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    Colorado CWP Approximate waiting period

    Florida- 48 days Adams County- 51 days

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    They have 90 days under the law, and they usually take it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwmorrisonjr View Post
    They have 90 days under the law, and they usually take it.
    Arapahoe County took the full 90 days with mine...
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    Mesa County...Took 60 days for mine.

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    Baca County was 14 days for the inital app under the previous sheriff , and renewal under this one was same day with a deputy hand delivering me and SWMBO's permits to the house .
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    Adams County took 55 days.

    I heard a rumor that the county has to give a portion of the application fee to the state after they issue the permit. So a lot of counties wait as long as possible so they can earn interest on the money before it goes to the state.

    I would not think it makes much of a difference, but thats the rumor... and I have nothing to back it up of course :)
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    Boulder got me through with about a day to spare.

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    El Paso county ... about a week from the time I dropped off the paperwork till it showed up in the mail.

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    time line

    Larimer County 49 days

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    Garfield Co

    Garfield Co took 22 days.

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    Douglas County 16 Days.

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    Elpaso County 3 weeks

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    So is CO currently issuing non-res permits ?

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    Jefferson 90 days.

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    El Paso County: I had mine about 9 days after dropping off my paperwork and money.

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