Non-Res PA....wow...FAST

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    Non-Res PA....wow...FAST

    My dad needed to get legal so he could carry in Ga so I told him to get a non-res from PA after seeing the link here. He mailed it off on the 10th from SC and received it today. Now that's fast... 9 days total.
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    That's great! I live in Pa and it took me a month for my local PD to sign off on my background check. I'm not really sure why considering it only takes 45 seconds to run one.

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    Must have been Centre County. Sheriff Nau and his team are incredibly efficient.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GunnyBunny View Post
    Must have been Centre County. Sheriff Nau and his team are incredibly efficient.
    Yep....that's where he sent it.
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    GEEZE! I LIVE in monroe county and it took 36 days of the 45 day period to get mine!
    Congrats on the turn around time!
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    Yep, I got mine there too... He's a stand-up guy ...wish there were more sheriff's like him around...
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    Send him our congrat...now that's what we're talkin' 'bout...9 days.
    (Actually, it should only take about 15 minutes, but 9 days is better than most.)
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    I'm in SC also, and got my PA non-res permit a few weeks ago w/ about the same turnaround time. Also, it's only $26 for 5 years. That's hard to beat.

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    i plan on getting my PA non resident when i go to PA this month just to have more than my GA
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    That is indeed fantastic, especially for a non-resident permit! Nine days- yeah, the folk(s) who did the processing most certainly deserve a BIG round of applause.

    We have a 30-day period in which they are to issue a CPL for residents here in Washington- I'm on day 30...

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshe View Post
    That's great! I live in Pa and it took me a month for my local PD to sign off on my background check. I'm not really sure why considering it only takes 45 seconds to run one.
    Montgomery County has one of the handful of Sheriffs that like to make the process more difficult than it needs to be. Your local PD has nothing to do with the background check. That's done by PICS. The PA Instant Check System.

    Quote Originally Posted by SteveinNEPA View Post
    GEEZE! I LIVE in monroe county and it took 36 days of the 45 day period to get mine!
    Congrats on the turn around time!
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    I'm in Bucks County. If I were to apply to the Sheriff's Office at the County Courthouse in Doylestown, Sheriff Donnelly would have my LTCF in my hand in about 15 minutes. If I go to one of the satellite offices, it might take as much as a week, but probably only a few days. That's how it goes in most of PA. There's no reason for issuance to take more than a week.
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    Congrats! I got my PA non-res permit several months ago from Centre County, and it only took about 12-14 days. We sent my wife's app in about a week after, and hers came back in just over a week. The sheriff there does a GREAT job! Congrats to him as well!
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    I just got my PA permit. Took 11 days, but that was with the Vet's Day mail holiday in the mix. Centre County, very fast indeed. That's faster than my local resident permit process that I dropped off in person. Thumbs up to Sheriff Nau and his folks!

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