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    Im new to this site and applying for my permit in Concord. I am looking for reasons to put or not to put on my app. Thaks in advance

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    Protection....is probably most common.
    States donít have rights. People do.

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    I always put down "For all lawful purposes".

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    The only reason I see to put in an app is to be protected in the time of being in a vehicle. If a license were not required for being in a car I would not have a license. I open carry pretty much all the time.

    In theory you are on record with the town as having a license and if they wanted to confiscate they'd have an "easier" time finding you. My license is from another town so I'm not too upset about that, however I hope by the time I renew the in car exception is removed.

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    doobie wrote:
    The only reason I see to put in an app is to be protected in the time of being in a vehicle. If a license were not required for being in a car I would not have a license. I open carry pretty much all the time.

    In theory you are on record with the town as having a license and if they wanted to confiscate they'd have an "easier" time finding you. My license is from another town so I'm not too upset about that, however I hope by the time I renew the in car exception is removed.
    You are required to notify, in writing, when moving to a different town.

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    nhsig220 wrote:
    doobie wrote:
    The only reason I see to put in an app is to be protected in the time of being in a vehicle. If a license were not required for being in a car I would not have a license. I open carry pretty much all the time.

    In theory you are on record with the town as having a license and if they wanted to confiscate they'd have an "easier" time finding you. My license is from another town so I'm not too upset about that, however I hope by the time I renew the in car exception is removed.
    You are required to notify, in writing, when moving to a different town.
    I went to the office and said I moved into town with a license. They ask, "Did I want to pay $10 for a new one?" I said no. They said then I didn't have to do anything. I said,"The RSA said I needed to inform you in writing." He took a piece of paper out of the trash handed it to me and a pen. I asked him what I should write on it. he said, "Just write 'I moved to the town with a pistol license from another city." I asked if I should put my name/addr on it. He said I didn't need to. I wrote that gave it to him and he threw it in the trash and said, "Considered yourself having informed us in writing."

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    doobie wrote:
    nhsig220 wrote:
    You are required to notify, in writing, when moving to a different town.
    I went to the office and said I moved into town with a license. They ask, "Did I want to pay $10 for a new one?" I said no. They said then I didn't have to do anything. I said,"The RSA said I needed to inform you in writing." He took a piece of paper out of the trash handed it to me and a pen. I asked him what I should write on it. he said, "Just write 'I moved to the town with a pistol license from another city." I asked if I should put my name/addr on it. He said I didn't need to. I wrote that gave it to him and he threw it in the trash and said, "Considered yourself having informed us in writing."
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    doobie wrote:
    nhsig220 wrote:
    doobie wrote:
    The only reason I see to put in an app is to be protected in the time of being in a vehicle. If a license were not required for being in a car I would not have a license. I open carry pretty much all the time.

    In theory you are on record with the town as having a license and if they wanted to confiscate they'd have an "easier" time finding you. My license is from another town so I'm not too upset about that, however I hope by the time I renew the in car exception is removed.
    You are required to notify, in writing, when moving to a different town.
    I went to the office and said I moved into town with a license. They ask, "Did I want to pay $10 for a new one?" I said no. They said then I didn't have to do anything. I said,"The RSA said I needed to inform you in writing." He took a piece of paper out of the trash handed it to me and a pen. I asked him what I should write on it. he said, "Just write 'I moved to the town with a pistol license from another city." I asked if I should put my name/addr on it. He said I didn't need to. I wrote that gave it to him and he threw it in the trash and said, "Considered yourself having informed us in writing."
    Gotta love NH!

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    concord211 wrote:
    Im new to this site and applying for my permit in Concord. I am looking for reasons to put or not to put on my app. Thaks in advance
    I got mine in Concord when I lived there. I put "for self-defense and all legal purposes." No problems at all. I did have to go to the PD on day 14 and ask if it was ready - it was. They do not inform you when it is ready.

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    I need to renew mine this month. I put "RSA 159; any lawful purpose on it".



    Happy Birthday, welcome to Concord!

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