Thank goodness for grace periods

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    Thank goodness for grace periods

    I sent the require $85 for renewal of my Oklahoma CCW license a couple of month ago and just thought to double check when my license really expires. I've got 3 days left and the thought of going without spooked me. I decided to double check the Oklahoma CCW site and found this:
    *"There is a 30-day grace period on license renewals beginning on the date of expiration, after which the license is considered expired."

    Whew!
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    Hey, fellow Okie!

    Uh...just what does the renewal process consist of? How does it go?

    Mine expires next year, and I don't want any gaps.

    Whatta I gotta do?
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    along the expired license theme , DO NOT LET YOU DL EXPIRE , mine is because i didn't want the new style thumb print one . now to get my passport renewed, draw money from my account ,and other stuff . i have to prove MY citizenship .

    seems the good guys have to suffer loss of freedoms more and more .

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    Here in Indiana your old license is good [with copy of new application] as long as your old license hasn't expired, until your new one arrives. This is from the ISP handgun licensing office.

    I no longer have this to worry about as I now possess a "Lifetime License To Carry" from the state of Indiana.

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    Go to this site for oklahoma. http://www.osbi.state.ok.us/PublicServices/SDA.html They have all the directions, It wouldn't let me cut and paste the info. You can also call this number for a renewal packet. there will be directions in it. 800-207-6724 The cost is $85. You can renew 90 days before your card expires. From my experience I suggest you use that 90 days.

    Wow a lifetime license, what a dream! I was at least smart enough to get the lifetime Oklahoma hunting and fishing license back when they were $300 or $400. Now I think they are around $700.
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    Renewing is much like getting it done the first time, minus finger prints and the class.
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    Took less than 5 days here in "wild, wonderful, West Virginia"! Sheriff's ofc called at work: "Permit's ready, come get it!"

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    Last time I renewed mine, I did it at the max of 6 months before. 2 weeks later I had the renewal. The law has changed now in Michigan with a grace period with a renewal receipt as long as it's done a certain number of days ahead.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sharpetop View Post
    I no longer have this to worry about as I now possess a "Lifetime License To Carry" from the state of Indiana.
    what in the world is that? i didnt know such thing existed anywhere, but the places u dont need a license of course. or are you an LEO?
    im confused

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    Quote Originally Posted by friesepferd View Post
    what in the world is that? i didnt know such thing existed anywhere, but the places u dont need a license of course. or are you an LEO?
    im confused
    The state of Indiana now offers a lifetime carry license (as of last year, I think). No expiration, no renewals!

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    Hmn, I had a lifetime longgun permit in Mass.

    Well, I don't know who's lifetime it was but sure not MY lifetime. Perhaps it was the lifetime of common sense.

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    Alabama is good news and bad news. Bad news: permit is good for only one year. Good news: walk into the sheriff's office give them the old one and pay - they give you the new one. Depending on sheriff's office done in 30 seconds to 5 minutes.
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    One of the best things about living in Indiana, lifetime CCW permits.
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