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    Mailed non resident application

    I sent my applications out yesterday for non resident permit for Connecticut and Massachusetts. Wonder how long and how it goes.

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    I can tell you CT took 40 days box to box when i sent it in Oct 2009.

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    I mailed mine on Monday for CT. It states 8 weeks, so we shall see.

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    Hey Cap Gun,
    I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but unless you are politically connected or are employed by a security firm of some sorts doing business in Massachusetts, there is no way on God's green earth you will receive a permit from Ma. Any money you sent I'm afraid is gone also, as everything is non-refundable. You should be alright with your Connecticut permit. I hold several permits, including one from your great state, Pa. I'm afraid you are going to find, Ma is a world unto itself. I sincerely wish that I would be wrong in this case, but I think you'll find I'm not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dootman View Post
    Hey Cap Gun,
    I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but unless you are politically connected or are employed by a security firm of some sorts doing business in Massachusetts, there is no way on God's green earth you will receive a permit from Ma. Any money you sent I'm afraid is gone also, as everything is non-refundable. You should be alright with your Connecticut permit. I hold several permits, including one from your great state, Pa. I'm afraid you are going to find, Ma is a world unto itself. I sincerely wish that I would be wrong in this case, but I think you'll find I'm not.

    Really? The MA website doesnt make it seem that difficult. Granted you have to pick it up in person...but the instructions seem simple enough...???

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    Really? The MA website doesnt make it seem that difficult. Granted you have to pick it up in person...but the instructions seem simple enough...???
    Would a person with a class A non resident concealed carry license issued to him or her by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts please step forward.

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    Here's at least one on this board...

    Class A Non-resident No Restrictions

    :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by dootman View Post
    Hey Cap Gun,
    I really hate to be the bearer of bad news, but unless you are politically connected or are employed by a security firm of some sorts doing business in Massachusetts, there is no way on God's green earth you will receive a permit from Ma. Any money you sent I'm afraid is gone also, as everything is non-refundable. You should be alright with your Connecticut permit. I hold several permits, including one from your great state, Pa. I'm afraid you are going to find, Ma is a world unto itself. I sincerely wish that I would be wrong in this case, but I think you'll find I'm not.

    I think I should at least ge the interview. They asked for a detailed explaination of why I wanted one. That can open up alot to consider if it is in writing. I hope to tell that in person. All I said was my reason was ..for all lawful purposes, including but not limited to protection. Also for future firearm training. ( I mentioned a place in Mass.)
    We'll see but I think I should get the interview!
    Again thanks all for your input.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CapGun View Post
    I think I should at least ge the interview. They asked for a detailed explaination of why I wanted one. That can open up alot to consider if it is in writing. I hope to tell that in person. All I said was my reason was ..for all lawful purposes, including but not limited to protection. Also for future firearm training. ( I mentioned a place in Mass.)
    We'll see but I think I should get the interview!
    Again thanks all for your input.
    I wish you the very best of luck, and please keep us posted of the progress. After reading the several posts on this subject, I must admit that I am totally flabbergasted to become aware of even a few people who have managed to obtain a Ma permit. Maybe little by little they are shifting gears. Believe me no one will be any more pleased than I if and when national reciprocity is adopted. Thanks to everyone for the feed back.

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    CT Non Resident permit time

    Received mine today, 39 days after mailing appllication in

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