non resident PA. lic question ? in N.C.


flintforever

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I have a non-resident CCP PA.
I also have a CCP for n.y.c. and the state on n.y.(retired law enforcement)
I like to ask does n.c. honor non-resident permits? PA.
I know n.y. permits are not reciprocated in n.c.
I have a part time residents in n.c. and spend at least 6 months out of the year in n.c.
I know S.C I am legal as long as the firearm is concealed in the veh: glove box console and doesn't have to be in view
I thought I just ask the pro's
 

PolarBear

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I have a non-resident CCP PA.
I also have a CCP for n.y.c. and the state on n.y.(retired law enforcement)
I like to ask does n.c. honor non-resident permits? PA.
I know n.y. permits are not reciprocated in n.c.
I have a part time residents in n.c. and spend at least 6 months out of the year in n.c.
I know S.C I am legal as long as the firearm is concealed in the veh: glove box console and doesn't have to be in view
I thought I just ask the pro's

I am not sure about the non-resident permit from PA but NC does honor a standard PA permit. I would call the SBI or the local SO in NC to obtain a current copy of all permits honored by the state.

You may also want to look into getting a NC permit. If you live here 6 months out of the year, you may qualify as a resident.
 

NCjones

New member
I believe HR 218 covers retired law enforcement officers.
"The bill exempts qualified active and retired law enforcement officers from local and State
prohibitions on the carrying of concealed firearms."


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If you have retired in good standing you would be "qualified" under the bill.
 

mrjam2jab

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There are only 6 states that require the permit holder to be a resident of the state the permit is issued from: Colorado, Florida, Maine, Michigan, New Hampshire and South Carolina.
 

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