View Poll Results: Do you have a CCW License or Permit?

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    The Mail Delivers!

    My CCW license came in the mail yesterday!
    I'm good to go.

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    Had mine for just over a week now. Still trying to find a good holster for my 92FS that works.

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    Never mind. I missed a page.


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    Had mine for a year or two(?). Enough now that i feel like am half naked without my ccw in my pocket.

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    Yes. NH for about a year. Can't carry in the Communistwealth of Massachusetts though.

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    Have had my Iowa permit for about a month now, it is a good feeling to know if the need ever arises you can protect yourself and those around you. Should have done it a long time ago.

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    Permit

    I currently have two. Ohio resident and PA non-resident. Lots of states will accept one or the other.

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    Yep, got mine

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    Ohio and New Hampshire, Need to renew my Ohio in a couple of months

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    Quote Originally Posted by FHBrumb View Post
    No CCW in Wisconsin.

    I'm looking into getting a PI or Private Security Agent License, which will allow open carry, in most places in WI. Even then, no concealed.

    I know a guy that has a PI business. I might see if he can "hire" me, and then I can apply for the PI licensing without the background or education.

    It looks like WI and IL are the last hold outs on CCW. Every now and again, it comes up here, and gets voted down. I have no idea why. We have a bazillion hunters, but none of them want CCW? I dunno...
    Actually, in Wisconsin there is no law that says you can't open carry. If you want to you can strap a pistol to each hip and go about your business. The only thing the police can charge you with is creating a public disturbance.

    I'm new to guns, got my XD9 5" (tactical) last week but haven't been to a range yet. The reason for the 5" was .... no CC so why go sub compact? It is manly for home protection and the range.

    When (if) WI gets CC I'll be first in line for a XD9SC.

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    I recieved my CCW, or CPL in Michigan, last summer

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    Had mine ever since we were able to in North Carolina. I've been carrying ever since.
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    I've had mine in Virginia for a few year now.

    The best thing is that it gets me around the one handgun a month law.

    The downside ( I didn't realize until told by my FFL guy) is that multiple handgun purchases get reported seperately to the D.O.J.

    Buying more than one in a single purchase triggers the paperwork.

    Oh well, if Mukasey visits me, maybe he'd like to go plinking.

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    I have an Indiana License To Carry Handgun. How I carry it is up to me. I also have a Non-Resident New Hampshire Pistol/Revolver License. Either will allow concealed carry, but neither mandate it. I've got the paperwork for my Florida Concealed Weapons Permit, but am saving nickels & dimes to pay for it. I understand there's no open carry in Florida.

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    Voted. Thanks for the poll.

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    I doīnot need any license here in my country as iīm a staff sargeant of the Portuguese Army.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmg View Post
    I doīnot need any license here in my country as iīm a staff sargeant of the Portuguese Army.
    Would you be able to obtain one as a private citizen or does Portugal make that very difficult?

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    Can't get one, I wish I could. Stupid Illinois laws I need to move to a free state.

    -Jeff-

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xander View Post
    Actually, in Wisconsin there is no law that says you can't open carry. If you want to you can strap a pistol to each hip and go about your business. The only thing the police can charge you with is creating a public disturbance.

    I'm new to guns, got my XD9 5" (tactical) last week but haven't been to a range yet. The reason for the 5" was .... no CC so why go sub compact? It is manly for home protection and the range.

    When (if) WI gets CC I'll be first in line for a XD9SC.
    There are laws regarding "going armed" that are seperate from the concealment laws. I agree that there is no law specifically banning open carry, but the "going armed" laws are also important.

    There's also the "going armed does not require going anywhere" part...

    And also, a person traveling in their car with a loaded pistol locked in their glove box is guilty of a crime.

    And even if the pistol is sitting on the seat and is not "plainly visable" from the outside of the car from the perspective of a passer by, you are also guilty of a crime.

    I'm voting for Greene... Then hopefully applying for a CCW.

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    As a private citizen itīs very dificult to buy a gun in Portugal and itīs more dificult to get a permit to carry.
    The regular citizen can only buy 25 acp (semi auto) and 32 (revolver), while LE and armed force can buy almost everything but only two guns of each category.
    1st category: 32 acp to 45 acp.
    2nd category: 25 acp and 32 revolver.
    So here itīs quite impossible to have collections like some of you have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeefyBeefo View Post
    Can't get one, I wish I could. Stupid Illinois laws I need to move to a free state.

    -Jeff-

    Vermont

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silly View Post
    Yes. NH for about a year. Can't carry in the Communistwealth of Massachusetts though.
    Mass will allow you to carry. If you jump though thier hoops and apply for a non-resident (and receive it of course). But they are supposed to be pretty good if you already have one in your state. (much as I hear N.H is)

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    No I need to move out of Illinois!

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    I just applied for mine a few days ago, so it's in the mail.

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    I have had my TX CHL since 2000. I got my peace officers license and was commissioned in 2004 so I haven't really had a need for it since. However, I did renew it in 2005.

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