Before you travel with a gun, learn the states that recognize Oklahoma’s Handgun Carry Permit
Are you getting ready to travel with a firearm? You need to know the states that recognize Oklahoma’s Handgun Carry Permit. Here’s a list of states that honor the Oklahoma Handgun License. As the license holder you’re responsible for obeying all laws related to carrying firearms. This responsibility applies whenever and wherever you’re carrying your gun. I recommend you review the laws of any jurisdictions you’re planning to visit BEFORE you travel.
To make it easier for you, the list below is hyper-linked to each individual state’s reciprocity page. You can visit the links to verify that the states you’ll be visiting still recognize Oklahoma’s Handgun Carry Permit. Most of these sites also have links to the state’s firearms laws.
(Some links may require Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
Another place to check states that recognize Oklahoma’s Handgun Carry Permit
Another great resource to find information on states that recognize Oklahoma’s Handgun Carry Permit is handgunlaw.us. This site has a ton of comprehensive information about gun laws throughout the United States. Just remember, when we’re travelling with firearms we’re responsible for making sure the information we have is accurate. For that reason it’s best to follow up with the state where you’ll be travelling to make sure you know the law.
* Links verified and updated on 10/30/2015
Note: Oklahoma honors ALL states’ concealed handgun licenses/permits. Oklahoma also allows residents of Alaska, Arizona, Vermont, and Wyoming to carry under their states’ permitless carry laws, so long as the individual is eligible to carry under the laws of their home state. People who are carrying and are from a permitless state, must keep their weapon concealed at all times. Non-residents who are carrying with valid permit from their home state can carry either openly or concealed. For more information about Oklahoma’s reciprocity law, see O.S. Title 21 § 1290.26.