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Old July 19th, 2015, 08:45 AM #21
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What's ambiguous? When you strip out the parts that don't apply, the law clearly states a license SHALL BE revoked.... The same would apply to someone who gets an LTCF as a PA resident, then moves out of state and can't/doesn't get a permit from their new state of residence.

If it's not ambiguous, then why is York one of, if not the only county that interprets the law that way?
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If it's not ambiguous, then why is York one of, if not the only county that interprets the law that way?
Why do some counties refuse to issue to non-residents? Why do some require "in county" references? Why was Philadelphia revoking licenses for things like parking tickets, or having your gun stolen?

The law is clearly written, just because offices are choosing not to spend resources enforcing it, doesn't make it "ambiguous".


Oh, and if you want to use a constitutional quote against permits in PA, our own constitution provides a better one than the second amendment to the US one.

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Article I, Section 21 of the Pennsylvania State Constitution states: "The right of the citizens to bear arms in defense of themselves and the State shall not be questioned."
Seems pretty clear to me that the whole LTCF process is unconstitutional.
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PA will no longer give a MD wear and carry permit holder a PA ccw if the maryland permit has ANY restrictions on it. Delaware county would not renew my PA ccw
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PA will no longer give a MD wear and carry permit holder a PA ccw if the maryland permit has ANY restrictions on it. Delaware county would not renew my PA ccw
Does that apply to all PA counties? The Sheriffs in PA have wide discretion in handling non resident permits. Some counties don't issue them at all.
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Link to this in any sites for the counties? I had no issues at all when I got my pa permit in Lancaster.

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Link to this in any sites for the counties? I had no issues at all when I got my pa permit in Lancaster.

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Same with me. All good in Lancaster.
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PA will no longer give a MD wear and carry permit holder a PA ccw if the maryland permit has ANY restrictions on it. Delaware county would not renew my PA ccw

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Letter from Delaware county Sherriff saying that the application for a new Pa ccw was turned down due to the restrictions on the back of the Maryland permit.
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I didn't give Adams Co a copy of the back of my MD Permit, they didn't ask. Don't know why it would matter.
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I didn't give Adams Co a copy of the back of my MD Permit, they didn't ask. Don't know why it would matter.
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