The Concealed Carry Reciprocity Map You Have to Try

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I normally don’t give concealed carry reciprocity maps much more than a few glances before I quickly decide if they’re worth using as a resource. While I don’t travel often, ending up in a concealed carry-related legal entanglement is the last thing I, or anyone for that matter, want on our plate. Most resources are clunky, contain large blocks of text to sift through for actual useful information, or are simply an eyesore. I have finally found an exception to this. clunky, contain large blocks of text to sift through for actual useful information, or are simply an eyesore. I have finally found an exception to this.

While perusing r/Firearms on Reddit, a user by the name of mk262 posted a concealed carry reciprocity map they had been working on for several months. It is clean, visually appealing, and provides fast results that also warn you of areas to particularly be wary when travelling.

While the website does warn users it isn’t optimized for mobile viewing, a little extra time and deliberate taps on my Galaxy S7 and it functioned flawlessly. Don’t just take my word for it. Try it for yourself by clicking here.
Note: I have confirmed with the developer that a mobile-optimized version is currently in development.

If you like the map and find it useful, be sure to like and follow them on Facebook for updates!

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Tyler Capobres has years of experience torture testing guns, knives and gear to their limit. If he's not writing about gun projects, reviewing products or mocking anti-gun zealots on Twitter, you'll find him at the range. Owner of thegoodgun.com, a website dedicated to all gun and knife enthusiasts. Author of "Punching Holes", a book showing how anyone can save 15-40% on guns, ammo, knives and more, by purchasing them at wholesale prices.

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