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Old 02-24-2013, 05:51 PM   #11
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Good luck, you'll need a real good attorney and lots of time and money.The end result will be the same.I'm an FFL in NY state for 20 yrs.I've had a carry permit for almost 27 years.I know of no one given a non resident carry permit, other than a Leo.

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Old 02-24-2013, 06:58 PM   #12
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New York does not issue non resident pistol permits. I've never seen anything in NY penal law that prohibits it, but there is no provision in the application process for a non resident to apply. In NY, to apply for a pistol permit, one must meet the requirements at the state and county level. Every county has a requirement that one must have been a resident of that particular county for X amount of time (usually six months to a year) to meet the application requirements. That right there eliminates non residents from applying. Some counties (read very few if any these days) will allow persons who received their licenses as NY residents retain them with a change of address when they move out of state. With the new law(s) here in NY that will require permit renewals every five years, I believe these will become even rarer than they are now.

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Old 02-24-2013, 07:00 PM   #13
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and you'll need a permit for every county line you intend to cross as a resident.
Incorrect... NY state pistol permits are issued at the county level but are valid statewide except for the five boroughs of NYC.
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Well well well! It is getting interesting. I am an attorney licensed in TX and I have never even thought of becoming licensed elsewhere. I wonder how the reception would be to an out of state attorney that wanted an out of state permit/license to carry in NY? Sometime this next week I will pull the NY statutes governing their permits and see what I can dig up. Will also look at some case law just to see what the stance has been and what reasoning they used. This really may get interesting. Thanks for the info and I will post back what I find.

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Please do... You'd likely be interested in starting with NY penal law article 400.00

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best suggestion is to stay away from NY the communist state of......... I've had a CCW for 32 years and now facing the option of felony charges if I do not comply with the "SAFE" act. Don't come here, don't spend any money here, don't stay at NY hotels, eat at restaurants, buy gas, etc.

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Vacation in Vermont instead, then you don't need to worry about a permit!

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I've had a CCW for 32 years and now facing the option of felony charges if I do not comply with the "SAFE" act.
The "Safe Act" is a joke...
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The "Safe Act" is a joke...
Its no joke its a real breach of civil rights. No different than that upstanding democrat bull conner trying to beat back equality for blacks
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