Wolf Administration and PSP Extending Expiration Date of Licenses To Carry Firearms

I was just advised that the Wolf Administration and Pennsylvania State Police will be granting extensions to license to carry firearm permits. Permits that have expired on March 19, 2020 or later have been extended to May 30, 2020 and they will re-examine the possibility of an additional extension as that date gets closer.

A news release by the Governor is expected shortly.

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6 thoughts on “Wolf Administration and PSP Extending Expiration Date of Licenses To Carry Firearms

    1. It’s a bit more complex than that. The governor and state police have some oversight of Licenses to Carry Firearms, but LCTFs are applied fire, processes, and issued by individual county sheriffs. If you are a PA resident, you need to look up your county sheriff’s webpage, which should include instructions on how they are currently accepting and processing LTCF applications and will likely also include a link to a fillable PDF of the form.

      If you have residency in another state but want a PA LTCF, please be aware that not all counties will issue an out-of-state license. It’s usually easiest to apply in county that you routinely visit, work in, or own property in, or one adjacent to it.

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  1. Hey Joshua, I want a carry permit too. Is anything going On with the lawsuit ? Not trying to be pushy, just haven’t heard anything lately. Regards Daniel

    On Wed, Apr 1, 2020 at 9:27 AM Prince Law Offices Blog wrote:

    > Joshua Prince, Esq. posted: “I was just advised that the Wolf > Administration and Pennsylvania State Police will be granting extensions to > license to carry firearm permits. Permits that have expired on March 19, > 2020 or later have been extended to May 30, 2020 and they will re-examine” >

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  2. While the Governor is in a cooperative mood maybe he would also like to sign a constitutional carry bill then this wouldn’t be a problem.

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