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Old May 6th, 2021, 10:39 AM #31
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I just booked a class, thanks again everyone for all the info and discussion.
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Old May 6th, 2021, 02:24 PM #32
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I do not believe PA accepts any NR permit.

I have been incorrect in the past. I am sure someone else will chime in as well


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You’re still correct. Amazingly, an illegal act by a now convicted felon stands as the law of the land in PA.
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Old May 12th, 2021, 02:19 PM #33
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You don't need a special class for Florida. Just a safety class that contains live fire such as NRA Basic Pistol or even the Md HQL.

Not sure why people fall for the old "Multi state" class advertisements. There is no multi state class, states just accept training from various places.

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I have a Utah permit but I got it years ago so I don’t remember if there were fingerprints or not. How much of a PITA is getting fingerprints now in a post Covid world for a AZ or FL non resident permit if I wanted those as well?
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I have a Utah permit but I got it years ago so I don’t remember if there were fingerprints or not. How much of a PITA is getting fingerprints now in a post Covid world for a AZ or FL non resident permit if I wanted those as well?
Check around to different counties for that. If they don't do it now they probably will in a few months.
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Old June 14th, 2021, 04:34 PM #36
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I thought I had seen the West Virginia one that is going to be accepted by PA. So PA state law prohibits all out of state permits, unless they will issue you their own NR permit, even though MD issues so little permits?

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I just had a bunch of family move to Delaware, so I'll be visiting them often. There's permit-less open carry there, but it doesn't look like there's many locals near them that do so and I don't want to stick out if I can help it. So I was thinking of getting a Utah permit, but now West Virginia is going to issue non-resident permits starting in July. I don't see any info yet on what WV's application process will be (mail/online, in-person, etc) and it looks to be that any NRA-certified safety course with live fire will meet the training requirement. I'm guessing the Utah course would satisfy that requirement if I needed it to down the road. EDIT: Not true, looks like UT is classroom-only, no live fire.

So after that long-winded preamble, I'm looking for opinions on whether I should wait for the WV permit to go live, or just get the Utah right now and re-evaluate at renewal time?
Would recommend Maine NR- I sent off for mine for the future- I have family in DE as well. No prints required and simpler training requirement.
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the WV permit requirements seem reasonable, so it should be fine.

All persons applying for a license must complete a training course in handling and firing a handgun, which includes the actual live firing of ammunition by the applicant. The successful completion of any of the following courses fulfills this training requirement: Provided, That the completed course includes the actual live firing of ammunition by the applicant:

(1) Any official National Rifle Association handgun safety or training course;

(2) Any handgun safety or training course or class available to the general public offered by an official law-enforcement organization, community college, junior college, college or private or public institution or organization or handgun training school utilizing instructors certified by the institution;

(3) Any handgun training or safety course or class conducted by a handgun instructor certified as such by the state or by the National Rifle Association;

(4) Any handgun training or safety course or class conducted by any branch of the United States military, reserve or National Guard or proof of other handgun qualification received while serving in any branch of the United States military, reserve or National Guard.
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You’re still correct. Amazingly, an illegal act by a now convicted felon stands as the law of the land in PA.
Can you elaborate for my ignorant self?
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Can you elaborate for my ignorant self?
The old AG unilaterally changed all reciprocity agreements to put in that caveat, even though PA law didn't require it statutorily.
She (Kathleen Kane) was convicted of perjury, obstruction of justice
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