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This is a discussion on PA & Non Resident permits/Honors More States within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by JD Might want to check on that, that's a state park IIRC, no carry in state parks I was referring to being ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    Might want to check on that, that's a state park IIRC, no carry in state parks
    I was referring to being able to carry in Pennsyalvania. I know I can't carry at Gettysburg National Military Park (which is federal land, under the control of the National Park Service, not a state park).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch View Post
    I was referring to being able to carry in Pennsyalvania. I know I can't carry at Gettysburg National Military Park (which is federal land, under the control of the National Park Service, not a state park).
    That's a national park? I thought it was state, maybe I'm thinking of the stuff in Philly. National makes alot more sense though.

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    Question PA and non-resident permits

    Does this mean my NY state permit will be honored in PA

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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    That's a national park? I thought it was state, maybe I'm thinking of the stuff in Philly. National makes alot more sense though.
    Yes, sir, Gettysburg is definitely a National Park, and is officially and legally a "gun-free zone". (except for the criminals, that is).


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    Quote Originally Posted by rmeron View Post
    Does this mean my NY state permit will be honored in PA
    NO , NY and PA do NOT have a Reciprocity agreement ,
    NY does not recognize PA permits , and NY does NOT
    issue nonresident permits.

    Your state sucks.

    Here is the link to the PA Attorney General Info..
    http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/crime.aspx?id=184

    However , PA will allow you to POSSESS a handgun in our
    state , and you CAN get a Nonresident PA carry license if you
    have an Unrestricted NY license.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AKsrule View Post

    However , PA will allow you to POSSESS a handgun in our
    state ,

    You mean, with a NY CHL, he can carry a loaded handgun in his car while in Pennsylvania.

    Isnt that what you meant to say?
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    I don't think it can be loaded, I thought it had to be locked in a case.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DocAmentler View Post
    Outstanding! We need more AG's like Mr. Corbett. Thank you for the news Mr. Slider.
    +1!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilchman View Post
    I don't think it can be loaded, I thought it had to be locked in a case.

    Who's post are you referring to?
    If its mine....

    As long as you hold a current CHL from ANY state, you can indeed carry a LOADED handgun only in your vehicle while in PA .

    Now if your states CHL is recognized by PA, you can also carry the firearm concealed on your person in PA also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Crunch View Post
    Yes, sir, Gettysburg is definitely a National Park, and is officially and legally a "gun-free zone". (except for the criminals, that is).
    What a coincidence - I just visited there today. There was a sign on the visitor's center door, saying no large bags, something else, something else, and no weapons.

    Bought one of those CDs for the Auto Tour, and drove around with my gun locked up in a TSA container in the way-back.

    Interesting anecdote on the CD - the cemetery (for which Cemetery Ridge was named) - had a "No Firearms" sign on it (yeah, I guess they had gun-free zones even back then!), which got knocked down by a Confederate cannonball. One of the Union Generals made the comment "It looks like that ordinance has been rescinded!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmarkob View Post
    What a coincidence - I just visited there today. There was a sign on the visitor's center door, saying no large bags, something else, something else, and no weapons.

    Bought one of those CDs for the Auto Tour, and drove around with my gun locked up in a TSA container in the way-back.

    Interesting anecdote on the CD - the cemetery (for which Cemetery Ridge was named) - had a "No Firearms" sign on it (yeah, I guess they had gun-free zones even back then!), which got knocked down by a Confederate cannonball. One of the Union Generals made the comment "It looks like that ordinance has been rescinded!"

    Have you been to Antietam yet?
    If you likes G-Burgh and Civil War history, you MUST take a day to fully explore Antietam .

    Its not a Tourist-ied up with monuments and signs and cement walkways everywhere like Gettysburgh.
    So you really get a feel for what Antietam was like back in the time of the 1860's

    Take a walk down the Sunken Road towards the Roulette farm and take a walk back in time. Everything at the Roulette farm is still kept in period and you can go into the buildings outside of the farm house.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sig229 View Post
    Who's post are you referring to?
    If its mine....

    As long as you hold a current CHL from ANY state, you can indeed carry a LOADED handgun only in your vehicle while in PA .

    Now if your states CHL is recognized by PA, you can also carry the firearm concealed on your person in PA also.
    My miss understanding then. I though if it was not recognized it couldn't be loaded in the car either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rmilchman View Post
    My miss understanding then. I though if it was not recognized it couldn't be loaded in the car either.
    Yeah, PA's laws are a bit confusing.
    They recognize any states CHL for car carry. But dont recognize that many sates for regular carry.

    Makes no sense to me.
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    Check this out. Just spoke with someone from the AG office this morning (6/18), they have changed their website as this thread states. Then he continued to say that as far as he knows the PSP have not changed their stance, and are not non resident permits from FL in PA.

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    Nicely timed for my summer visit to PA using my NH Non-Res permit!

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