NY non-resident permit,do or dont they exist?

Discussion in 'Concealed Carrying & Personal Protection' started by REDMIST89, May 26, 2012.

  1. REDMIST89

    REDMIST89 New Member

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    As a native NYers i must a few times a year make that 350 mile drive up to see my family,now im a PA LTCF holder and carry when im anywhere in my home state of PA and states with reciprocity,but when i go to ny,i gotta leave the poor thing home :(...now on a site thats been posted here many many times,it says that NY Does issue non-resident ccw/carry permits..but uppon calling the county office up in the area i lived i was told that NY doesnt,so my question is when/if i ever decide to tackle the challange of getting a NY carry permit/ccw(i hear a much more involved process compared to pa) so i can carry up into NY...do they even offer them to non residents? and if so are those like special circumstance ones or can anyone get them?
     
  2. PlaysWithZombies

    PlaysWithZombies New Member

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    I looked into it for myself some time ago, and as i understand it if you aren't Military or LE and don't maintain a permenent residence in NY you're SOL
     

  3. REDMIST89

    REDMIST89 New Member

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    damn well..the idea was there lol,oh well guess my gun just wont see NY soil.
     
  4. rifleman1

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    www.carryconcealed.net check here i dont know if it will help or not.according to this non resident does not exsist
     
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  6. REDMIST89

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    honestly it was just an idea that id do if it could be done with out alot of hassle and expense,but knowing NY(grew up there till 21) they make things 20x harder/more expensive than it needs to ever be..and idont know any senetors so i guess i'll just deal with being unarmed in NY borders
     
  7. dog2000tj

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    In NYS I believe it is the Sheriff's Dept that issues permits, so if you were going to brown nose up to anyone for a permit I would start there ;)
     
  8. REDMIST89

    REDMIST89 New Member

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    haha me and law enforcement arent exactly the best of buds..in fact their that "friend" who talks sh!t and steals stuff from you behind your back.
     
  9. jeepejeep

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    There are no non-resident CCW permits in NYS. They do not recognize any other CCW permits from any other State either. If you're not LEO do NOT try to carry here. I hate this liberal Stinkhole!
     
  10. REDMIST89

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    yup..thats why i got the hell out!..that and the BEST job i could get was min wage kmart job...yaaa that supports me :mad: and oh ik not to carry across NY state lines,im not risking a 5-10 in a state penn just cuz i wanna be armed..hell i risk being in handcuffs anyway everytime as it is due to ALOT of outstanding tickets/court cases up there haha
     
  11. WilliamTF

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    Their hard asses there. I was informed by the state police in Broome county , there was no legal way for me for me to transport a handgun in any condition through the fine state of NY without risking being thrown in jail. Thing is if I weren't already a CCW holder and stopped they would prob never know. What the hell happened to the second amendment in NY state? Well at least the cops and criminals can protect themselves.
     
  12. PanBaccha

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    New York City has always been notoriously against self-defense even in fist fights against muggers who got hurt in the process. NYPD always arrests the victim in such a case instead of the perps. Now imagine with weapons. I was born and raised in NYC (Harlem) and I hate the political hypocrisies there; truly a judicial scale that tips their way. Residents and hard-working, quiet tax-payers be damn. And the police force are always brave in their brutality with peaceful people than they are ever with gangs and drug-dealers, who they avoid with caution and trepidation.
     
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  13. jeepejeep

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    Well whatever State cop told you that doesn't know what the hell he's talking about. It's completely legal to transport any legally owned handgun in NYS including the City (as long as you do not stop) if it's in a locked box, separate from ammo and not accessible to driver or passengers.
     
  14. WilliamTF

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    That's what I was told by NYs finest over the phone. He added if he caught me he would put me in jail and I would be his fourth that year (May 2011). I wasn't going to debate the subject over the phone and I sure as hell didn't want to do it in person.
     
  15. jeepejeep

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    Sounds like he's one of the too many anti-gun cops we have here in NY. You can look up the regulations on line which I have done and I know he's full of s%t! He's trying to discourage you from exercising your rights, few as they are in this crappy State.
     
  16. dog2000tj

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    Technically a pistol has to be transported in a locked container, separate from ammo, in a lockable compartment of the vehicle. Being that I drive a Wrangler that is not technically possible :( , so if I were to travel through NY with my pistol an azzhat cop like the one you spoke with could arrest me. :mad:

    Sooooo .......... ooooo glad I moved out of that stinking shithole of a state (no offense to those that live outside of NYC and it's other cities, you all are more like the rest for the fine folks found all around the country).
     
  17. jeepejeep

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    I have a Grand Cherokee and it's much the same. If you read the regulations carrying any firearm in the cargo area, locked in a box it legal. Can't wait to move to PA and not have to even consider this kind of crap any more!
     
  18. WilliamTF

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    We drive a Suburban so same goes. I didn't need the potential hassle man. I ask him about breaking down the pistol to an innoperable condition and seperate containers (no go). His answer -Take the Great Bend exit and stay out of NY. My answer- thank you for your time officer.
     
  19. jeepejeep

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    He was a misinformed, anti-gun dick.
     
  20. Brennan16

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    Wow. I don't miss NY at all. I moved from the Finger Lakes region to NH Seacoast region. Yay.

    A lot of you have been correct here. NY does not issue non-resident permit. And the Sheriff's office is the CCW office. Although the cost of getting a CCW in NY is ridiculous and not worth it. NH CCW permit is $10 and is valid for 4 years. Not that you need a permit to purchase or open carry one. Only need it to conceal it (also needed to transport loaded in a vehicle). Plus, 22+ other states recognize our CCW and allow us to carry there. NY is NOT one of them.

    That police officer is 100% incorrect about traveling through NYS with a handgun. You can travel through as long as your handgun is locked is a separate container from your locked ammo you are all good. Your center console and globe compartment are not examples of locked containers BTW. NJ had a similar issue with a police officer and the gentleman was thrown in jail. He then fought it in court and WON.

    I am a PI and my wife is a LEO so we never have to worry about NYS when we come home!