CT non-resident permit question

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    CT non-resident permit question

    Does anyone know if CT will issue a non-resident permit on a NY restricted permit?

    According to the documentation it says "You must hold a valid permit or
    license to carry a pistol or revolver issued by a recognized United States jurisdiction."

    Technically my NY restricted is a carry license but for target only.

    Now I do have my PA non-res carry permit so not sure if that would fly or not. I will also be applying for FL as well.

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    Yes it counts.

    The State Police may deny you; however, the Board of Firearm Permit Appeals has, to the best of my information, overruled them in the past at hearings.

    If they deny you, PM me.

    I've done BOFPA work before.

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    Ok, thank you.

    Do you think it would help if I also send along a copy my PA permit? Maybe I should get FL first as well and also send along a copy of that? I suppose it can't hurt.

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    A Friend of mine from WI got a non-res UT and then got a non-res CT on that. It may be no harm to send the non-res PA in case they refuse you. Good luck and keep us posted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastk9dad View Post
    Does anyone know if CT will issue a non-resident permit on a NY restricted permit?

    According to the documentation it says "You must hold a valid permit or
    license to carry a pistol or revolver issued by a recognized United States jurisdiction."


    Technically my NY restricted is a carry license but for target only.

    Now I do have my PA non-res carry permit so not sure if that would fly or not. I will also be applying for FL as well.
    If it's the "restricted" NY license that has you concerned, You could just send a copy of the PA LTCF....and that will qualify.

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    I got my prints taken today and have all my paperwork filled out along money orders and a crappy passport photo. I decided just to list my PA permit and not my restricted NY. Just need to get the papers notarized and then off in the mail it goes.

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    Start the clock. I just dropped it off at the post office.

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    I know you sent it out already but I have my PA non-res and my NY license was sufficient enough. Like you said, it's a CCW but is only restricted by county, so it is ok to use. I want to go for my CT next also.

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    I believe you have to take the Connecticut pistol class. When I took my class for MA at the S&W shooting center they offered us to stay late to also get a Connecticut certificate as the MA certificate would not be accepted in Connecticut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete480 View Post
    I know you sent it out already but I have my PA non-res and my NY license was sufficient enough. Like you said, it's a CCW but is only restricted by county, so it is ok to use. I want to go for my CT next also.
    It really depends what county you get your PA permit from. Centre county will issue on a restricted NY permit but other counties won't, I figured why take the chance with CT.

    You need to call the CT-DPS at (860) 685-8290 and have your packet sent to you. They don't require much, unlike NY. Hardest part for me was getting printed. NYSP said I need to have them taken in CT. So since I live on the border of CT I went to a local PD and did it there along with my FL prints.

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    Can't you take any NRA pistol course? Or is there a specific course for certain states.

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    Quote Originally Posted by southchatham View Post
    I believe you have to take the Connecticut pistol class. When I took my class for MA at the S&W shooting center they offered us to stay late to also get a Connecticut certificate as the MA certificate would not be accepted in Connecticut.
    CT wants the NRA basic pistol or equivalent (with supporting documentation). I needed to take that for my NY permit as well so already had the cert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fastk9dad View Post
    CT wants the NRA basic pistol or equivalent (with supporting documentation). I needed to take that for my NY permit as well so already had the cert.
    Where in NY do they make you take an NRA course? Just asking because I didn't think that was required for a target license.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete480 View Post
    Where in NY do they make you take an NRA course? Just asking because I didn't think that was required for a target license.
    Westchester.

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    you can apply for a 32 state cc license for 150$
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