this should cover it
just click on the blue PA link and it'll take you to the info.
This is a discussion on Summary of do's and don'ts in PA? within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I'll be traveling to PA next month and from the looks of it they have reciprocity with FL (cool!) but, I tried searching around on ...
I'll be traveling to PA next month and from the looks of it they have reciprocity with FL (cool!) but, I tried searching around on their site for more info as to do's and don'ts in PA and couldn't really find much (if it was there I missed it).
Can someone post a quick summary of what to avoid or not do while carrying in PA?
Can't take your weapon to schools and courts. No license is needed to open carry in PA, with the exception of Philadelphia. If you can't avoid Philly you need a license to open carry there.
The previous posted link sums it up and is current for whats "on the books".
On reciprocity here is the agreement: http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/uploa...0Agreement.pdf that is found here: Crime: Protecting Pennsylvania Against Crime - Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General
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The Pennsylvania Firearm Owners Association site (pafoa.org) has some good info. Check the stickies at the top of this page: Concealed & Open Carry
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