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boulder county ccw wait

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    boulder county ccw wait

    Applied for my ccw dec. 9th and they said it would be 4-6 weeks before they would contact me for fingerprints and photo. I called today and was told they had just started contacting people who applied in november! I'm starting to think my card won't be coming on that 90 day mark.....Anyone else from boulder go through this?


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    Talking to my buddy from Erie on the phone right now and he said it took his exactly 89 days.
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    Legal time, to process the permit, allotted by the state of Colorado is 90 days.

    Make a wave.

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    Mine only took 5 weeks here in El Paso County.

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    Lots of related info at Colorado Concealed Carry Forums

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    ..the Republic of Boulder...
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    experience comes from bad decisions"

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    Quote Originally Posted by surefire7 View Post
    ..the Republic of Boulder...
    i don't know why i don't just move 5 miles north into larimer county....

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    Quote Originally Posted by surefire7 View Post
    ..the Republic of Boulder...
    No No. It is the People's Republic of Boulder.

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    I'm in Boulder County. Mine was very close to the 90 day mark. Probably about day 85. This was last summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alf87 View Post
    Mine only took 5 weeks here in El Paso County.
    mine took 5 business days. hehe.

    Also, Terry Miketa is not running for sheriff again next year. I sure hope El Paso county lucks out and gets someone who can fill his shoes. Sheriff Miketa sure did a good job for us pro 2A people.


    Edit: heh, forgot the original intent of the reply. The republic of Boulder has always pushed the time limit as far as they are legally allowed.
    Due to it's content the posting above should not have been read by anyone.

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    It doesn't matter if it takes 90 days or 5. It will feel like an eternity either way. Good luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BurgDog View Post
    No No. It is the People's Republic of Boulder.
    Surprisingly, Boulder county was one of the relatively few counties in Colorado that issued permits before the state-wide shall-issue law was passed. The sheriff at the time, George Epp, was open-minded enough to read the statistics on CCW (that were accummulating because of the states that earlier passed shall-issue laws). He changed his initial prejudice against citizen concealed-carry, and started issuing permits (and probably took a lot of heat for doing it, I suspect).

    I don't know Sheriff Pelle's (the current sheriff's) attitude about citizen concealed-carry, though.

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