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    Default 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Attached hereto find statistics for LTCF issuance and firearm transfers for 2009 available in both JPEG and PDF formats. Links are at the bottom of this message:

    LTCFs by County (Alphabetical)
    LTCFs by County Rank (% high to low)
    Handgun Transfers (2003-9)
    Long-gun Transfers (2003-9)
    LTCFs issued (2003-9)


    Some interesting facts -

    LTCFs issue per persons 21+ years -
    HIGHEST: Centre (23.5%) [1 in 5]
    LOWEST: Philadelphia (2.4%) [1 in 41]
    AVERAGE: Statewide (7.3%) [1 in 14]
    Total Statewide
    LTCFs: 696,521

    Trends comparing 2009 to 2008:

    LTCF issuance: +10.0% [+15,014]
    Long-gun Transfers: +2.7% [+6,853]
    Handgun Transfers: +12.2% [+25,448]
    Notes: LTCF statistics are not adjusted for revocations or issuance to out-of-state residents.

    Note (7/21/15): due to Comcast cancelling file hosting services, all attachments are being hosted directly on PAFOA. The .PDF file is a composite of all the files previously posted for this thread.



    2009 LTCF by County.PDF
    2009 LTCF County Rank.PDF
    Handgun Transfers 2003-9.PDF
    Longarm Transfers 2003-9.PDF
    LTCFs Issued 2003-9.PDF


    2009 LTCF by County page1.jpg
    2009 LTCF by County page2.jpg
    2009 LTCF County Rank page1.jpg
    2009 LTCF County Rank page2.jpg
    Handgun Transfers 2003-9.jpg
    Longarm Transfers 2003-9.jpg
    LTCFs Issued 2003-9.jpg



    ENJOY!!
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    Last edited by tl_3237; July 21st, 2015 at 09:46 AM. Reason: Comcast cancelling file hosting services
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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    thanks for posting those. very interesting. the numbers are certainly trending in the right direction.

    i would note one thing, though...

    i'm assuming these figures do not differentiate between resident vs. non-resident LTCFs issued, though.

    since centre county is the go-to place for non-resident PA LTCFs, i imagine their per capita LTCF statistics are skewed by LTCFs issued by centre county, but not to centre county residents. my guess is that it is not the case that 23% of centre county residents over 21 have LTCFs.

    just something to make note of.
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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Can you by any chance find how many LTCFs were revoked in Franklin County in 2007? I'm curious if I was the only one.
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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    Can you by any chance find how many LTCFs were revoked in Franklin County in 2007? I'm curious if I was the only one.
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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Quote Originally Posted by LittleRedToyota View Post
    thanks for posting those. very interesting. the numbers are certainly trending in the right direction.

    i would note one thing, though...

    i'm assuming these figures do not differentiate between resident vs. non-resident LTCFs issued, though.

    since centre county is the go-to place for non-resident PA LTCFs, i imagine their per capita LTCF statistics are skewed by LTCFs issued by centre county, but not to centre county residents. my guess is that it is not the case that 23% of centre county residents over 21 have LTCFs.

    just something to make note of.
    It would include licenses issued to non-residents.. PA doesn't issue "non-resident licenses", we just issue licenses to non-residents so we are all pooled together.
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    Wow, I wonder why Lehigh and Northampton county's are so low. Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton, we have some pretty bad areas around here. I mean its no Philly or some of the other major cities in PA but I know I feel a little more comfortable being armed. You think more would feel the same.
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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Quote Originally Posted by gnbrotz View Post
    Can you by any chance find how many LTCFs were revoked in Franklin County in 2007? I'm curious if I was the only one.
    The PSP 2007 report doesn't state. Perhaps an RTKL request to the Sheriff or PSP might get that info.

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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    I wonder what the official numbers for Maryland look like.

    7, 8 maybe?
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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Quote Originally Posted by Statkowski View Post
    The PSP 2007 report doesn't state. Perhaps an RTKL request to the Sheriff or PSP might get that info.
    http://www.pafoa.org/counties/philadelphia/statistics

    Where did the numbers come from that were used to generate those tables? The source links don't work anymore.

    Is there a way to find out the number of licenses issued/revoked per county?

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    Default Re: 2009 LTCFs by County and Firearm Transfer Metrics

    Here's the Accumulated Data for 2005-09 mapped by colors...



    And... As a comparison, I recolored the 2008 Map of that year's data with the same color legend as 2009 above...



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    Last edited by ImminentDanger; August 10th, 2010 at 09:00 PM.

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