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#1 bspz28

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Posted January 13 2021 - 07:48 PM

I have gone to bigger and better place out of NYS. what do I do with my Nassau county pistol license? do I just cut it up or do I send it back to Nassau Pistol division ? 



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#2 TheLevelOne

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Posted January 13 2021 - 08:20 PM

This from the latest version of the Nassau County Pistol License Section Handbook

 

https://www.pdcn.org...Center/View/113

 

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H. HOW TO CANCEL YOUR OWN PISTOL LICENSE

 

In order to cancel a Nassau County Pistol License, a licensee MUST do all of the following:

1. Legally dispose of the firearm(s) listed on the license (see Chapter 3, Section B “Selling Or Disposing Of A Firearm”);

2. Return the license to the NCPD Pistol License Section; and

3. Present documentation to the Pistol License Section of the lawful disposition of all firearms.



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Posted January 13 2021 - 08:53 PM

This from the latest version of the Nassau County Pistol License Section Handbook

 

https://www.pdcn.org...Center/View/113

 

Regards  and congrats ------------------

 

 

H. HOW TO CANCEL YOUR OWN PISTOL LICENSE

 

In order to cancel a Nassau County Pistol License, a licensee MUST do all of the following:

1. Legally dispose of the firearm(s) listed on the license (see Chapter 3, Section B “Selling Or Disposing Of A Firearm”);

2. Return the license to the NCPD Pistol License Section; and

3. Present documentation to the Pistol License Section of the lawful disposition of all firearms.

 

I would simply write a letter advising of your new address, asking them to update your information....   a court case a few years ago ordered that NYS licenses can be issued to non-residents...


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Posted January 13 2021 - 09:44 PM

Send the cut up license to Cuomo telling him FUAC.


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Posted January 14 2021 - 04:02 PM

I would simply write a letter advising of your new address, asking them to update your information....   a court case a few years ago ordered that NYS licenses can be issued to non-residents...

If you wish to keep your NY License, do as advised above. If you don't wish to keep your license active, you CAN do nothing, which might bite you should you ever go back to NY and apply, or you can write them a letter stating that you and your handguns are permanently removed from NYS and you are cancelling your license, send the license back marked void if you so choose. NYS's power only extends to the borders of NYS, no matter what THEY think


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Posted January 14 2021 - 06:21 PM

I would simply write a letter advising of your new address, asking them to update your information....   a court case a few years ago ordered that NYS licenses can be issued to non-residents...

I remember seeing a former New York resident that moved to Georgia and requested that his license which is lifetime to include his new address. The judge agreed to his request. I know every county is different, it is a state license.
Every county will have it’s own policy for a part time non resident.

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Posted January 14 2021 - 09:24 PM

If you wish to keep your NY License, do as advised above. If you don't wish to keep your license active, you CAN do nothing, which might bite you should you ever go back to NY and apply, or you can write them a letter stating that you and your handguns are permanently removed from NYS and you are cancelling your license, send the license back marked void if you so choose. NYS's power only extends to the borders of NYS, no matter what THEY think

Once you are out be thankful and never return.



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Posted January 14 2021 - 11:01 PM

I remember seeing a former New York resident that moved to Georgia and requested that his license which is lifetime to include his new address. The judge agreed to his request. I know every county is different, it is a state license.
Every county will have it’s own policy for a part time non resident.

 

A counties' "policy" doesn't supersede state law, or Court decisions.


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Posted January 15 2021 - 08:03 AM

A counties' "policy" doesn't supersede state law, or Court decisions.

It was case law regarding Part Time residence. New York has given Non residents a pistol license when they have a business in the state. Only one county in upstate was issuing to residents from a Pennsylvania County if they owned property in the county.
We haven’t seen a former Nassau or Suffolk resident chime in to say I got to keep my license when they move to a different state. The Part Time License requires a bit more to satisfy their requirements.

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Posted January 15 2021 - 07:59 PM

Congratulations. All who can get out,  are getting out.


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Posted January 16 2021 - 08:09 PM

How do you present documentation of lawful disposition of the firearms when you only moved to a free state? With your guns.
Maybe just a picture of you with your guns at the range in your new state smiling from ear to ear?
That should be good enough proof.

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Posted January 16 2021 - 08:43 PM

How do you present documentation of lawful disposition of the firearms when you only moved to a free state? With your guns.
Maybe just a picture of you with your guns at the range in your new state smiling from ear to ear?
That should be good enough proof.


If the state you’re moving to requires a license to possess a handgun probably a license from that state. If it doesn’t probably a reference to the section of the state law that says a license isn’t required.

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Posted January 17 2021 - 08:00 AM

If the state you’re moving to requires a license to possess a handgun probably a license from that state. If it doesn’t probably a reference to the section of the state law that says a license isn’t required.

 

Your thinking too NY like.  Most states don't require a license of any kind to purchase or open carry a handgun.



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Posted Today, 12:06 PM

How do you present documentation of lawful disposition of the firearms when you only moved to a free state? With your guns.
Maybe just a picture of you with your guns at the range in your new state smiling from ear to ear?
That should be good enough proof.

You don't need to do anything to "Prove" you and your property are now removed from NYS- The onus is on THEM to prove you did not. They will check up on you, it is easy enough






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