Finally....and it feels so good.

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    Finally....and it feels so good.

    No, I didn't just lose my virginity...well kind of I did (in a carrying kinda way). I called today (90 days exactly in Guilford County NC) and my permit was there. Went and bought myself a cheapo holster until the remora and crossbreed get here for the Glock 26. Now, as I sit and type this, I Have my glock IWB and it feel different, but good. I jumped through the hoops in order to use my constitutional right, 6 months from class to permit. Thanks to this forum for all of the help, it is so appreciated.

    On another note, my bride to be (who gets her CCW next week) will be happy, because I decided to trade in the Sig p238 for a lady smith with some pink grips!

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    90 days??? At any rate, congratulations and good luck with it all. If you don't like the Crossbreed (I hated it), the Brommeland Max-Con V has always been a comfortable parking place for my Glock products. Not cheap and not usually quick, but definitely worth the price and the wait. Whatever you go with, I highly recommend the Wilderness Instructor belt.

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    Yup, 90 days. That is the going rate in Guilford County. All other surrounding counties are running 3-5 weeks. Not sure what theyre gonna do come Dec. 1st when they have 45 days to issue permits!!!! Thanks for the holster advice as well, hopefully I'm happy with the 2 I have coming to me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerff View Post
    Yup, 90 days. That is the going rate in Guilford County. All other surrounding counties are running 3-5 weeks. Not sure what theyre gonna do come Dec. 1st when they have 45 days to issue permits!!!! Thanks for the holster advice as well, hopefully I'm happy with the 2 I have coming to me!
    Ohio sheriff's departments have 45 days from date of application, so the quicker ones get much more business than the ones which drag their feet.

    I just checked your reciprocity, and except for Minnesota, I had to get two non-resident permits to get all the states you have, and I still can't carry in Colorado. Your permit takes longer, but goes much further.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rockerff View Post
    No, I didn't just lose my virginity...well kind of I did (in a carrying kinda way). I called today (90 days exactly in Guilford County NC) and my permit was there. Went and bought myself a cheapo holster until the remora and crossbreed get here for the Glock 26. Now, as I sit and type this, I Have my glock IWB and it feel different, but good. I jumped through the hoops in order to use my constitutional right, 6 months from class to permit. Thanks to this forum for all of the help, it is so appreciated.

    On another note, my bride to be (who gets her CCW next week) will be happy, because I decided to trade in the Sig p238 for a lady smith with some pink grips!
    Congrats on the permit. Now the question is, are the pink grips for her or you?? J/K

    As to what the county will do when the law changes. They will start issuing in the allotted 45 days.
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    Congratulations on the permit!

    Pink grips, I hope those are for the future mrs's.

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    The pink grips are for her! I've got a zebra print set on my glock.....
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    MN is 30 days.

    But congrats to you.

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    Congrats on the new permit. Enjoy!
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    congrats!

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    Congrats, Chatham County took 6 weeks for me.

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    Congratulations on the wait being over. You called at 90 days, they didn't call you when it was ready?

    I admit that I am jealous. Today makes 2 calendar months (July 22nd submittable) for me and my wife for Guilford county. It is really annoying because all the counties around us take 2-5 weeks.

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    Yeah, starting on day 80 I called and was told it was on the sheriffs desk waiting to be signed. My permit is dated 9/10, so they had it for 11 days before I received it. I wouldn't wait a day over the 90 days allowable by law, call or visit and let your case be known.
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