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  1. #131
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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by nitechampion View Post
    I have been told the Tioga county sheriff is also not doing LTCF's. Can anyone corroborate this?
    They are doing them by mail - https://www.facebook.com/TiogaCounty...78231778864051. If you have any issues, contact me directly, as I may be able to assist
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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Lancaster County is accepting by mail (sorry if someone posted this already) https://www.co.lancaster.pa.us/160/Sheriffs-Office

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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    I was just advised that the Wolf Administration and PSP will be granting extensions to license to carry firearm permits. https://blog.princelaw.com/2020/04/0...arry-firearms/
    Last edited by SigForLife; April 1st, 2020 at 09:35 AM.
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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by lager1829 View Post
    Lancaster County is accepting by mail (sorry if someone posted this already) https://www.co.lancaster.pa.us/160/Sheriffs-Office
    Thank you very much. My LTCF is good but I believe my sons is due for renewal soon and was concerned. Sheriff Levindoski has already rolled back his support for our 2nd amendment rights since being in office. I'm not impressed at all. You on the other hand are doing one hell of a job.

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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    I requested an Arizona non-res ccw application package on-line and they responded by email within 24 hours that package was mailed. Hope this bodes well for the processing once I send back. Have friends/family who are LEO so also hoping no problems getting finger-printed locally right now. I want to be able to ccw in Delaware as I'm right on the border and let my FL licence expire.
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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gman106 View Post
    I requested an Arizona non-res ccw application package on-line and they responded by email within 24 hours that package was mailed. Hope this bodes well for the processing once I send back. Have friends/family who are LEO so also hoping no problems getting finger-printed locally right now. I want to be able to ccw in Delaware as I'm right on the border and let my FL licence expire.
    AZ is by far the best pistol permit processing state I have encountered. Swift, proactive, and very helpful. And reasonably priced!

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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by SigForLife View Post
    I was just advised that the Wolf Administration and PSP will be granting extensions to license to carry firearm permits. https://blog.princelaw.com/2020/04/0...arry-firearms/
    Alright please explain to me how the governor and the state police can change the law and magically extend the expiration date of any license? All my life I thought laws got changed by writing and passing bills. If licenses expire only by fiat then why should they expire at all. I just ripped Pyle a new a.h. over this. Please rock my world. Were ltcf law written with no expiration date? Were they perpetual? How did this get into the books so to speak?
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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Alright please explain to me how the governor and the state police can change the law and magically extend the expiration date of any license? All my life I thought laws got changed by writing and passing bills. If licenses expire only by fiat then why should they expire at all. I just ripped Pyle a new a.h. over this. Please rock my world. Were ltcf law written with no expiration date? Were they perpetual? How did this get into the books so to speak?
    A better question would be how we missed it.
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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Alright please explain to me how the governor and the state police can change the law and magically extend the expiration date of any license? All my life I thought laws got changed by writing and passing bills. If licenses expire only by fiat then why should they expire at all. I just ripped Pyle a new a.h. over this. Please rock my world. Were ltcf law written with no expiration date? Were they perpetual? How did this get into the books so to speak?
    On the books you get 6 months after your license expires. So a LTCF does expire. My guess is the law didn't change but they decided not to arrest / hassle anyone if it is expired. Not enforcing a law is different than changing it.

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    Default Re: PA Sheriffs use COVID as a reason to suspend LTCF processing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Gunsnwater View Post
    Alright please explain to me how the governor and the state police can change the law and magically extend the expiration date of any license? All my life I thought laws got changed by writing and passing bills. If licenses expire only by fiat then why should they expire at all. I just ripped Pyle a new a.h. over this. Please rock my world. Were ltcf law written with no expiration date? Were they perpetual? How did this get into the books so to speak?
    It's not a change in law. It's basically an official agreement to not enforce the laws that are on the books, just as they've done for DMV related matters (and illegal immigrants, and needle exchanges, etc.). I agree that it's not legal, but I hardly think anyone will be suing to have it enforced and begging to be arrested because their lawful expiration date has passed. Of course, because they're doing this so freely, the next move could be martial law, and the refusal to honor any LTCFs at all.

    But I'll be dead then, so I won't have any idea how that all plays out long term.
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