in Maine unless you are prohibited for some reason and at least 21. No permit required.

  5. I currently hold CCW licenses with my home state of Wisconsin, Utah & Florida. I will be driving through Massachusetts on my way to Florida. Can I keep my gun in my glove box or do I have to unload it and lock it in the trunk?

    1. Mass doesn’t recognize any other states permits. It is illegal to keep the weapon within the glove box/console. You have to be in federal interstate transport mode. Gun unloaded, locked in a case and ammo locked in a separate case and in the trunk. All of this has to happen. If tye gun is unloaded but the magazine is loaded and encased in the same box? You are unlawful. This ia true for all of MA,CT,NY, NJ, MD, DC,DE. Also, you cannot stop in NY/NJ for any other reason than getting gas. Staying at a hotel is freakin the law. Also, many townships of NJ has a law againt hollow points. Don’t go through NJ with hollow points even if you are in compliance with Federal Transport. Once you hit PA, WV or VA… You’re good. ??

      1. Ma is not your biggest problem NY is because there is no way around it and your guns may not even be legal. Your best bet is to Fly or ship them. In your glove box is explicitly illegal. NRA-ILA guide to the interstate transport of firearms. Unless you are a sworn police officer I would not (and did not do it) My daughter took her rifle back to FL on a direct flight from NH to FL super safe and easy. check with the airline. And note you are not legal in SC

    1. MA residents can only carry in NH with a non resident permit issued from the state o f NH other than that your MA license doesn’t mean shit in NH. I know I use to live in MA and moved to NH.

      1. I recently called the NH state police firearms dept listed on the non resident cow site for NH. The woman told me that NH is now a constitutional carry state, and that no non resident permit is required for a MA resident. ME is the same. One difference I need to check is Duty to Inform. Mass is No, but I believe constitutional carry states require it.

        1. Yep, NH is now Constitutional Carry. Literally no permit, no registration. You just don’t want to be a felon in possession of one. Period.

          1. Worth pointing out, unlike VT, NH offers permits for use in states that recognize permits

    2. No one can carry in MA unless getting a Class A license via local, or for non residents, state police.

    3. You will need non-resident permit in both states. You can’t carry in NH with your MA license

  6. What is the situation with NH and ME not flagging as blue for MA residents since they honor all state CCW’s? It makes me question the accuracy of the map overall despite the site being incredibly thorough.

    1. I believe ME is a right to carry state so they reciprocate with NH and you can carry in ME on your NH CCW.

      1. ME has permitless/constitutional carry but not sure if that extends to non residents.

    2. VT, NH and ME are constitutional carry. Any person from any state (lawfully owning a gun) can carry among these states without a permit. However, certain rules apply to visitors that dont apply to residents (such as state parks and such). Not much to worry about.

  7. Then what is the point of putting restriction like sporting and target on license? when one past all require for ltc. but 5 mile from me my buddy get unrestricted cause he is in another town. another friend in the same town gets the same cause he know a cop. no question asked. i wish i knew that at the time. springfield ma

      1. MA Literally sucks ass. Only the criminals have an easy time owning a firearm here.

    1. HI SHAWN , My same exact feeling, i have a LTC, AND IT IS RESTRICTED TO SPORTING AND HUNTING, DOES NOT SERVE MY PURPOSE OR DO I DESIRE, WHO HUNTS WITH A PISTOL? ALSO I AM 100% ALWAYS LAW ABIDING, MY NEIGHBOR THUGS ALL CARRY GUNS, AND ARE DOING IT ILLEGAL, AND DONT CARE ABOUT OUR LAWS. i FEEL , IT IS GENUINELY, UNFAIR TO ME. I ALSO EARLY WAS A HOLDER OF THE FID CARD FOR OVER 20 YEARS NEVER ANY PROBLEMS OR ISSUES. SO UNFAIR TO ME.

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