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varies city to county on whats required for training. I had Hunter safety course paid $50, waited 8 days for Circut Court Judge to come thru, blessed off and CCW (Carry Conceled Weapon) was issued. Now some of the rules for CCW in Va.:confused: but they are getting better (+ all gun laws) with Republician Gov Bob McDonald running the Commonwealth:cool:
 

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OK...Let's see how many states we have now...

1.) PA
2.) FL
3.) OK
4.) MN
5.) SC
6.) AZ
7.) CA
8.) WA
9.) TX
10.) WI
11.) MO
12.) IA
13.) KY
14.) OH
15.) NC
16.) NH
17.) AR
18.) MI
19.) IN
20.) CO
21.) UT
22.) VA
23.) WY
24.) GA
25.) NV
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Well, let me add Wyoming to the list. We're a free carry state. I don't have my permit yet but, I am planning to get it since it is accepted in other states. From what I understand, $75, DD214, Hunter's Safety, or a special class and the permit is yours. I'm not sure how long it takes to get it...but, I will update you when I get mine. :D

UPDATE:
Still haven't got mine but, here's the information from the web -
$74 for app/fingerprinting
Valid for 5 years
Takes 90 days to get it
$50 renewal
 

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permits

Currently: Indiana
Pending approval: Utah
Sending in soon: Arizona

Indiana you just apply for, Utah was $51 Plus 4-hr 'training' plus application.

Arizona is $60, fingerprints, application, course... all worth it.
 

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Welcome to the XD Forum mlbeep !!

WY added to the list...IA and AZ already accounted for.

Thanks guys...
 

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Had my GA permit for 30+ years. They wouldn't even talk to me at 19, had to carry without until I was 21! Fingerprints and a nominal fee, $30 or so the first time, to cover cost of the prints. Just a nominal fee since.
 

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Nevada here. A day of class (appx 6 hrs), and a shooting qualification. Class fee = $125.00. The file with the local Sheriff & get fingerprinted for a background check. About $100 fee. Then wait up to 90 days. It usually takes about 45 days & comes in the mail.
 

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I go to My local GUN SHOP (Great Northern Guns) plop down my $$$ strap on my equipment and leave the store! It was more hassle to get my "Hunter Ed. permit that is required for some of the close by small game hunting. AK
GOTTA LOVE Constitutional Carry!!:D
 

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Give it another 175 days or so and we may be able to add ILLINOIS!!!! (Shooter? Shooter? Hey, I think he fainted!!!)
 

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COLORADO... I have a CCW but 90% of the time choose to OC. Getting mine was very easy. I'm Military Police. All I had to do was have a money order, my PCS orders to CO & my weapons training rip. Took like 25 min.

I have a theory about OC vs. CC: If there is a person wishing to do you harm & they see a handgun on your side. They "WILL" go the other way...
CC on the other hand does provide an element of surprise and does not draw any un-needed attention especially by those anti-firearms people...
My county has reduced the fee :) No range qualifying, one day class. Photo, Prints and about 6 weeks for a complete background check. "Shall Issue" state, however the sheriff still has some discretion to reject issuing ???
Looking to complete CCW application in Jan.
 

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I will wait those 175 days or so... then do a happy dance with ya sir !! :D
160 days now. CC-day in Illinois will be 9-Jun-2013 unless there is IL legislation before then.
 

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In my area the state has dropped the need to notify the local police chief or the sheriff. A friend submitted his application in mid Nov and received his CWFL in just a day or so over three weeks. I guess that is one of the reason Florida is called the Gunshine state.
 

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OK...Let's see how many states we have now...

1.) PA
2.) FL
3.) OK
4.) MN
5.) SC
6.) AZ
7.) CA
8.) WA
9.) TX
10.) WI
11.) MO
12.) IA
13.) KY
14.) OH
15.) NC
16.) NH
17.) AR
18.) MI
19.) IN
20.) CO
21.) UT
22.) VA
23.) WY
24.) GA
25.) NV
 
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