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ok, i live in nj and want to get a CCW for PA. what are my options?
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ok, i live in nj and want to get a CCW for PA. what are my options?
Since NJ has a CC law you would need a NJ CC Permit to get a PA non-resident permit.

Go to Handgunlaw.us and click on PA for information. You could also go for VA or Fla non-resident permit. Fla would give the most states but also has a large back-up of applications.:bier:
 

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To be covered in PA, get the FL permit. It's worth the wait. The UT permit is less expensive, works in PA, but FL won't honor a non-resident permit.
 

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Tried to get the PA non-resident permit. Refused because I don't have a NJ carry permit. Nobody gets a NJ permit unless you are a big contributor to Corzine. I have the UT and FL non-resident permits, so I can carry in PA anyhow. Just wanted to get the PA permit because I'm planning to move there from NJ the day after I retire.
 

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will the hunters eduction course work for a training cert. for the florida permit.
If it has a signature on it. Also if you were ever in the military your DD 214 will work.


And, Florida is finally starting to catch up on their backlog, but I don't think either Florida or Utah are making their "60 day be law" deadlines yet. More like 90 days...
 

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Florida is definitely the way to go. Where are you in NJ? Contact me via PM or e-mail (see my profile) and I'll give you all the "insider" info.

Adios,

Pizza Bob<----also behind the iron curtain in the PRNJ
 

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As two others have mentioned, the FL permit is going to work for ya'.:yup:
The added prize here is that FL is one of about six states that will only recognize permits from states where you're a resident....BUT...if you have the FL permit, you'll be good to go when you visit here as a non-resident, and you couldn't find a better 'winter escape'.:danceban:
 

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thanks for all the info. great site and people....
Great! Welcome aboard. We hope you continue to become one of the active people who post here!
 

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