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Old April 17th, 2018, 12:03 AM #31
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Well that sucks. Is this a mandate or a new law? Is it to be reviewed or once the ink dries, it's as good as cast in stone?
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Attention-PA no longer recognizes any NR CCW permit

I had to reread the OP a few times to understand because NR (non-resident) was abbreviated.

It would be clearer to say Pennsylvania will now recognize permits from certain other states ONLY if you are a resident of that state.

If you live in Maryland, you can always apply for a PA permit, except in Lancaster County, which apparently is no longer issuing non-resident permits.

https://co.lancaster.pa.us/372/Firearms-Unit
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Old April 17th, 2018, 12:37 AM #33
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Well that’s a big ball of awful.
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I had to reread the OP a few times to understand because NR (non-resident) was abbreviated.

It would be clearer to say Pennsylvania will now recognize permits from certain other states ONLY if you are a resident of that state.

If you live in Maryland, you can always apply for a PA permit, except in Lancaster County, which apparently is no longer issuing non-resident permits.

https://co.lancaster.pa.us/372/Firearms-Unit
Wow. When I went two months ago they merely wouldn't issue to Maryland permit holders that had restricted permits. Now it's even worse. I have no doubt more counties will go this route.

Wtf happened to them
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Wow. When I went two months ago they merely wouldn't issue to Maryland permit holders that had restricted permits.
For what it's worth, the Adams County (Gettysburg) sheriff didn't seem to mind the usual "while doing business" restrictions on my MD permit. This was just over a month ago.
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For what it's worth, the Adams County (Gettysburg) sheriff didn't seem to mind the usual "while doing business" restrictions on my MD permit. This was just over a month ago.
Yeah that's where I got my permit.
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I had to reread the OP a few times to understand because NR (non-resident) was abbreviated.

It would be clearer to say Pennsylvania will now recognize permits from certain other states ONLY if you are a resident of that state.

If you live in Maryland, you can always apply for a PA permit, except in Lancaster County, which apparently is no longer issuing non-resident permits.

https://co.lancaster.pa.us/372/Firearms-Unit
No one else expressed any difficulty with comprehension.
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