Class for FL non resident permit in Roch NY

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    Class for FL non resident permit in Roch NY

    Hi all,

    I just sent away for my application packet from Florida and have already contacted the Hillsborough sheriffs department about getting electronically fingerprinted when I am there next month. Would anyone know what class I need to take to meet the requirments for the FL permit and where I can find such a class here in Rochester NY?

    Thanks in advance

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    A copy of your DD214 or any NRA handgun / hunters safety should work.
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    I don't think the Sheriff's office in Hillborough County does electronic fingerprinting but I may be wrong. I was told to go to the Pinellas Sheriff's office and get it done. Not every sheriff's office in Florida has the capability.There was a big sign that said you had to have proof of being a county resident when I got there. I told the officer that my sons live in Pinellas County (Oldsmar) and I visit quite regularly he agreed to do it. It cut my wait time to 18 days from mailbox to mailbox.

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    I called jsut a little while before my post and she said that they indeed do the electronic printing for CCW ONLY. I did also tell her that I was from out of state and it was for a non resident permit and she did not say anything about residency. She said its $5 and to bring my card and ID.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lopadrino79 View Post
    I called jsut a little while before my post and she said that they indeed do the electronic printing for CCW ONLY. I did also tell her that I was from out of state and it was for a non resident permit and she did not say anything about residency. She said its $5 and to bring my card and ID.

    You might want to double check. I thought all fingerprinting cost the same. I paid $42 in St. Johns county for electronic prints. It was cash only and needed exact change.

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    I'll bet is much more than $5 for electronic fingerprinting. Can't always trust what the person on the other end of the phone say, especially when dealing with the county government offices. My wife was charged around $35 I believe when she had her done in Seminole County a few months ago.

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    The website with the info:

    http://licgweb.doacs.state.fl.us/CWC...ntinfo790.html

    This is how you pay after you get the transaction control number

    https://www3.fdle.state.fl.us/caps/default.htm

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    Well in anycase I am not worried about the cost, I was expecting to pay $30 to $40 anyways before I was told $5.

    I was really just looking for the proper class to take to meet the requirements and if anyone here in Rochester knew where or when one was available.

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    There are NRA Basic Pistolclasses held at GCL that will satisfy the requirement...contact David Jenkins at www.Rochesterpersonaldefence.com

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    If the requirements of a home state are essentially the same as Florida, and you had a license in your home state, would you still have to take a course?

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