CCP fees

This is a discussion on CCP fees within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I have my CCP from Utah (resident), and I paid 50.00 for the class, and 65.25 for the fees (background check and process fingerprints). I ...

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    CCP fees

    I have my CCP from Utah (resident), and I paid 50.00 for the class, and 65.25 for the fees (background check and process fingerprints). I am starting to get interested in getting a few non-res. permits, and am wondering how much other states fees are. Any info would be greatly appreciated, thanks, Sigmanluke
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    Virginia fee for non resident is $100.00. Plus whatever your finger print fees and photo's cost you.

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    Before purchasing any out of state permits, check out the sub-forum Handgunlaw.us. I think Utah has reprocity [sp] with more states than any other permit other than maybe Florida.

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    I'm mostly interested in getting non res. permits in states that don't have reciprocity with my Utah permit, such as Oregon, and some on the East coast. Utah's res. permit is good in 34 states, and Florida's res. permit is also good in 34 states, I want states I don't already have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sigmanluke View Post
    Oregon, and some on the East coast
    Good luck with Oregon. IIRC they only issue non-resident permits to residents of states that border Oregon. Unless it moved, Utah doesn't border it.

    Also - most of the east coast states that don't honor your Utah permit are states that are a ***** to get permits from even as a resident.

    In my limited research on the subject it seems as though 34 is about as many states as one can hope to be valid in without establishing residency in the "*****" states.

    Also keep in mind that many states treat non-resident out of state permits different than they treat resident out of state permits.

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    Your Utah permit is one of the most universal. Getting additional non-res permits will probably not make much of a difference.

    that being said, WA State is $55.25 and it is quite easy. No training, just fill out paperwork in person and pay your $$$.

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    PA is about $26.00 and took 6 days. About the same price for NH but take about 8 weeks.
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    Here in NC, The basic Concealed Handgun Training Class can cost anywhere from $65.00 to $110. I took the class on Feb. 07, 2009 and paid $95.00. Finished in one day Range time included. I turned in my Concealed Carry Application to the Sherrif's Office on 02/13/09 and Pay another $90.00($10 fingerprint fee). This can get expensive, especially if you do not get approved because the Applic. fee is non-refundable.

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    Here in Nevada it costs $100.25 for a CFP. The permit is valid for 5 years. It cost $25.00 to add one additional handgun as well.
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    In Ohio, a class is required. Mine was $75. I have heard horror stories(my words) of classes costing up to $200 depending where you live in the state.

    CHL is $55, but for some odd reason, my county charges $50. This fee could increase if you have not lived in the state for more than 5 years. Certain unfriendly counties go for an FBI background check. More money and more time.

    They have 45 days to grant your License, mine took 1 day.
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    Our permit in Arkansas is 144.25. Good for 5 years and 32 states.
    Classes run anywhere from 50 to 285.
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    Paid a lump sum sorta thing at the local gun show here in Miami FL, The license is $75.00, The class at the show was 140, includes +/- 2 hour class, range fee(for qualification), background check, digital fingerprinting, Notary signature, photograph, all paper work which is free anyway. I know it can be done a bit cheaper but this is all in one place so I didn't have to drive all over town to get it done. I like that idea, so all told, will be 215 for a seven year license.

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    In Kentucky the rate generally for the CCDW class is $85 and then $45 with the permit application.
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    CHL Class range from 115.00 - 150.00. CHL License 140.00

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    There is a place just ouside Houston that charges $95.

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