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    Default Non Resident Permits

    Pike County does not offer non resident concealed firearms permits

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    Quote Originally Posted by stancpanj View Post
    Pike County does not offer non resident concealed firearms permits

    Is that a question or a statement?

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    Don't make her mad....

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    This is a statement.

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    So are you suing?

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    I'm confused

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    The Pike sheriff has this notice on his website:

    5/22/2013

    The Pike County Sheriff’s Office will no longer be accepting out of state resident license to carry applications effective immediately. It is impossible to investigate the many applications from out of state that are being denied or being placed into research due to criminal charges in another jurisdiction. This office has no authority across state lines and cannot conduct a proper investigation on character and reputation that is paramount before issuing any license.

    Since last year this office has been receiving out of state applications at an alarming rate at a 20: 1 ratio to Pike County residents. Many out of state applicants never return for their permit or are put into research and cannot be reached when called by this office. Pike along with several other counties have ceased issuing out of state license to carry permits at this time due to the same reason. Pike County residents will be unaffected by this rule.

    Sheriff Philip Bueki

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    Quote Originally Posted by God's Country View Post
    So are you suing?
    Please do. Only non-residents have any standing for such as suit.

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    Default Re: Non Resident Permits

    Quote Originally Posted by mrjam2jab View Post
    Please do. Only non-residents have any standing for such as suit.
    This is strictly academic for my edification, but would not a non-resident applicant likewise not have standing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rovert View Post
    This is strictly academic for my edification, but would not a non-resident applicant likewise not have standing?
    If they meet the requirement in 6109....having a permit from their state of residence, then the sheriff must process the application. These douche sheriff's are searching for excuses not to process the apps. All it would take is a phone call to a decent lawyer and this would end.

    I could sue and a district judge may (probably because many are hacks) decide that since I was not affected personally to rule for the sheriff. A non res has to sue. I would financially support such a suit.

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