Process for CCP: GA Specific.

Process for CCP: GA Specific.

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    Process for CCP: GA Specific.

    does anybody know what the process is for getting a CCP in Georgia?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrod012889 View Post
    does anybody know what the process is for getting a CCP in Georgia?
    Check out www.georgiapacking.org for county by county instructions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dam294 View Post
    Check out Welcome to GeorgiaPacking.org for county by county instructions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jrod012889 View Post
    thanks
    And by the way in GA a GFL (Georgia Firearms License) allows you to carry open or concealed.

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    Check out the mentioned site, but basically it's show up at your county's probate court, fork over about $46 (depends on county and if you can get electronic fingerprinting), fill out an application saying your not mental or a felon, do your fingerprints. That's it, oh and wait about 2 to 4 months for the GBI to do your background check. If you happen to be active duty military, then you don't need a license in GA.

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    if youve ever been convicted of even misd drugs even in any state your prohibited also.


    yes military US or GA is exempt from needing a GFl georgia code 16-11-130.3
    military can carry just like a cop courthouses, church,govt building, public gathering etc




    if your planning on getting the GFL go now this month, july 1st the price goes up 20$ :(
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    Quote Originally Posted by j21blackjack View Post
    Check out the mentioned site, but basically it's show up at your county's probate court, fork over about $46 (depends on county and if you can get electronic fingerprinting), fill out an application saying your not mental or a felon, do your fingerprints. That's it, oh and wait about 2 to 4 months for the GBI to do your background check. If you happen to be active duty military, then you don't need a license in GA.
    Actually the law states you must receive your license within 60 days, but quite a few counties are turning them around much quicker than that, some within two weeks.

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    my father got his same day in Jekins county, Glynn took 13 days for mine
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    3 business days for mine, $44.25 total fees, Walker County

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    A trip to the probate judge for initial index finger and fill out paper work. Off to where ever your county does the finger printing - mine was the county jail - more paper work, then off to the sheriff's office to turn in paper work and more money. Must have exact change at each step of the process - at least in my county. Wait. With GCO on their backs, they have been turning them around pretty quickly.

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