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This is a discussion on Florida Paperwork within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; Go back to first page or click here: http://licgweb.doacs.state.fl.us/license/forms.html Hey P95, looks like great minds think alike. LOL...

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    Go back to first page or click here: http://licgweb.doacs.state.fl.us/license/forms.html



    Hey P95, looks like great minds think alike. LOL


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    Talking

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    Living in California if I get a FLA permit and a Utah permit I an carry in a total of 38 states. I am also first getting the PA permit because it is only 20.00 and they just want to see your license from your state
    Florida does require a training course but it says that the certificate from your state required training class will work. It also requires the trainers signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rugerman
    Living in California if I get a FLA permit and a Utah permit I an carry in a total of 38 states. I am also first getting the PA permit because it is only 20.00 and they just want to see your license from your state
    Florida does require a training course but it says that the certificate from your state required training class will work. It also requires the trainers signature.
    New Hampshire is the same price, has the same requirements and gives you 5 states PA does not: Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, and North Dakota. PA has 2 that NH does not have: Montana and Texas. You might want to consider both. I don't see andy reason to get Florida and Utah. The only state that Florida gives you that Utah doesn't is PA. Utah has Minnesota and Washington that FL does not. If you have either PA or NH non-resident you have PA so you would be spending $117 for the right to carry in Florida since that is the only state that would not be covered by Utah, PA and NH.
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    Where to get training in S Fla?

    I was never in the military, and though my brother could train me (he's an NRA instructor), I've never had time whenever we visit (too busy playing with kids and stuff). Where can I get the training in South Florida necessary for the CCW permit?

    I was going to call some gunshops, but thought I'd try the forum since the answer might help others too. Thanks in advance for any help.

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    acs - welcome to CC -

    We have boatloads of FL folks here and so I fully expect you'll get some useful pointers.
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    Dang, FLA is quick. I sent off for it on either Monday or Tuesday (can't remember which) and I got it today, Friday. The Georgia Dept. of Natural Resources is sending a replacement hunter safety card so there is my proof of "training".
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    I can tell you from personal experience that what you are seeing is not the least bit unusual. The staff you're dealing with are routinely fast and efficient.

    If you have any questions or hit any snags in the process, you can talk to them by phone or email, and you'll find them to be most helpful.

    When it's over and done, it's a bit of a kick to have a permit signed by Charles Bronson, too!

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