Absolutely you can. Check this page out, print and take this with you:A resident of PA may open carry, can a person with a Non Resident PA permit open carry?
I am contemplating that but it's more than "20 minutes and 20 bucks."Just get the PA permit. Takes 20 minutes and 20 bucks.
Per my understanding, #3 is unnecessary. Since you have a NYS permit, you may carry in a vehicle (there is technically no "open carry" in a vehicle, even if you are OCing, it's still considered CC while you are in the vehicle).Background: I have a NYS pistol permit but no PA permit.
so, theoretically, the way I see it. and tell me if I am wrong.
Driving to Elysburg, PA., I should:
1: Wear my Crossbreed Supertuck and Blackhawk Serpa Holsters.
2: Conceal my M&P in the Crossbreed until the exact point that I cross the border.
3: At the border, move the M&P to the locked glove box.
4: At Elysburg, When exiting the vehicle, move the M&P to the Blackhawk.
You are correct, there is no difference in the license.Is there a difference in a PA resident license and a PA non resident license other than the address? Don't think so.
Some states have wording in their reciprocity agreements that said reciprocity will only apply for resident permits.Um. . . ok. . . What's your point?
Thanks for clearing that up for me....appreciate...Some states have wording in their reciprocity agreements that said reciprocity will only apply for resident permits.
Speaking specifically to the PA LTCF, the following states have reciprocity agreements with PA that only apply to PA residents: