If you are planning on hunting out west this year or another state, you better have a copy of your hunter safety card or you can't buy your license. Its easy to get a replacement card if you don't have the original...
Hunter-Trapper Education course records go back to 1987 and are maintained on a
computer database. Bowhunter Education course records go back to 2000.
Contact the Game Commission's Hunter-Trapper Education Division
at 717-787-7015 - Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. - for assistance
in obtaining a replacement certificate. If you took a hunter or trapper
education course before the above dates, you must complete a Hunter Education Program Replacement
Certificate Affidavit form, which can be
downloaded from this site.
The affidavit must be completed, signed and notarized
before it is returned to the Hunter-Trapper Education Division. Replacement
certificates are usually mailed in 10 to 14 days upon receipt of an application.
NOTE: Effective February 1, 2005; a $10 fee is charged for
issuing a hunter education replacement certificate.