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What are the requirements for non-resident Pa. ccw ?

Do you have to have an existing permit or is it just a NICS check?
 

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What are the requirements for non-resident Pa. ccw ?

Do you have to have an existing permit or is it just a NICS check?
 

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I'm pretty sure you need to have a Resident CCW in your home state. A non res as your primary does not work (I think)
 

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I'm pretty sure you need to have a Resident CCW in your home state. A non res as your primary does not work (I think)
 

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CaptainMitchell said:
I'm pretty sure you need to have a Resident CCW in your home state. A non res as your primary does not work (I think)
Not true... Michigan,Colorado,New Hampshire, and South Carolina are the only states that you must be a resident of the state of your license in order to get reciprocity... This is the link to PA reciprocity.
However, they will not issue you a PA license without you having a home state license

Note: It has come to the attention of the Office of Attorney General that there has been confusion over the applicability of Pennsylvania's reciprocal privileges with regard to the residency status of an individual who has been issued a valid license/permit. It is the position of the Office of Attorney General that recognition within Pennsylvania is based on the issuance to an individual of a valid license/permit by the reciprocal contracting state, and not on the license/permit holder's place of residence.

http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/crime.aspx?id=184
 

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CaptainMitchell said:
I'm pretty sure you need to have a Resident CCW in your home state. A non res as your primary does not work (I think)
Not true... Michigan,Colorado,New Hampshire, and South Carolina are the only states that you must be a resident of the state of your license in order to get reciprocity... This is the link to PA reciprocity.
However, they will not issue you a PA license without you having a home state license

Note: It has come to the attention of the Office of Attorney General that there has been confusion over the applicability of Pennsylvania's reciprocal privileges with regard to the residency status of an individual who has been issued a valid license/permit. It is the position of the Office of Attorney General that recognition within Pennsylvania is based on the issuance to an individual of a valid license/permit by the reciprocal contracting state, and not on the license/permit holder's place of residence.

http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/crime.aspx?id=184
 

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does sportsmans count as CCW, since its technically a ccw just with restrictions? I would love to be able to pack heat when I visit my family.
 

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does sportsmans count as CCW, since its technically a ccw just with restrictions? I would love to be able to pack heat when I visit my family.
 
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