permit to purchase wait fro sherburn co. mn

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    permit to purchase wait fro sherburn co. mn

    just wondering how long the wait is for the permit to perchase. they told me 7-10 biz days for sherburn co. mn. anyone have an idea on this. thanks.
    sorry about the miss spell.

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    I believe the law is 7 business days (IMO) but wouldn't gripe about the extra three. Mine only took 7 in Rock County.

    Option 1
    Fill out a the Minnesota Uniform Firearm Application/Receipt Permit to Purchase/Transfer. Submit the application to your local police chief, or if your municipality does not have a police department, to your county's sheriff. The law enforcement agency will conduct a series of background-related checks to assure you meet eligibility requirements established in state law.
    Once those checks are complete, a one-year permit to purchase a handgun in Minnesota will be issued. If you are applying for a permit to transfer the law enforcement agency must notify you of its status within seven days of receipt.
    If you are selling a handgun and the buyer has not obtained a permit to purchase, you must notify the local police department or sheriff's office of the potential transaction. Once the law enforcement agency receives the transfer/purchase agreement, the agency has five days to determine the potential buyer's eligibility to possess a handgun.
    Option 2
    If you want to make a one-time purchase of a handgun from a dealer and you do not have a permit to purchase, you may apply directly at the gun shop where you will purchase the handgun. The gun shop will require you to complete a consent form that allows them to conduct a name and date-of-birth background check to determine your eligibility to purchase a gun. The gun shops are entitled to charge a fee for this service.

    From the Minnesota BCA website.

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    i remember reading that, thats why i was asking because today was day 8. maybe i will call them tomorrow after work. thanks for the reply.

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    low and behold, it came today. time to go gun shopping

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    You need a permit to purchase what 2A gives you the right to own?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    You need a permit to purchase what 2A gives you the right to own?
    Says the guy who will be taking anger management classes to buy ammo soon. Just kidding, a lot of other States laws seem absurd to me as well. But they've got it better than Illinois!

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    You need a permit to purchase what 2A gives you the right to own?
    Mn requires permit to purchase or permit to carry for purchase of handguns.

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    we can buy rifles and shotguns over the counter with a fast back ground check, but hand guns are a different story. just Mn laws. if i had the permit to carry that would take care of the permit to buy also.
    but it one step at a time for now.

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    The PTC as a purchase permit my become void. Senator Latz and Representative Paymar are trying to push through legislation that will strip that function of the Carry Permit. Latz got it through the Senate Judiciary Committee last night and Paymar will try to get it through the House committee on Tuesday.

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    Re: permit to purchase wait fro sherburn co. mn

    Dayton owes us a veto big time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunder71 View Post
    Dayton owes us a veto big time.

    how very true, i have to say that this is his very first real job and he better get it right!!!!!!!

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    I think you all need to put the heat on your state legislature and tell the bums to fix the law or expect to be voted out of office. Just my hillbilly opinion.

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    Just my hillbilly opinion
    got to love that, and point well taken.

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    I have permit to carry and I still had a 72hr hold placed on me by NICS. So dont get too excited.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lucasoil4u View Post
    I have permit to carry and I still had a 72hr hold placed on me by NICS. So dont get too excited.

    one has nothing to do with the other.

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