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    Thumper,
    Thanks for the info. I will now have to take the walk at Walmart AND Home Depot. Luckily they are right across the street from each other! OK, so I will take some pics when I get the license and do the walks......with nacho cheese all over my face!!

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    OK guys so i went a while ago to the police dept and put in the application and got fingerprints done! The 30 day timer has started ticking!

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    I can't wait for the pictures!
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    which police department did you apply at?

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    Jeri,
    I applied at the Lacey, WA police dept. At first I was hesitant to give my location, but then I had a thought....The government knows where I sleep and I don't trust them half as much as I trust you guys...lol

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    The pictures SHALL be amazing, and in MY opinion should be mandatory for the walmart walk to be officially considered valid and complete. I will be taking pictures with nachos and ammo!

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    Thats Thurston county right? Im sure you will get yours in less than 30 days, us King County people are the ones who usually suffer from the longest wait :(

    I need to make a trip up there and check out Cabelas when I get my permit.

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    Jeri,
    Yes it is in fact Thurston County. They were very friendly there and they knew what they were doing for sure. When do you get your permit? Have you applied yet? I would be excited to hit Cabelas with ya and maybe the range too!

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    I applied at the Renton PD in King County, Im on day 24 today...

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    Can a non-resident apply thru the mail or must be in person?

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    If you have the nachos, don't forget the peppers... then the 9's, the 40's, the 45's, the 380's, 38's, 357's, 44's etc etc...
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    Hitchking,
    You must apply in person due to fingerprinting requirements. Sorry.

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    Ridgeline,
    I don't get the last part of your post.............

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    Jeri,
    you should have it this week then! Awesome! So when you headed down my way? If only you had just applied we would prob do the walmart walk together....that's probably a DC first!

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