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Old 03-22-2017, 5:58 PM
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Default New Hampshire Non Resident CCW

i have been reading up on all the non resident ccw states who allow applications mail order, and just saw New Hampshire.

it appears you just send them the application with money (no fingerprints, no picture, nothing else) and they send you a ccw.

granted it isnt good for as many states as AZ or UT but it gets Pennsylvania.

am i missing something? if not i will apply tomorrow

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Old 03-29-2017, 4:53 PM
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I have had the NH Pistol/Revolver License for ages and just renewed late last year. I initially got it because NH is one of those retarded states that will NOT honor non-resident permits issued by states they already honor! And the fact it only cost $20 for 4 years and did not require fingerprints or a photo.

The process and application are super easy, however the cost is now $100. As you may know, NH is now permitless, however a permit is still required if riding an ATV or snow machine. Really no reason to get NH unless you engage in these two activities or is the only way you can carry in PA and need to do so....
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I have one as well. When I applied they require a copy of my CA CCW along with the form, the prints and the check. Since then that has been ruled unconstitutional, but I have 3 years before renewal time.
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I have one as well. When I applied they require a copy of my CA CCW along with the form, the prints and the check. Since then that has been ruled unconstitutional, but I have 3 years before renewal time.
Just out of curiosity. What part of that was ruled unconstitutional?
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Just out of curiosity. What part of that was ruled unconstitutional?
Yeah, I realized I was bit non-specific about that.

The requirement to have a CCW from your owns state in order to qualify for a NH non-resident permit was ruled unconstitutional by the NH Supreme Court last year IIRC.
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Mailed mine in on 3/23/17
havent heard anything yet

[edit] they havent even cashed my check yet

anyone have an idea of how long they take?

[edit2] just received an email that my application was processed and i would be receiving the permit soon.
and yet they havent cashed the check. thats service!

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Received my permit today
3/23/17 mailed it in
4/11/17 issued
4/12/17 cashed my check
4/17/17 postmark on return mail
4/20/17 received it

Pretty quick, and the most painless yet!

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For those that have the Nh CCW..
What did you write down for reason? Did you just write "protection" as it states in the instructions?
"Self defense", or ?
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Sucks when you need to get an extra permit just to add 1 other state unless you're there a lot. This seems the case with NH and FL if carrying mainly on a non resident AZ CCW. I spent a few days in PA last year but couldn't carry.

I don't plan on going back anytime soon though and will be a AZ resident by then. FL seems similar I forget if resident AZ covers it I know I gain CO then. I'd like to visit FL but won't happen for a long time. CO will though.
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Sucks when you need to get an extra permit just to add 1 other state unless you're there a lot. This seems the case with NH and FL if carrying mainly on a non resident AZ CCW. I spent a few days in PA last year but couldn't carry.

I don't plan on going back anytime soon though and will be a AZ resident by then. FL seems similar I forget if resident AZ covers it I know I gain CO then. I'd like to visit FL but won't happen for a long time. CO will though.
a RESIDENT AZ permit will cover CO, FL, and PA
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For those that have the Nh CCW..
What did you write down for reason? Did you just write "protection" as it states in the instructions?
"Self defense", or ?
Thanks.
"Personal protection and all legal purposes"

I received my permit in about 12 days from mailing the application. Truely the fastest permit available. I did send the application two-day express via FedEx with signature requirement.

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For those that have the Nh CCW..
What did you write down for reason? Did you just write "protection" as it states in the instructions?
"Self defense", or ?
Thanks.


I just put self defense.
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For those that have the Nh CCW..
What did you write down for reason? Did you just write "protection" as it states in the instructions?
"Self defense", or ?
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Personal protection while traveling in NH or other states with reciprocity.

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Sucks when you need to get an extra permit just to add 1 other state unless you're there a lot. This seems the case with NH and FL if carrying mainly on a non resident AZ CCW. I spent a few days in PA last year but couldn't carry.
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a RESIDENT AZ permit will cover CO, FL, and PA
NH non-resident gets you PA...
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I picked up my NH non-resident just so I could add PA. Very easy process. I listed "Personal protection and all legal purposes" as my reasons - you're literally told you may be issued for either of these on page 2 of the application.
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Sent my application and money today. Hopefully the reciprocity bill passes sooner than later.

The unfortunate part, even if it does pass, I cannot carry at work.
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Postmark date shows Jan 26 2018,
Issued Date shows 1/15/2018

So, 6 days it is approved.Good turnaround time, IMO.
Sits in process/outgoing for for 10/11 days and goes out in the mail.
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https://www.attorneygeneral.gov/reso...y-reciprocity/

https://www.attorneygeneral.gov/wp-c...-Hampshire.pdf

As of 4/16/2018 PA will not honor a NH non-resident permit.

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Pennsylvania does not honor ANY non-resident permits now!
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^ True enough, but the majority change was made in 2016, and there were only a few states that didn't have their non-res made ineligible.

Their former AG, Kathleen Kane was brought up on charges and arrested for lying under oath before she could complete review of the existing reciprocity contracts, and NH got a stay for a few years.

That has now been "fixed."
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