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Making my escape from Maryland
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Lycoming county is also 15-20minutes, depending on how busy they are. Cell phones seem to be a no no now, but they will check a pocket knife in with your firearm if you forget to leave it in the car.
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RL Suehr;169688 Wrote:Lycoming county is also 15-20minutes, depending on how busy they are. Cell phones seem to be a no no now, but they will check a pocket knife in with your firearm if you forget to leave it in the car.

When did that change? It used to be 3 days. I used to just get a paper LTCF too.

Clinton County is immediate too. Takes longer to fill out the paper than it actually does to print the card. Checked my pistol at the door and my fixed blade knife no issues either.
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Mr_Gixxer;169689 Wrote:
RL Suehr;169688 Wrote:Lycoming county is also 15-20minutes, depending on how busy they are. Cell phones seem to be a no no now, but they will check a pocket knife in with your firearm if you forget to leave it in the car.

When did that change? It used to be 3 days. I used to just get a paper LTCF too.

Clinton County is immediate too. Takes longer to fill out the paper than it actually does to print the card. Checked my pistol at the door and my fixed blade knife no issues either.

I renewed about 2 years ago and it was instant. Went with a buddy of mine over the summer and he got his on the spot as well. They used to give you a problem with the knife thing I remember, but when I went with him I forgot about one I had on me and they checked it with my firearm.

The last time I renewed was the first time they had the actual picture cards. It was always just paper before that.
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Good shit, man. I escaped from NYC about twenty years ago, so I know them feels.
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jahwarrior72;169698 Wrote:Good shit, man. I escaped from NYC about twenty years ago, so I know them feels.

I instantly thought of this...

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Philadelphia Patriot;169776 Wrote:
jahwarrior72;169698 Wrote:Good shit, man. I escaped from NYC about twenty years ago, so I know them feels.

I instantly thought of this...

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Exactly, LOL. Seriously, though, it took me awhile to acclimate to PA and gun culture, but once I did....wow. Even after I got my license and began carrying, I felt the same as I did when I was a kid carrying a gun in NYC. It took awhile to get used to the idea of freedom.
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(10-24-2015, 08:34 AM)jahwarrior72 Wrote:
Philadelphia Patriot;169776 Wrote:I instantly thought of this...

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Exactly, LOL. Seriously, though, it took me awhile to acclimate to PA and gun culture, but once I did....wow. Even after I got my license and began carrying, I felt the same as I did when I was a kid carrying a gun in NYC. It took awhile to get used to the idea of freedom.

The first time I carried in PA, my wife and I went to dinner at a local Chinese place. A cop walked in and sat down right next to us. For a minute I was about to get nervous and jerky, then something else came over me... The idea of freedom!


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