Oklahoma CC Application Submitted

Oklahoma CC Application Submitted

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    Oklahoma CC Application Submitted

    Well, I don't post much here but I read a lot and I thought I would share my experiences.

    My wife and myself went through the safety and range training as required last Sept and finally got around to sending it off yesterday. (I know, I'm slow.)

    Here's a rundown of the cost:

    • Class ...$60.00 each
    • Passport Photos ...$10.50 each
    • Fingerprinting ...$20.00 each
    • Application Fee (SO) ... $10.00 each
    • Application Fee (OSBI) ...$100.00 each
    • Total ...$401.00 Combined


    So far, it's been a relatively painless experience. They had a heck if a time getting a good set of prints. Hopefully, all will go well and I will get a call in around 60 to 90 days. Wish us luck!
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    I waited pretty much the full 90 days for mine.
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    Makes me wonder why in some states it costs $30-$50 to issue a permit (in 45 days or less--in some cases, MUCH less)......and other states require a small fortune and 4-6 months to issue.

    Congrats on the soon-to-have permit
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    Quote Originally Posted by SIGguy229 View Post
    Makes me wonder why in some states it costs $30-$50 to issue a permit (in 45 days or less--in some cases, MUCH less)......and other states require a small fortune and 4-6 months to issue.

    Congrats on the soon-to-have permit
    It goes back to the Jim Crow laws created to keep the poor and lower class from being armed.

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    Hopefully you will get the permits soon
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    Mine took only about 40 days a year and a half ago. My wife submitted hers in mid-February, so I'm hoping for an early April return.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mlr1m View Post
    It goes back to the Jim Crow laws created to keep the poor and lower class from being armed.

    Michael
    So laws passed in the 90s are Jim Crow laws? Not so much.

    Really it is just a function of state governments. Why do some states have income taxes and others do not? Why do some places have double or triple the tax on gas than others have? Just depends what they state legislators decide to charge and how expensive they want it to be. In reality, none are all that expensive. Most of us have a box of holsters that cost several times what any permit would cost.
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