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Non res ccw, whatcha got

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#1 Fully loaded

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Posted June 05 2018 - 07:05 PM

Evening all, just seeing if anyone has any out of state non res ccw’s. If so what state or states? So far I have Florida,Utah,Maine,Arizona,New Hampshire and New York (sportsman). Waiting on Connecticut and Virginia to come, should be any week now.
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Posted June 05 2018 - 07:53 PM

NY, NH and CT. Going try to get PA shortly and then FL.

Kind of wishing there’s a red wave in November and by some aligning of the stars we get National CCW reciprocity passed. Getting these individual licenses is time consuming and expensive!

Edit: VA wasn’t covered by NH reciprocity? Off top of my head, I thought it was.
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Posted June 05 2018 - 09:18 PM

NY, NH and CT. Going try to get PA shortly and then FL.

Kind of wishing there’s a red wave in November and by some aligning of the stars we get National CCW reciprocity passed. Getting these individual licenses is time consuming and expensive!

Edit: VA wasn’t covered by NH reciprocity? Off top of my head, I thought it was.

 

"try" to get PA? - Go to Centre County, give the pretty girl $20 and your application, smile for your picture, and she'll hand you a license in 10 minutes.  there's no 'try' you DO or do not....


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Posted June 05 2018 - 09:52 PM

"try" to get PA? - Go to Centre County, give the pretty girl $20 and your application, smile for your picture, and she'll hand you a license in 10 minutes.  there's no 'try' you DO or do not....


On there website it states that I need to bring my current residential Carry license, Do you kno off hand if they recognize the sportsman as a carry license? Thanks

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Posted June 05 2018 - 09:54 PM

"try" to get PA? - Go to Centre County, give the pretty girl $20 and your application, smile for your picture, and she'll hand you a license in 10 minutes. there's no 'try' you DO or do not....


Lol, don’t worry, I’m going. Tentatively planned for next Friday. But I’m looking to be the test subject to see Berks County will issue which is about 2 hrs closer than Centre.

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Posted June 05 2018 - 10:41 PM

When I lived in NY, I had a Nassau w/ a business endorsement and PA, FL and NH non-res licenses. When I moved to FL, my FL license became my primary concealed weapons license. The PA & NH were no longer a benefit. I let them expire.

 

BTW, converting my FL non-res to a resident license was as easy as going online and changing my address....I still carry the original license FL issued to me as a NY resident.



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Posted June 06 2018 - 06:36 AM

Currently NY, NH, PA And Utah

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Posted June 06 2018 - 06:44 AM

Utah is the most reasonable to have. No requirement for getting new fingerprints when you renew. New Hampshire non resident is no longer recognized by Pennsylvania. A trip in person is required.

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Posted June 06 2018 - 08:15 AM

Currently NY, FL and will take the drive to Center County in July.  NH is filled out on my desk ready to go.

 

How difficult is CT to get



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Posted June 06 2018 - 09:23 AM

I got my N.H. mailed it in and less then 30days later got it back.


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Posted June 06 2018 - 12:16 PM

How difficult is CT to get

 

Not at all.

 

For me, NY and NH is all I have currently. Now that NH is no longer good in PA, I'm considering getting a PA license.  I used to have FL and CT, but I let them lapse. Once you have those others, CT is really only good for CT and I hadn't been there in years. Same with FL, which is the best license in that it gives you the most states, and FL. Utah is the next best but it doesn't give you FL unless you are a UT resident. I like that their renew is cheap and you don't have to give fingerprints on renewal.

 

You get WA instead of NM and FL, which is the advantage over FL's license.


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Posted June 06 2018 - 06:42 PM

On there website it states that I need to bring my current residential Carry license, Do you kno off hand if they recognize the sportsman as a carry license? Thanks

 

Didn't I mention that I just renewed my PA license? - I have a NY - Suffolk  License.

 

Lol, don’t worry, I’m going. Tentatively planned for next Friday. But I’m looking to be the test subject to see Berks County will issue which is about 2 hrs closer than Centre.

 

Just be ready to make the extra 2 hours.....  Very good people in Centre, super-nice, friendly, very pleasant.


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Posted June 08 2018 - 03:43 AM

Florida, New Hampshire, Maine, Connecticut, Pennsylvania

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Posted June 08 2018 - 02:03 PM

I only have Virginia non resident for now. I will make a trip to Centre County, PA once I get my NYS pistol license approved. 



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Posted June 11 2018 - 12:31 PM

I have NY, PA and UT.

Just renewed UT online.

PA expires next month.

I've been looking around to see if I can get it renewed closer than Centre County.

I see some people heard Berks County would issue a non resident carry for them.

Berks will NOT even renew my existing non resident carry permit. They just told me they would only do it if my NY permit was a full carry with zero restrictions.

Keep that in mind before you drive there.


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Posted June 11 2018 - 12:36 PM

These are the counties I called.

Mileage is from the 7th Precinct.

Travel time is from Google Maps.

 

I'm calling Lebanon back to make sure it wasn't a fluke.

Lebanon confirmed they WILL renew and mail us our licenses.

 

Hope this helps someone else.

 

Northampton (Left messages.)
144 Miles
2:26
(610) 559-3084

Carbon (WILL NOT RENEW!!!)
175 Miles
3:07
(570) 325-2821

Berks (WILL NOT RENEW!!!)
198 Miles
3:23
(610) 478-6240 Ext. 3265

Lebanon (Will renew!!!)
220 Miles
3:39
(717) 272-2054

Susquehanna (WILL NOT RENEW!!!)
228 Miles
3:46
(570) 278-4600

Lancaster (WILL NOT RENEW!!!)
234 Miles
3:46
(717) 299-8000



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Posted June 11 2018 - 01:46 PM

I have NY, PA and UT.

Just renewed UT online.

PA expires next month.

I've been looking around to see if I can get it renewed closer than Centre County.

I see some people heard Berks County would issue a non resident carry for them.

Berks will NOT even renew my existing non resident carry permit. They just told me they would only do it if my NY permit was a full carry with zero restrictions.

Keep that in mind before you drive there.

 

Damn! I called Berks a few times on Friday and no one answered, so I left a voice mail and no call back yet. Thanks for letting me know. 

 

 

I'm calling Lebanon back to make sure it wasn't a fluke.

Lebanon confirmed they WILL renew and mail us our licenses.

Lebanon (Will renew!!!)
220 Miles
3:39
(717) 272-2054

 

 

Awesome, thank you for doing the research. I may confirm that they will issue to a 1st time NR CCW request as it wouldn't be a renew for me. Still a 4hr-ish drive for me :-/ 



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Posted June 13 2018 - 03:03 PM

Northampton never called me back.

I have a buddy that lives there so he walked in this morning and they told him no.

I'm off to Lebanon tomorrow so my wife and I can renew.

Gonna hit Shyda's and Encks while I'm there.



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Posted June 14 2018 - 01:54 PM

CT, FL and NH non res carry permits here.

 

Looking to buy a weekend home in PA now, so maybe perhaps that'll open more doors for me



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Posted June 14 2018 - 03:34 PM

CT, FL and NH non res carry permits here.
 
Looking to buy a weekend home in PA now, so maybe perhaps that'll open more doors for me

Change Pennsylvania to primary residence and New York part time. That will allow you to apply for a part time residence pistol license in the county.





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