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    Getting CCW in PA - Delay when newly moving to state?

    I heard there is a 90 day wait period when newly moving to PA when applying for a CCW. I then heard that you can get around this wait period by immediately registoring to vote...is this true?

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    The Uniform Firearms Act says nothing about a 90-day waiting period. Any waiting period established by a county sheriff would be illegal.

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    You other concealed handgun permit(s) are probably accepted by PA check the AG's reciprocity page.

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    all you need to prove is residency. certain sheriffs, like the Monroe County sheriff, requires that you prioved tax information to prove residency, which is illegal, but many sub,it to the demand; Monroe County has a high number of transplants from NY and NJ. as long as you have a PA driver's ID, or at least have an address in PA, you qualify for a PA LTCF.
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