19 January 2012
PA non-resident LTC info
While participating in a discussion on OFCC's FB page, i was reminded of something forgotten.

Three months ago, emails had been sent to both Beaver and Lawrence Cty. Sheriffs in Pennsylvania, for clarification of the "references" portion of the application. Since those are the bordering counties closest to me, i'm going to need this info in the future right? Besides, people ask me how to get a PA *LTC (License To Carry) all the time.

Neither Sheriff bothered to reply ...

Also, neither of the Sheriffs websites had posted that the references from the respective counties HAVE to be a resident of the county you are applying in. Well, after checking both websites the other night, it seems that both have updated to answer my question. I contacted Gary Slider to inform him of this, and he has taken some screenshots of various PA Sheriff's websites to update the Pennsylvania portion of Handgunlaw.us. The update should be in effect tomorrow.

Finding residents in a neighboring states county could be a real pain-in-the-ass ...

*Pennsylvania issues a License To Carry a firearm. It's just what it means. An LTC to carry as you see fit.

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posted by Johnnyreb™ at 11:49 AM | Permalink |


At January 19, 2012 at 1:28 PM, Blogger Sean D Sorrentino

The license in PA is called a "License To Carry Firearms," or LTCF. The "f" on the end is important. It allows you to carry a firearm concealed, or in your car, or openly in Philly, or at all during a State of Emergency.


At January 19, 2012 at 2:27 PM, Blogger Johnnyreb™

Thanks for having my back Sean. Leaving that out wasn't intentional, it just slipped my mind.


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