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I've had mine since 2017. It took less than 6 months, and other than the amount of time, the process wasn't painful. Of course, now that I have it, I have to pay $100/year to keep it, and that's a bit painful.Got my unrestricted non-resident last month. Just under 5 months from application submission to ltc in the mail box. Ridiculously long process, but they do give them out.
While I fully expect courts to buck Bruen, setting that aside.Just wondered what would happen if I applied for a non-resident CCW permit in MA now that SCOTUS has trounced everyone with Bruen.
Loss of qualified immunity. That'll have them getting compliant real f****** quick. S*** gets real when the money is coming out of your own pockets.
I know Steve. He’s a great attorney and a cool guy.
You won't need all those excuses to get the unrestricted NR LTC.I decided to apply for non-resident MA for the first time and sent my application last week. Currently I have RI resident town pistol permit, CT and UT CCW. I go shopping to MA, my church located in Boston, plus I have to pass through MA every time I go from Northern RI to Aquidneck Island. I'll keep you posted on the progress.