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Speedy New Hampshire

Discussion in 'New Hampshire Laws' started by RKG, Jun 11, 2019.

  1. RKG

    RKG NES Member

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    It seems that folks on this site are perrenially interested in "How long did it take . . . ?"

    Here is one data point:

    I dropped the renewal papers for my NH P&R (non-resident) in the mailbox a week ago Monday. On my street, the mailbox is collected about 2 pm.

    My new license came in the mail yesterday. Our mail is delivered about 5 pm.

    That means that my renewal took exactly seven days and three hours, and that is before subtracting the elapsed time for a round trip through the mail to Dover, NH. Wow.
     
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  2. Len-2A Training

    Len-2A Training Instructor Instructor NES Life Member NES Member

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    My first NR P&R from NH took 9 days portal to portal in 1999. My NR PA (when we could Mail them) took 4 days portal to portal. My Resident P&R (NH) took exactly 7 days and my Wife's took exactly 1 day!
     
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    42! NES Life Member NES Member

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    My NH P&R took 6 days 22 hours. But they mentioned something about having to get a new ribbon for "the" typewriter.
     
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  4. Toytowninc

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    Please excuse my ignorance, I should probably spend more time researching but with NH constitutional carry what is the benefit of a P&R? Asking for myself as MA resident and my brother as NH resident. When I asked one of the guys at firing line he said save your $10 it’s not needed anymore. Thank you for any info.
     
  5. Glocklike tendencies

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    Reciprocity and ability to carry in certain places that would have been restricted without the p&r
     
  6. Glocklike tendencies

    Glocklike tendencies NES Member

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    Reciprocity in certain places; Plus when const. carry gets the axe.....you still have the license
     
  7. SERE

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  8. Toytowninc

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    Thanks for replies. I plan on getting Utah non resident so that should take care of that. As far as NH residents selling to residents is it just personal preference or “self policing” that that seller requires buyer to have P&R?
     
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    jct61765 NES Member

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    Why would you need a p&r to buy a gun?
     
  10. Howland

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    This is only because NH declares in the statute that any denial shall be within ten days - then thoughtfully adds real and personal consequences for violators by allowing a judge hearing a denial appeal to award attorney fees if the issuer should have known they were breaking the law.

    Is X days more than or less than ten days? Most chiefs have gotten it by now. A few are still in need of remedial lessons.
     
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    NH RSA 159 Section 159:14
    159:14 Exemption. – None of the provisions of this chapter shall prohibit an individual not licensed under the provisions thereof who is not engaged in the business of selling pistols or revolvers from selling a pistol or revolver to a person licensed under this chapter or to a person personally known to him.
     
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    Gun Free School Zone Notice

    General Information
    Generally, it is unlawful for any individual to knowingly
    possess a firearm within a school zone. A school zone
    is defined as being within a distance of 1,000 feet from
    the grounds of a public, parochial, or private school. This
    prohibition does not apply to the possession of a firearm
    on private property not part of school grounds such as
    an FFL’s business premise (e.g., commercial storefront,
    residence, or driveway)
    Once a customer leaves private property located within
    1,000 feet of a school with a firearm, they may be in
    violation of Federal Law
    . However, in the following
    situations an individual would not be possessing a firearm
    in violation of 922(q)(A):

    1. The individual is licensed by the State or political
    subdivision to possess the firearm, and the license
    was issued after law enforcement officials verified
    that the individual is qualified to receive the license;

    https://www.atf.gov/firearms/docs/guide/gun-free-school-zone-notice-atf-p-53101/download
     

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