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Old June 4th, 2019, 11:44 AM #21
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As far as I know, PA has NO handgun restrictions. The only restrictions are HOW you can carry one in public. I know it's a matter of semantics, but it can be confusing.
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Old June 4th, 2019, 11:45 AM #22
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They do issue non resident permits if you have a permit from you home state.


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I also recall some with MD CCW with restrictions not able to get PA CCW. But I could be wrong. Any fact to this?
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I also recall some with MD CCW with restrictions not able to get PA CCW. But I could be wrong. Any fact to this?


I think someone else mentioned that some counties in PA were being difficult regarding this but they just went to another county and had no issues


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Since reciprocity was cancelled, not restricted, I no longer have a dog in this fight. Sorry all.

Full disclosure I was taking groups of dems horseback riding and four wheeling on the trails up there and concealment was necessary. Oh well.
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One could argue 4 sides, almost surrounding PA.

Only the little sliver of West By God Virginia pan handle is freedom loving, Ohio can be onerous in its own right.

Ohio is much more free than New York, New Jersey, or Maryland.



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Substantial restrictions on handguns , or those who don't have a LTC .

They can Open Carry, but only as far as they can walk .Their list of approved destination to transort by vehicle is even shorter than Md's .

My understanding is that the transport restrictions don't apply to the holder of any valid carry permit. Thus, while I may no longer carry concealed with my Utah permit, I may carry my sidearm in my vehicle on that Utah permit. Upon exiting the vehicle, I would have to open carry.

That's my understanding, and I haven't put it to the test. I am not a Philadelphia Lawyer. I warn anyone reading this to go to official Pennsylvania sources before carrying there.

http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/pennsylvania.pdf

https://www.psp.pa.gov/firearms-info...nsylvania.aspx
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Ohio is much more free than New York, New Jersey, or Maryland.






My understanding is that the transport restrictions don't apply to the holder of any valid carry permit. Thus, while I may no longer carry concealed with my Utah permit, I may carry my sidearm in my vehicle on that Utah permit. Upon exiting the vehicle, I would have to open carry.

That's my understanding, and I haven't put it to the test. I am not a Philadelphia Lawyer. I warn anyone reading this to go to official Pennsylvania sources before carrying there.

http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/pennsylvania.pdf

https://www.psp.pa.gov/firearms-info...nsylvania.aspx


You are correct with one exception. If you want to OC in Philadelphia you have to have a PA LTCF or one that they recognize. OC everywhere else is GTG with no permit required.
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Yup. Good point. Philadelphia is a "City of the First Class," and is permitted to pass more restrictive carry laws. They are notoriously hostile to those who legally carry.
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Yes , But .......

People who aren't already knowledgeable gun enthusiasts in advance can get jammed up .
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