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    Default Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    I had to renew my LTCF today, went to the courthouse, sheriff checked me in, gave me the renewal application, once I filled it out went back to the sheriffs office. Gave the woman my application, took pic, handed my LTCF.

    I was in and out of there in 15 mins, everything was straight forward, very good People!
    "Be aware of you surroundings"

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    I need to go there for initial Application. I haven't lived in Carbon county too long, and don't know many people here. I have the application but I need the two references. Going to ask some neighbors. Do you have to make an Appointment for the sheriff's office or can you just walk in?

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    Quote Originally Posted by Cyfiawnder View Post
    I need to go there for initial Application. I haven't lived in Carbon county too long, and don't know many people here. I have the application but I need the two references. Going to ask some neighbors. Do you have to make an Appointment for the sheriff's office or can you just walk in?
    Your references do not need to live in the county you are applying in.
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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    For real? I could have sworn it said carbon county residents... Do they have to be PA residents? My best friend is an NYPD PO.
    Last edited by Cyfiawnder; April 5th, 2012 at 08:44 PM.

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    I think when I did my renewal in Carbon county it did say they had to be Carbon county residents.

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    Quote Originally Posted by 03scf250 View Post
    I think when I did my renewal in Carbon county it did say they had to be Carbon county residents.
    The UFA does not impose such restrictions. They don't even have to be PA residents.

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    You need 2 references from the county in which your applying for the permit
    "Be aware of you surroundings"

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    Quote Originally Posted by 600hpz31 View Post
    You need 2 references from the county in which your applying for the permit
    According to the UFA, that's incorrect. The sheriff shouldn't be setting his own rules. The past two times I renewed in Lancaster, neither of my references were in Lancaster.
    Rules are written in the stone,
    Break the rules and you get no bones,
    all you get is ridicule, laughter,
    and a trip to the house of pain.

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    Quote Originally Posted by 600hpz31 View Post
    You need 2 references from the county in which your applying for the permit
    This is wrong.
    Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? - J.R.R. Tolkien

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    Default Re: Carbon county courthouse, great experience!

    Quote Originally Posted by streaker69 View Post
    According to the UFA, that's incorrect. The sheriff shouldn't be setting his own rules. The past two times I renewed in Lancaster, neither of my references were in Lancaster.
    I agree with you, it's just what the sheriff said.
    "Be aware of you surroundings"

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