Come on guys, we have to get this straight!
The statute itself references “permits from other states”, paraphrasing, not residents of those states! The PA AG’s office is the authority under the statute to enter into reciprocal agreements with other states or to determine in the absence of such agreement if any states permit requirements meet or exceed that of PA.
The PA AG’s office determines from which states permits are valid. If the AG states non-res permits are valid, contrary to any statutory provisions otherwise, the permits are by the authority given to the AG by the PA legislature, VALID.
Indeed the PSP can arrest you for having a non-res permit; they can also torture a confession out of you for knowingly violating this taboo of theirs. What I am saying is they are not
acting under the authority of law and such act would be a criminal.
Do anyone else agree with me on this point?