The following might be possible:
I think the following states are impossible or very difficult:
DC (until the new procedures is decided)
Can anyone come up with more to add?
Last I knew CT was essentially shall issue and actually not too bad to get, but really only gets you CT, so almost no one does that unless you're a local or travel there frequently.
MA is going to be next to impossible. DC looks to be possible but very convoluted if they leave their process the same but without the cause requirement.
In theory OR or CO could be possible, if a sheriff would decide to be pro-carry as Sheriff Nau did in PA years ago. CO also has 90 day "emergency" carry licenses with almost no requirements that do not require residency, but again, try to find a sheriff that will issue one.
There are only (IIRC) 3 states in play between non-resident FL, UT, or AZ licenses - those states being FL, NM, and WA.
PA is by far the easiest non-resident license to get, if
you travel to PA since you have to get it in person now.
There is someone on the board that was applying for an NY license, it's theoretically possible but not very practical. RI is similar.
Edited by Gamma, 16 October 2017 - 05:36 PM.
Illinois' FCCA is a prime example of the maxim that sufficiently advanced incompetence is indistinguishable from malice.