This is a discussion on Member from New York within the New Members Introduce Yourself forums, part of the DefensiveCarry.com Forum Office category; Originally Posted by NYCMedic Hi. I'm the gun owner in NY. So, you're the one... Welcome to CombatCarry......
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Welcome from Long Island.
Do you live in NYC or just work there? If you live outside NYC you HAVE a carry permit and for another $20 you can get one issued based on your NY one from NH that will also be honored in PA.
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hello from the buffalo ny area i have had a ccw permit since 1979 and carry a 38 detective special in a alessi holster since then, it seems that it is the best fit for me ( not being in the aggressive role as a police officer but in a defensive personal protection one) having been drawn 3 times with more than adaquate results
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PER THE NY STATE POLICE WEB SITE AND APPLYING TO ALL PERMITS OUTSIDE NYC
Q - What section of the Penal Law authorizes the placing of restrictions on pistol permits by the issuing authority?
The Penal Law does not specifically authorize the placing of restrictions on pistol permits. However, court decisions have consistently supported the ability of licensing officials to impose these restrictions. Such an imposition is an administrative function of the licensing officer.
Licensees in violation of these restrictions would therefore not be subject to criminal prosecution but would face action being taken by the court of issuance in the form of suspension or possible revocation of the license.
Welcome to the best forum on ccw! Hope you enjoy it here.
If you also want to keep up with more local (Northeast US) issues and events, feel free to stop by and check out the link below. We have a few people from CT and a few from NY, always looking for more good folks and the forum is modeled after the civil discourse that occurs here at CC.
LenS: Thanks for the invitation. I will check it out!
Musketeer: I was aware of that, BUT, once you loose your permit you will not be able to own another handgun in NY. I may not like the system but if I want to live here Iíll work with it. Once I get the workplace security permit Iíll be a major step closer to a full carry permit.