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    Quote Originally Posted by cortchubby View Post
    This dynamic is an attempt by the anti gunners to quietly INFRINGE on my RIGHT to keep and bear arms.
    The 2A is violated if a state refuses to accept a mail-in application of a NON-RESIDENT for a carry permit?

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  3. "..I would suggest that all current holders of NR PA CCW contact PA legislature and complain about this.."

    Normally I would say it's good to contact legislators. But in a case like this, since you're not a PA voter they would not give a whit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZYISH View Post
    tried calling allentown for a non resident appl was told by the sherif they dont do non resident anymore anyone knows of a county in pa close to ny that i can go
    The only 2 that I have heard about recently are Bucks County and Centre County.
    While many claim to support the right, precious few support the practice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cortchubby View Post
    Oddly I disagree with you. NO WHERE in current PA law(correct me and POST the law if Im mistaken) does it mandate that is is required to appear for permit processing.
    From Centre County's page, linked below:
    License to Carry Firearms Applications Via Mail to be Discontinued on March 31, 2011
    As the result of requirements of Act 66, 2005, applicants must have their photo and signature captured electronically into our system. At this time there is no manner to complete these requirements without the personal appearance of the applicant.
    Emphasis added. I'll leave you to use your favorite search engine and look up Act 66.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cortchubby View Post
    Oddly I disagree with you. NO WHERE in current PA law(correct me and POST the law if Im mistaken) does it mandate that is is required to appear for permit processing. While this may appear as a 'desire' it is not based upon the precedent that previous permits were legally issued and obtained WITHOUT having to appear in person. This dynamic is an attempt by the anti gunners to quietly INFRINGE on my RIGHT to keep and bear arms. I fight at all costs to defend and protect my rights and the rights of others regarding guns and the 2nd Amendment,so I dont believe THAT is a desire.
    While you may interpret that as arrogant,it is the AGGRESSIVE Stance for permit holders thru out the US that is actually the point.
    I strongly feel that we as permitted people have an OBLIGATION to step to the plate to defend the rights of the people of the state of PA with regards to their ability to become CCW holders.I strongly believe that these rights are being infringed upon and I further believe it is our obligation to speak up about this and to complain or take what ever measures are needed to correct this.

    Thank you for your opposing opinion.

    ARMED in CHICAGO
    If you are that p i s s e d about it, then complain that you have to get a permit in the first place.
    "Democracy is two wolves and a lamb voting on what to have for lunch. Liberty is a well armed lamb contesting the vote."
    ~ Benjamin Franklin (maybe)

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    I called York County sheriff on 7/9 concerning the fee amount for NR PA CCW (LTFA) application and could I mail it in. They said $20.00 and yes mail was OK. Man I though I was home free..I mailed it the 10th, they signed for it the 13th and the sheriff's office called the 14th saying it was all good. But...they also said it was ready for pick up not mailed. It was really fast, was hoping it would have been mailed, Oh well it's only just over an hour away.

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    White Doberman Guest
    Quote Originally Posted by CRAZYISH View Post
    tried calling allentown for a non resident appl was told by the sherif they dont do non resident anymore anyone knows of a county in pa close to ny that i can go
    Called Sullivan County for a NR and they will not issue one unless you own property in the County. Isn't that the entire point of a non-resident permit?

    I too would like some help knowing where a 2A positive Sheriff in PA near NY would be to call or write.
    thank you.

  10. #19

    i did mine

    Go to bucks county fast and easy

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    White Doberman Guest
    Thank you CRAZYISH. I will try them next week and let you know the result.

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