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    Default PA no longer recognizing Utah Non-Res permits?

    As an NJ resident who can't get a permit for my own state (and thus am not eligible for one from PA), my Utah CFP was my saving grace in PA, my second home.

    No longer.

    Handgunlaw.us has been updated with the change...

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/utah.pdf

    http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/crime.aspx?id=184

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doc7 View Post
    As an NJ resident who can't get a permit for my own state (and thus am not eligible for one from PA), my Utah CFP was my saving grace in PA, my second home.

    No longer.

    Handgunlaw.us has been updated with the change...

    http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/utah.pdf

    http://www.attorneygeneral.gov/crime.aspx?id=184
    Hopefully that will change soon. AG Kane is being questioned by our reps for unlawfully altering reciprocity agreements among other things. Hopefully, impeachment proceedings will move forward and she'll get kicked out of office. Either way, her political career should be ruined.
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    Ruined? I wish. She'll probably come up as the one, who stands tall against the evil NRA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Metz View Post
    Ruined? I wish. She'll probably come up as the one, who stands tall against the evil NRA.
    She is a puppet that in fact tries to stand tall against the NRA, but in doing so, she better follow state laws and policies.

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    Default Re: PA no longer recognizing Utah Non-Res permits?

    Quote Originally Posted by flyingjunkie View Post
    Hopefully that will change soon. AG Kane is being questioned by our reps for unlawfully altering reciprocity agreements among other things. Hopefully, impeachment proceedings will move forward and she'll get kicked out of office. Either way, her political career should be ruined.
    Don't hold your breath on that one. You can't even hold a formal hearing without the Dems throwing a tantrum and walking out. Accountability and punishment for wrongdoings is non existent in government.

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    Default Re: PA no longer recognizing Utah Non-Res permits?

    Do we have any statements released from Kane's office? I can't find anything official about when/how this happened?



    Try to build the map again, it shows that Utah is recognized. I've received nothing from the BCI stating that PA has changed anything. Something doesn't smell right here.
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    Default Re: PA no longer recognizing Utah Non-Res permits?

    Again, I'm not seeing anything about this. Can somebody chime in?
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    Default Re: PA no longer recognizing Utah Non-Res permits?

    I saw no change on usacarry.com and usually such a change is accompanied by a statement from the attorney general.
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    Default Re: PA no longer recognizing Utah Non-Res permits?

    I don't think she could do that, wouldn't it take a change in the law?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerkin View Post
    I don't think she could do that, wouldn't it take a change in the law?
    My understanding is that an AG has the authority to enter and leave reciprocity agreements. What she doesn't have authority to do, is modify them. Kane is a complete and total piece of dog shit, though, so I wouldn't put anything past her.
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