Need help in determing appropriate non-res permit

Need help in determing appropriate non-res permit

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    Need help in determing appropriate non-res permit

    Hi everyone, I'm in a little bit of a pickle I'm hoping someone could help me with. Here's the scoop...I had an AZ permit when I lived there. Dec of last year, I left AZ and moved to MI. Had to get a MI license because I was applying for jobs there. Never went through with the application process because I knew I'd only be living there for a few months. In June, I moved to CO. I never applied for a permit here because I didn't have the $$ to take the class AND pay for the application (they didn't accept my AZ license to waive the course). Now, as many know, I'm moving to Texas where I have to be a resident for 6 months before I can apply then wait another 6 months to even get the permit.

    I've been researching non-res options so I can not wait anxiously for a Texas permit. In PA, you must have a current license AND must appear in person for most counties. I can't really afford to fly out to PA to appear in person for a LTCF application.

    Are there any non-res permits that Texas accepts that I won't have to appear locally AND don't require a current permit?
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    Click on the maps to the left on the link. PA can be obtained by mail. See next link. http://www.handgunlaw.us/documents/N...entPermits.pdf
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    I'd check out Utah... seems very cost effective and there are Utah approved instructors in Texas... (~$65 to apply, $10 to renew with NO RENEWAL CLASS)

    Plus it's widely accepted...

    Just my $0.02

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    SP, which county? I called 3 or 4 and they all told me I needed to appear in person.
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    Was it Centre County that you could get in the mail with in like 3 weeks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by pcon View Post
    SP, which county? I called 3 or 4 and they all told me I needed to appear in person.
    Centre County...............

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    so if i can't get one NJ, i can't get a non res in PA?

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    Pcon, if you go to page 10 of the second link right at the top is the address and phone # for Center County.
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    Centre County also requires a photocopy of a current CCW if the state has concealed laws. Since Colorado is considered a "shall issue" state, it's required according to Denny Nau's Site (where the receptionist pointed me for info on applying for a non-res permit)
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    Looks like you're back to Utah..........

    http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/doc...tstate_062.pdf

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    Utah is probably the most widely accepted, and easiest to get. I'd start there.

    Plus....we can use the revenue
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    Utah is probably the most widely accepted, and easiest to get. I'd start there.

    Plus....we can use the revenue
    ha! couldn't we all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by pcon View Post
    Centre County also requires a photocopy of a current CCW if the state has concealed laws. Since Colorado is considered a "shall issue" state, it's required according to Denny Nau's Site (where the receptionist pointed me for info on applying for a non-res permit)
    I would email the Sheriff on this one, he's very quick to respond I don't think this is correct. I live in Illanoy and I don't have a CCW permit from my state and I got an out of state CCW permit from them. I emailed the Sheriff and he said i checkmark YES to the box where it asks if i have a permit from another state since I have my FOID card from Illinois.

    I would email him and see what he has to say directly on this one.
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    Try Profire (training@profire.usa) or Rocky Mtn Gun Owners for a class for a Utah permit.

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    pcon, TX recognizes a VA non-resident permit. Application can be made by mail, no in person requirements in VA. Permit has to be approved or denied in 45 days. See link below for info and forms for application:

    Virginia State Police - Nonresident Concealed Handgun Permits

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