Driving the CCW I-75 gauntlet south to Ga.

This is a discussion on Driving the CCW I-75 gauntlet south to Ga. within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Originally Posted by JDE101 You might consider applying for a PA non-res permit, which would make you good to go in Georgia. Apply to Centre ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDE101 View Post
    You might consider applying for a PA non-res permit, which would make you good to go in Georgia. Apply to Centre County, PA and you should have the permit before Christmas. They have been taking a week to 10 days or so. here is the link:

    Centre County Government: Sheriff: License to Carry Firearm Application


    Have a safe trip.

    +1 get a permit otherwise the OP must carry locked away in the trunk because he is ineligible for the GA GFL
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDE101 View Post
    You might consider applying for a PA non-res permit, which would make you good to go in Georgia. Apply to Centre County, PA and you should have the permit before Christmas. They have been taking a week to 10 days or so. here is the link:

    Centre County Government: Sheriff: License to Carry Firearm Application

    Have a safe trip.
    Being new to this I am surprised at how easy it is to get one, but also glad! Not only does it add a state but as mentioned if for some reason my renewal for my Texas CHL becomes an issue the PA was is good here.

    Got to ask are there other states out there that are this simple?
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    Some CCW holders are perceived as being eager wannabe cops, wanting to help police people, getting involved by invading their territory for fame and glory, making police people leery of them, always on patrol and looking for trouble and an excuse to shoot, etc. Just random make-believe thoughts and possible scenarios and imagination on my part...and that of media people who already have their stories written, waiting to get the facts to fit their opinions about nuts with guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cohiba View Post
    Being new to this I am surprised at how easy it is to get one, but also glad! Not only does it add a state but as mentioned if for some reason my renewal for my Texas CHL becomes an issue the PA was is good here.

    Got to ask are there other states out there that are this simple?


    GA is easy but no non resident permits.....
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    It is simple to get a PA Non-Resident Permit/License. You can do it all by mail. Just click on CCW
    Application at the top right of this page and print out the application. Then:
    Completed and Signed Application must be accompanied by the following:
    1. A photo copy of a license to carry a firearm (concealed carry permit) from your home state if that state has a concealed carry law.
    2. A photo copy of your Driver's License.
    3. A self addressed stamped envelope.
    4. $26.00 fee for five year license and out of state processing. (Check/money order made out to
    Centre County Sheriff.)
    Mail to:
    Centre County Sheriff's Office
    213 East High Street1
    Bellefonte, PA16823
    Note: You have to have a permit from your home state if your home state issue permits. Unless you are
    from Illinois, Vermont or Wisconsin you have to have a permit from your home state. If your state is too
    restrictive and won’t issue you a permit you can not obtain a Non-Resident Pennsylvania Permit/License.
    That one will be going out today.

    CO gets me 28. CO + PA should get me 31 states, 33 if my NV non res comes through, and 35 if I go for FL or UT - 36 with both.

    Gods, I feel like it's a collecting hobby. I'll have to keep a separate wallet for the permits.

    I can see the out of state traffic stop now. "Just a minute officer, I know I'm legal, I just need to find the right card...I know it's in here (shuffle shuffle shuffle)...Ah, here we go."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cold Warrior View Post
    Christmas is coming and I have a Ohio CCW permit that is on computers, data available for all law-enforcement officers who might stop me and check my license. I prepare to drive the CCW I-75 gauntlet between Ohio and Georgia, hoping that I do not get stopped by or pestered by cops, especially by those few folks who are leery of armed civilians, possibly cutting into their territory and looking for fame and glory.
    Keep it no more than 5 to 7 over the limit and you'll be just fine.

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