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  1. #11
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    The only problem I see with the Centre County PA permit is it doesn't give you AL or Miss. I may look into getting a Utah NR permit and a Centre County PA just because of the cost factor.
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  3. #12
    Yes. I agree those are good states to have livng here in the South. I sent my NH app on July 29th and today Aug 10th they cashed my check. I'll let ya know when the permit arrives from NH.

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by symtron View Post
    Yes. I agree those are good states to have livng here in the South. I sent my NH app on July 29th and today Aug 10th they cashed my check. I'll let ya know when the permit arrives from NH.
    OMG!!!

    Guys,

    I got home today and the wifey tells me I have a letter from New Hampshire I almost passed out.

    I mailed my non resident permit application on July 29th. I saw the check was cashed on Aug 10th and today August 24th I have my brand new NH non resident pistol/revolver License in my sweaty fat hands!!!!

    Counting Weekends this is 26 days from the day I mailed it!!!!

    Amazing increase in time from what I've read here and other places. I bet the $100 fee slowed a lot of applications...

    Anyway to the New Hampshire State Dept of Safety personnel....THANK YOU !!!!!

    Bravo Zulu..

  5. #14
    It only took a week for me to get my LTC from Centre County.

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    Maybe NH with their price increase hired a few new people. 26 days is really good!
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    I wonder what happend to my NH application I send it in June 23rd with a certified check for $20 and haven't heard anything back at all. They passed that new fee after mine should have been recieved....
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  8. I would recommend either Utah or Florida as you get the most state coverage for your buck.
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    Aggressive1, they are probably still processing you... I sent my $20 in on July 1st... tried to post date everything and got it all returned with in about a week... So, not getting anything back yet is a good thing.

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    Thanks blume. I feel better. I should have sent them a personal check so I could see when they cashed it, but I thought sending it the way I did would help keep them from asking more another $80.
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  11. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by junglebob View Post
    You might want to consider a Utah NR permit, it will allow you to carry in Alabama and Mississippi and 27 other states, but not SC, which I guess is you home state. It doesn't give you Florida, but does give you Minnesota.
    I took a class here in Illinois by a Utah certified instructor. Cost is about $65 for the permit, good for 5 years and renewal is only $10. I've had a Pa license for several years and is good as Utah in surrounding states, except Ohio. Wisconsin is a concealed carry right denied state and Michigan doesn't honor non-resident permits and Iowa don't accept any other states permit.

    I'll have to agree the Centre County Pa folks give great service, are very helpful and courteous in answering questions, still issuing in less than 2 weeks even with more applications.

    Actually....WV is the ONLY neighboring state that accepts PA. NY, NJ, DE, MD and OH do not recognize PA.

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