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

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJim22602 View Post
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    Maybe Galco is working on the U.S.A for the Beretta? I have a Taurus PT92 I wouldn't mind getting the U.S.A for too.
    Doubtful. Galco makes the USA/UDC for compact pistols. The USA/UDC is intended for front body (appendix) carry. Most people canít tolerate a full size gun in that position.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Barham View Post
    Okay, I'm a little late on this, but: Say what?

    How does a state issue any kind of federal CCW license?
    They don't, but it's good in multiple states. That's what I think anyhow.

    My FL CCW permit is good in 32 states. Although I have to abide by all the state laws of the state I am in. For instance I can carry billy clubs, and other non-lethal weapons concealed if I choose, even knives. Other states may only allow firearms which means I cannot carry a knife there concealed even if you do so in FL.

    Maybe that's what was meant? Multiple states via reciprocity?

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    I got mine in NC a few months back it was right after I got my Taurus. I wouldn't leave home with out it anymore.

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    Had one for Colorado. Moved here in February and had to wait 6 months before getting one for Washington.

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    Got my permit this summer, and have carried every legal moment I can.

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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-
    UPDATE!

    Now that I HAVE actually moved to a free state, it won't be too long now. Took my CWP class today and will be submitting my application for the permit as soon as my Colorado driver's license arrives. Woohoo!! From there, it's up to 90 days until I actually receive it.

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    I just got my permit today, The letter came in the mail and I ran to the Clerk's office...Directly to the office, didnt pass go and didnt get the $200...damn, I knew I forgot something.

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    I have KS and Utah can carry in 33 states

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    checkin in from Iowa. I do have one but luckily. Were still one of the few states that are not "shall issue". It is determined by the sheriffs here if they want to give them or not.

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    In Indiana we have a permit to carry our handguns with no form open or concealed.

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    I finally made my appointment with the local sheriff. I have to wait 2 weeks for my appointment and then 4-12 weeks for my permit. You'd think that for $152 they could afford to hire an extra person or two to help with the process.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb1023 View Post
    I finally made my appointment with the local sheriff. I have to wait 2 weeks for my appointment and then 4-12 weeks for my permit. You'd think that for $152 they could afford to hire an extra person or two to help with the process.
    You had to make an appointment down there? That's interesting. I just submitted my application in Larimer County. I actually called to make sure I didn't need an appointment. I was surprised at the fact that you just walk-in, submit your forms and money orders, they take your picture and fingerprints and away you go. Good luck.

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    Yeah, appts are required. According to the web site it will take about 20-30 minutes to do the "interview", fingerprinting and photo shoot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jb1023 View Post
    Yeah, appts are required. According to the web site it will take about 20-30 minutes to do the "interview", fingerprinting and photo shoot.
    Interview?

    That's weird. Let me know how it goes. I'm curious to see what this "interview" is.

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    I had my appt today. I was about 15 minutes early, did not want to risk getting lost down there and missing my appt, was not an issue. within 2 minutes of walking in I was sitting with the lady who took my papers. The only questions she asked what what state I was born in and if the pic she took was acceptable. I was back in my car 1-2 minutes before my scheduled appt. She did say that I would have my permit via the mail in 4-5 weeks. Other than the cost it was as painless as possible. Once I get my permit I will post on the actual time frame.

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    4-5 weeks?!?!?!?!?!? I hope mine arrives that fast. The guy that took my picture and papers said it usually takes about 60 days. The normal timeframe is 60-90 days. I'll be interested to hear when it arrives. I submitted my application on the 21st. Good luck.

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    Here in CA I am lucky to be in LE or I probably wouldn't be able to get one the way things are going...

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    I applied for my Indiana license in Aug and received my lifetime PPL (Personal Protection License) in Sept.

    I'm happy to have a lifetime license, the state wants to do away with lifetime and stick with 4 year licenses. Apparently someone is not happy with all of the renewal revenue they're losing on lifetime licenses.

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    Applied for mine in Chatham County, NC a couple weeks ago. Clerk told me it would be about 3-4 weeks! I'll believe it when I see it! Oddly enough, they didnt require a photo - must not have a picture on it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dynamik1 View Post
    Oddly enough, they didnt require a photo - must not have a picture on it!
    No photo. Just a laminated card. But then again,since we have to carry an additional photo ID with our permits here, I guess it's a cost savings not to have to process and print a photo.

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