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    Missouri is a must issue state, all applications are through the county sheriff’s office. On the 45th day they must issue regardless if all the checks have returned or not. They can then revoke if something bad shows up. Some counties stretch it up to the 45 day limit, most do a respectable turnaround it took us 5 working days to get ours. Cost $100 for training/qualification class (mandatory) $100 (cash only) to County Sheriff and $16 to the DMV. Option to have it on your driver’s license or separate ID. As some places hold your Drivers License in case of a traffic violation, we opted for a separate ID.
    "No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson

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    Indiana Permit Holder

    I was told by Indiana State Police that they wouldn't even start looking at the paperwork until 8 weeks out, then would take up to another month to get it. I had mine in just under 8 weeks. Dunno how the math works, but I'm happy!

    -> Taipan
    Makarov IJ70-18A (IMEZ) shooter

  4. #83
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    When I first applied for my permit in 2004, it took 24 days for it to arrive to my mailbox. In 2008 when I had to renew (this time, I applied for a lifetime permit), my permit arrived in 45 days. It's nice knowing that I'll never have to go through this process again as long as I live in Indiana, though!
    Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.

    Benjamin Franklin

  5. #84
    Quote Originally Posted by tattedupboy View Post
    When I first applied for my permit in 2004, it took 24 days for it to arrive to my mailbox. In 2008 when I had to renew (this time, I applied for a lifetime permit), my permit arrived in 45 days. It's nice knowing that I'll never have to go through this process again as long as I live in Indiana, though!
    As you saw in my last post, I'm from Indiana as well. I almost went for the life time, but being raised in Ca, I did absolutely not believe that they were actually going to give me a license to carry a weapon. That is just so far out of my realm of experience. I'll be getting the life time upon renewal as well!

  6. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by astute View Post
    Last Idaho took 2 weeks for renewal return and Non-resident Nevada also took 2 weeks for renewal return. I was pleasently amazed
    If I might ask, what is the benifit to having a non-resident Nevada permit?

  7. #86
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    In Pa. they have 45 days. Got mine in just about 2 weeks!

  8. Put my paperwork in today .They said it would be about 4 weeks.No checks here cash.

  9. #88
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    Got my non res Utah permit today, 68 days from the check being cashed.
    "No free man shall ever be debarred the use of arms."--Thomas Jefferson

  10. #89
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    It took about 3 weeks from the day I started the background check 'til the day I got it. It may have been sooner, but the Lt. for the Sheriff's Dept. (Who is the one who handles all the CCW permits in my city) was on vacation for one of those weeks. It works a little different here, though... I just got a slip of paper after I passed my background check, which I took to my local License Bureau, and got a Missouri State I.D. card with my CCW license the same day.
    When it comes to handguns, there are Sig Sauers, then there's everything else.

  11. #90
    Quote Originally Posted by ADJ423 View Post
    Got my non res Utah permit today, 68 days from the check being cashed.
    Alrighty. I'll be watching for 68 days or so then.

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