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My gun permit is going to expire in three months and I needed help on how I should renew. When I first got my permit I lived in phila so I had to go downtown to get it. However now I live in Wyncote and I know I have to go to norristown court house, but I don't know if I'm considered a new applicant.
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Doesn't matter. Same application/form.

Just go in fill it out and pay your pittance
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Doesn't matter. Same application/form.

Just go in fill it out and pay your pittance
And also of course go thru the local police check card thing required by Mont. Co.

From Sheriff's website:

GUN PERMIT

Pennsylvania License to Carry a Concealed Firearm

Montgomery County Sheriff's Department

John P. Durante, Sheriff

- You will need to COME IN - IN PERSON to the Court House in Norristown with the following:

1.
Pennsylvania Drivers License and/or Pennsylvania I.D. Card with your Montgomery County address.
2.
If renewing, applicant must remember to supply names, addresses and telephone numbers of two (2) references (not immediate family.)
3.
Local Police check card must be signed by your local police department (New Applicants).

4.
$25.00 or $46.00 cash, check or money order (No Credit/Debit cards accepted.)
5.
Foreign-born applicants who are U.S. Citizens must supply Passport or Naturalization Paperwork.
6.
Foreign-born applicants who are not U.S. Citizens must provide proof of immigration status and ninety (90) days proof of residency (i.e. 3 months of utility bills).

* Note: Applicants with expired permits more than 60 days old will be considered new applicants.

You have the following 2 types of permits to choose from:

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Hard Plastic, similar to drivers license, $46.00, you do not need to supply photo for this option.
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Laminated paper permit with photo attached, $25.00 You must supply 2 official passport photographs to obtain this permit.

ALL APPLICANTS WILL HAVE A BACKGROUND CHECK RUN THROUGH THE PENNSYLVANIA INSTANT CHECK SYSTEM BEFORE ANY PERMIT IS ISSUED.

Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 4:15pm for picking up applications.

Processing hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 3:30pm.

Permits cannot be processed unless all of the above requirements are met.
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