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  1. Ma ltc

    I got my MA LTC a couple of months ago and the expiration is 2017.

    So I think the above comments are correct with the $100 fee but it is not yearly.

    At least that is the way I am reading it.

    Jim

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  3. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by mrjim View Post
    I got my MA LTC a couple of months ago and the expiration is 2017.

    So I think the above comments are correct with the $100 fee but it is not yearly.

    At least that is the way I am reading it.

    Jim
    Non-Res is yearly. But it works out better that way since most non-res get a T&H restriction on the first go around. Curiosity, is this your first LTC and is is restricted?

  4. snatale42

    Re: non-res that makes sense.

    Yes this is my first LTC, class A no restrictions.

    Thanks
    Jim

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjim View Post
    Re: non-res that makes sense.

    Yes this is my first LTC, class A no restrictions.

    Thanks
    Jim
    Congrats man, all ways good to hear when Mass DOESN'T screw with people.

  6. I got ahold of the Arizona office and they stated my NY permit is not enough on its own for a non rez permit. I need an acceptable training class.
    SO, I am taking the NRA pistol class this weekend, which is acceptable and mailing my app in monday.

    Anyone know what the gun laws are for Illinois if I happen to drive through on my way west?

  7. #16
    Quote Originally Posted by mrjim View Post
    I got my MA LTC a couple of months ago and the expiration is 2017.
    So I think the above comments are correct with the $100 fee but it is not yearly.

    Jim
    Although you failed to fill out your profile your apparently a MA resident.

    MA Resident LTC $100 valid for 6 years
    MA Non-Resident LTC $100 valid for 1 year

  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by crisco View Post
    I got ahold of the Arizona office and they stated my NY permit is not enough on its own for a non rez permit. I need an acceptable training class.
    SO, I am taking the NRA pistol class this weekend, which is acceptable and mailing my app in monday.
    Didn't you take an NRA approved class for your current permit? Unless AZ has an in state only BS rule like MA does you can send in the same cert. Please fill out your profile I'm going on the assumption that your a NY resident due to the NY permit.


    Anyone know what the gun laws are for Illinois if I happen to drive through on my way west?
    Ya, 100% no CCW. Travel per FOPA, Locked Up, Unloaded, Inaccessible. Get through that state and don't stop if you don't have to!

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    The gun laws in Illinoisistan are only slightly less restrictive than those in mainland China. Follow federal transport laws to the letter if you are transporting a handgun, especially in the Chicago metro area and do not make any unnecessary stops. The local police will most likely be less educated than the State Police so it wouldn't hurt to carry a copy of the Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986, especially the Safe Passage Provision contained therein. It states, in part, to keep the Firearm in a locked case other than the glove compartment or console with the ammunition stored in a separate container, both of which must be inaccessible from the passenger compartment. If in an SUV or other vehicle that does not have a trunk, it must be out of reach of the occupants. Do not have any ammunition on your person or within your reach or you may be in violation.

  10. #19
    Quote Originally Posted by snatale42 View Post
    Didn't you take an NRA approved class for your current permit? Unless AZ has an in state only BS rule like MA does you can send in the same cert. Please fill out your profile I'm going on the assumption that your a NY resident due to the NY permit.
    I was surprised to hear that too. It seems that NY Penal 400.00 only requires residents of Westchester County to have training to obtain a permit. Go figure.

    Quote Originally Posted by BIGJOHN621 View Post
    The gun laws in Illinoisistan are only slightly less restrictive than those in mainland China. Follow federal transport laws to the letter if you are transporting a handgun, especially in the Chicago metro area and do not make any unnecessary stops. The local police will most likely be less educated than the State Police so it wouldn't hurt to carry a copy of the Firearm Owners Protection Act of 1986, especially the Safe Passage Provision contained therein. It states, in part, to keep the Firearm in a locked case other than the glove compartment or console with the ammunition stored in a separate container, both of which must be inaccessible from the passenger compartment. If in an SUV or other vehicle that does not have a trunk, it must be out of reach of the occupants. Do not have any ammunition on your person or within your reach or you may be in violation.
    FOPA does not require separation of ammo from firearm.

  11. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    I was surprised to hear that too. It seems that NY Penal 400.00 only requires residents of Westchester County to have training to obtain a permit. Go figure.
    Makes sense now that I think about it, why require training to own something you can never carry or use

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