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Old March 16th, 2017, 11:13 PM #71
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Was just about to reply into this thread...

My NH check cleared earlier this week, having been mailed around Feb. 7.
I'm guessing they held all the applications while the constitutional carry bill was passed. Presumably, we should get the new 5yr permits (instead of the previous 4yr).

Am about ready to apply for MD, but finding the 16 hours to be in class is a serious problem in the near term.
I was exempted from the 16hr training course, but if I hadn't been finding 16hrs to take a class would have been a serious issue for myself as well.
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Old March 17th, 2017, 12:04 AM #72
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The interview is however the interviewing Trooper wants it tp be.
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Old March 17th, 2017, 08:21 AM #73
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Anyone know what the interview is like or what sort of questions they ask? Just curious
Still no review? Back when I applied, myself and others were getting appointments scheduled by investigators about two weeks after the application dropped. My interview was less than a month after application. They also contacted all my references same day, amazing they were able to make contact with them in all.. (no phone tag). Each person I used called me that day, none were notified by me that I used them. One friend would not talk to the investigator before calling me to make sure it was a legitimate investigation. This is the worst part of the application, imposing on others to vouch for you. It is ridiculous as well. Who is going to list someone adverse to their own approval? So after the prompt interview and contacting my friends, it was still 101 days from application until permit mailed.
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Back in the 365 era, I asked my references beforehand.

My concerns since so many of my potential witnesses were retired LE, that they either travel a lot, or had health problems, I was concerned about them being reachable on short notice for an open ended time frame.
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Still no review? Back when I applied, myself and others were getting appointments scheduled by investigators about two weeks after the application dropped. My interview was less than a month after application. They also contacted all my references same day, amazing they were able to make contact with them in all.. (no phone tag). Each person I used called me that day, none were notified by me that I used them. One friend would not talk to the investigator before calling me to make sure it was a legitimate investigation. This is the worst part of the application, imposing on others to vouch for you. It is ridiculous as well. Who is going to list someone adverse to their own approval? So after the prompt interview and contacting my friends, it was still 101 days from application until permit mailed.
You would be surprised. While attending one of the HPRB meetings I spoke to an applicant who had a hearing and he told me that one of his references told MSP that the applicant was a recovering drug addiction( cocain). Which the applicant admitted to me but not to MSP. He admitted to me he still smoked weed and was going to use the the fact that MD would soon make it legal and that it should not prohibit him from getting his permit. Result= HPRB upheld MSP's decision.
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Am about ready to apply for MD, but finding the 16 hours to be in class is a serious problem in the near term.
Of course it is. It is designed to be a problem. Anyone who believes the 16-hour "class" was put there for safety is kidding themselves. It's so that people like you won't have time to get permits and they have less people carrying guns in Maryland.
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Still no review? Back when I applied, myself and others were getting appointments scheduled by investigators about two weeks after the application dropped. My interview was less than a month after application. They also contacted all my references same day, amazing they were able to make contact with them in all.. (no phone tag). Each person I used called me that day, none were notified by me that I used them. One friend would not talk to the investigator before calling me to make sure it was a legitimate investigation. This is the worst part of the application, imposing on others to vouch for you. It is ridiculous as well. Who is going to list someone adverse to their own approval? So after the prompt interview and contacting my friends, it was still 101 days from application until permit mailed.
Nope, haven't heard from anyone at the MDSP at all

But I do have some good news

Pulled my NH permit out of the mailbox a few minutes ago! Envelope was post marked Mar 16 and the application was mailed Feb 16th, oh and the permit expires in 2022. Free States are AWESOME!!!

No Update VA
No Update MD
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You would be surprised. While attending one of the HPRB meetings I spoke to an applicant who had a hearing and he told me that one of his references told MSP that the applicant was a recovering drug addiction( cocain). Which the applicant admitted to me but not to MSP. He admitted to me he still smoked weed and was going to use the the fact that MD would soon make it legal and that it should not prohibit him from getting his permit. Result= HPRB upheld MSP's decision.
Heck, that makes it illegal for him to buy or receive a firearm. No gun for you!
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Now the New Hampshire app says you MUST include a copy of home states permit, how did you non wear and carry folks handle this?
My MD permit is being expedited, but don't have it yet. Would like to get the NH non resident for PA as they don't honor UT anymore.

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Now the New Hampshire app says you MUST include a copy of home states permit, how did you non wear and carry folks handle this?
My MD permit is being expedited, but don't have it yet. Would like to get the NH non resident for PA as they don't honor UT anymore.

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You can go to the Closest PA county Sheriff's office and apply, with a MD permit they will issue you a PA permit.
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No need for a NH permit.


   
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