Handgun reciprocity. Must be nice to be able to cross state lines and not have to unload your CC piece and leave it visible or lock it away in your trunk? As a resident of Vermont where handgun permits are non-existent, I wouldn't know. As it is I can carry concealed in a whopping three other states. Oklahoma, Arizona and Alaska. Three places I not only have no desire to go but I'd probably end up in prison before I ever made it there with a handgun. So although I enjoy great freedom, sadly it ends at the state line in every direction. And as some of you are already aware I happen to live smack dab on the VT/NH border. That means several times a day I'm in my car unloading and loading my firearm. Not only an immense pain in the @$$ but also rather dangerous. Well wish me luck because hopefully this nonsense is coming to an end. No Vermont won't be requiring licensing. It'll still be the bastion of freedom for all to enjoy. Instead, yesterday I began the process to acquire my New Hampshire non-resident pistol permit. If all goes well not only will I be able to hop across the border willie-nillie without worrying about forgetting to comply with the law, I'll also be able to carry in another 27 states. Unfortunately I'll still have to get through nanny state hell and make it to Pennsylvania safely. Perhaps I'll buy a boat and sail from New Hampshire to North Carolina giving the eastern seaboard the finger the entire trip. Safer than trying to get through New York.