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On October 19, 2019 at 12:54 PM, fishnut said:

Who cares? New Hampshire is constitutional  carry so everyone can carry open or concealed except for prohibited people no permit needed.

This is 100% true, and I'm pretty sure an NH NR permit does not give you access to additional states, so I don't know why this discussion continues.  

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On 10/15/2019 at 4:20 PM, dilbert1967 said:

I think the only thing that might have changed is that, for a short period of time, a NR New Hampshire permit holder was legally able to carry in PA but now you can't because of reciprocity changes. That was courtesy of Josh Shapiro, the PA Attorney General.  I don't think the paperwork changed.

Does PA honor any NR permits?

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On 10/15/2019 at 6:43 PM, NJSigfan said:

Since when is NR New Hampshire not recognized by PA?  According to yourstategunlaw.com its still accepted

Since Kathleen Kane Montgomery County #5403987.

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1 minute ago, 45Doll said:

Since Kathleen Kane #5403987.

Yes.  It was originally overlooked by the PA attorney general because one needed a license/permit in their home state to get a NH permit.  New Hampshire changed that requirement back in 2016 or 2017.  Shortly after that, nonresident reciprocity was revoked by the attorney general.

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6 minutes ago, father-of-three said:

Yes.  It was originally overlooked by the PA attorney general because one needed a license/permit in their home state to get a NH permit.  New Hampshire changed that requirement back in 2016 or 2017.  Shortly after that, nonresident reciprocity was revoked by the attorney general.

Yes, PA really should have sent their AG to prison sooner; it's a shame it took as long as it did.

They're not the only state to make that mistake.

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2 hours ago, deerpark said:

Does PA honor any NR permits?

I see

 

2 hours ago, 10X said:

Yes, PA really should have sent their AG to prison sooner; it's a shame it took as long as it did.

They're not the only state to make that mistake.

Ironically, it was Kathleen Kane's successor that shut down all non-resident permits in PA unless you had a permit from your own state.  If you had a NR permit from NH and you lived in NJ, you had a window of about 10 - 11 months in which you could legally carry in PA.

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On 10/20/2019 at 2:42 PM, Old Glock guy said:

This is 100% true, and I'm pretty sure an NH NR permit does not give you access to additional states, so I don't know why this discussion continues.  

Yup.  Ignant responses.  Lets all think before we speak 

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On 10/15/2019 at 9:13 PM, fishnut said:

My Non resident took 3 weeks if I remember correctly. 

When I moved up here my resident permit took 8 or 10 days. I picked it up while waiting in line to vote for trump while I was carrying! I'm definitely enjoying my freedom! 

Damn that long? Glad you are enjoying America!!

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On 3/22/2020 at 10:16 AM, carl_g said:

Wait... you don’t need a permit there now right? Did you move up there before the change?

No I moved up here after the state went to constitutional carry. I got my resident permit because it allows resaprocity with other states and allows me to carry in some parks in maine specifically Arcadia. 

 

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