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Old April 16, 2018, 11:12 PM   #2
Aguila Blanca
Join Date: September 25, 2008
Location: CONUS
Posts: 14,815
To add to the difficulty, a few years ago Pennsylvania changed it's regulations so that now even out-of-staters applying for a non-resident license to carry firearms (LTCF - PA doesn't call it a "permit") must appear in person so the issuing office can take their photograph and "capture" their signature digitally to include on the license. Issue is through county sheriffs (except in Philadelphia), and each sheriff has his/her own policies. Some won't issue to non-residents. Others will accept a mailed application, but you still have to show up in person to have your photo taken and sign before they'll actually issue the license.

If you want to apply for a non-resident permit, be sure to call ahead. You might save a wasted trip.
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