Welcome from NE Ohio.
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Just turned my ccw application in at hamilton county sheriffs office this past Monday the 20 th. hoping for a quick turnaround time!
I meant to do this years ago but finally got around to it.
Any pointers for new ccers is appreciated. I'm used to shooting glocks so almost certainly buying a 23....wife gets some free 40 caliber ammo for work and im comfortable shooting that gun. But want to have the permit in hand before I buy
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Welcome from Delaware!
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Welcome from a fellow SW Ohioan.
Hamilton County usually has a fairly quick turn around time.
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Hello, Paul, and welcome from Missouri to this great forum - LOTS of good info here!
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Welcome from South Carolina...
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Welcome aboard Paul from the great state of Pennsylvania!