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noticed Sb 75 from 2015 --- who does safety classes like this?


Regular Member
Oct 10, 2007
Plainville, CT
This bill was introduced by a legislator who had a NRA Pistol Instructor whispering in his ear. The NRA is about to go to a blended learning format and half or more of the current class will be taken as an online class. Google NRA Blended Training and you can read all about it.....


Regular Member
Sep 27, 2006
Cherry Tree (Indiana County), Pennsylvania, USA
Pennsylvania requirements for a gun purchase (long gun, shotgun, handgun):

* Pay cash or plastic.
* Take your new toy home.

Pennsylvania requirements for a license to carry (concealed, or in a vehicle):

* Fill out a one-page application at your County Sheriff's office.
* Pay $20.00.
* Get your license. Some places issue on-the-spot, some take a little longer (45-day maximum allowed).

Pennsylvania requirements for a license to carry openly:

* Doesn't exist. No license is required for open carry (except in Philadelphia).

Safety training requirements? None.
Hands-on training requirements? None.
Doctor's certification? None.
Letters of recommendation? None.
Fingerprint requirements? None.

And, at last count, over 1,044,632 people have Pennsylvania licenses (roughly 10.9% of the adult population).