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    Ignore my ignorance Please

    Is there such a thing as a Federal Concealed Carry Permit?

    If so how does one go about applying for it.

    If not Please stop laughing at me...

    Thanks.
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    I think you'd have to work for the FBI...other than that, no.

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    No, there is not.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    No, there is not.
    Thank you.
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    Ex police officers have carry privileges generally, however there is no universal CCW.
    Arizona has one of the most widely accepted and honored CCWs available. I can travel to every state I want to travel too and carry.

    Just check your state reciprocity etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnClan View Post
    Ex police officers have carry privileges generally, however there is no universal CCW.
    Arizona has one of the most widely accepted and honored CCWs available. I can travel to every state I want to travel too and carry.

    Just check your state reciprocity etc.
    Ex police officers is a poor choice of words, because it makes the statement untrue.

    Current or retired officers enjoy carry privileges, not the guy who got fired or quit.
    "Just blame Sixto"

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Ex police officers is a poor choice of words, because it makes the statement untrue.

    Current or retired officers enjoy carry privileges, not the guy who got fired or quit.
    You have to have 15 years on the job first, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by GWRedDragon View Post
    You have to have 15 years on the job first, right?
    I'm assuming your talking about retirement.
    That would depend on a lot of factors, but generally speaking, no. Most states require 25-30 years for full retirement, but thats for money, not carry privilages.
    If I had got hurt 3 years into the job and took a medical, I'd be a retired LEO and able to carry. I up and quit 16 years into it, then no, I'm not retired and probably could not carry under the LEO banner.
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    I think this topic came up not long ago.
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    If anyone tell you a federal exists, ask for the form number.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dal1Celt View Post
    Is there such a thing as a Federal Concealed Carry Permit?

    If so how does one go about applying for it.

    If not Please stop laughing at me...

    Thanks.

    oh sorry just one more This has been talked about here many time. I will say again. We don't want the Feds to mess with our carry. Just imagine what would happen if this next election goes bad.
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    Originally Posted by Dal1Celt
    Is there such a thing as a Federal Concealed Carry Permit?

    If so how does one go about applying for it.

    If not Please stop laughing at me...

    Thanks.
    You won't be laughed at for asking a question on this forum. Least of all by me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SIXTO View Post
    Ex police officers is a poor choice of words, because it makes the statement untrue.

    Current or retired officers enjoy carry privileges, not the guy who got fired or quit.
    You are correct, I will word it better next time!
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    I seem to remember a thread a while back, where someone had solicited or retained an attorney and portrayed that something like this (nationwide permit) was possible for a nominal fee. They were looking into a form of group buy into the deal somehow. I'd do a search , but maybe the mods can point you in the right direction?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dal1Celt View Post
    Is there such a thing as a Federal Concealed Carry Permit?

    If so how does one go about applying for it.

    If not Please stop laughing at me...

    Thanks.
    A definite no, but I believe you can still get the 'badge' on line though...
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