Pretty Quick...

This is a discussion on Pretty Quick... within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Just requested my renewal FL CCW permit. Mailed it off on Sep 7th...got it in the mail on Sep 17th. Just 10 days 'door to ...

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    Pretty Quick...

    Just requested my renewal FL CCW permit.
    Mailed it off on Sep 7th...got it in the mail on Sep 17th.
    Just 10 days 'door to door'...I'd say that's pretty quick.

    $65 for 7 years...less than $10/year...
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    Nice to know. Mine expires next year. Also nice that the new one will expire in 7 years instead of 5.

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    TonyD, your avatar is either the Fort in St. A...or your backyard is well-protected.
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    That's pretty quick!
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    Some one down there needs to be re-elected...!

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    I sent my renewal off last month,I know the instructor so renewal class was $0,with Veteran deduction for license COST WAS $35.00,should receive license within 60 days,current license good til December
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    That is quick. You can get a 4 year or lifetime in Indiana. Only thing is, I wish IN made you take a class like every other state. I was fortunate that when I came into the world of guns, I had 2 very good teachers. Plus I've been certified as an armed guard through 2 different employers.

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    Yep, 10 days door to door is not bad at all!
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    Quote Originally Posted by retsupt99 View Post
    TonyD, your avatar is either the Fort in St. A...or your backyard is well-protected.
    That's correct ..St Augustine, the oldest city in the US.

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    The best I have ever experienced was New Hampshire. I dropped my check and application in the mail in Ohio, and received my permit eight days later. Pennsylvania was pretty quick, too, taking ten days mailbox to mailbox. My local sheriff's department is notorious for dragging their feet on applications, so much so that nearly everyone applies in one of the surrounding counties.

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    Here in Idaho, its $22.00 for five years, so thats less than $4.50 a year.

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    Thats a good price. I can get mine in about 10 minutes at the Sheriffs departmet in AL, but its a little more at $20 a year.

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    Awesome turnaround time. Congrats.
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    As a first time applicant this year, I also had a turn around time of 9 days. Even better was the turn time at the divisional office. Online app passport photo and electronic prints all in 17 minutes from the time I turned the car off to restarting it to leave. Being from NJ and now in FL, that is the most effecient govt office I have seen.

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