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  1. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2010
    Location
    Santa Fe Area, New Mexico
    Posts
    3,487
    Mailed my paperwork with FLA the end of Sept 09. Received my non resident 4 Feb 10. Clean record, go figure! Gov't at its finest. Sorry thing about it, I was born and raised there.

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  3. #12
    Join Date
    Oct 2009
    Location
    Md/ Westminster
    Posts
    13
    took about two months to get mine back denied just because I didn't hand write Maryland State Trooper Barracks G, I called Fla they said hand write it in and remail it. Three months later I got my permit

  4. I received mine in 10 days, but I applied in person while I was visiting FL (I am an Ohio resident). I was not sure that I wanted to take one of the last days of our vacation to go and apply in person, but I was told that if the application was submitted by mail that it was taking 4 to 8 months. We have another trip planned to FL next month for business, and the FL permit will allow me to carry in every state we will be in (the OH permit is not good in GA, AL, MS, or LA), so I decided it was worth the time.

    Neal

  5. Mailed in non-res with paper-card prints. About 4 months.

  6. #15

    Florida Permit

    Mailed my Application on September15, 2009 ,Arrived at Florida On September 17, 2009,Cashed my Money Order on September 22,2009 , Permit Arrived in my Mailbox on October 23,2009, Excatly 37 Days after I Mailed it to them. Thought that was pretty quick turn around time...

  7. #16
    went to tellehassee on my way down to the everglades, filled out the app. had permit in the mail 5-6 days later. really nice gals. was a real surprise to get it that quick.

  8. Tomorrow will be one month since they recieved my application. Nothing yet.
    Retired US Army Medic
    Proud Husband, Dad and Christian
    www.nationofshooters.com

  9. CCW Permits

    Morning every one. I got my AZ. in about 4 weeks NP. I sent my Utah non resident in and it took 5 weeks just got it yesterday. Did carry for about 40 years back in the east coast but let it drop from lack of use and $$$. You just have to wait. It will arrive. I am sure all the agencys are over loaded with work .

    I agree it takes time to get a CCW permit. It should be an unquestionable privilege. We really are asking whom ever does a back ground check that hopefully they are doing their job. We should never have to worry about a weapon permit being in the wrong hands and I am sure they are doing the best they can.

    I have a 9mm 19 Glock nice weapon but not good for CC. Just purchased a 380 Thunder for CC for my self and my wife. Nice little inexpensive weapon.

    The safety features are great for a woman or man for CC. Less than 2 seconds to take off safety and your ready to stop who or what ever .

    Have a nice day,
    Mr. Bob
    Last edited by bobkay1022; 03-22-2010 at 10:58 AM. Reason: mistake

  10. I called Florida this morning. They tell me that they recieved my application on February 18th and have not begun working it yet.
    Retired US Army Medic
    Proud Husband, Dad and Christian
    www.nationofshooters.com

  11. #20
    Quote Originally Posted by kn1080 View Post
    I called Florida this morning. They tell me that they recieved my application on February 18th and have not begun working it yet.
    They had to take time off to celebrate St. Patrick's Day and the Vernal Equinox. Hopefully when the smoke clears from the trust fund raid, some of that fund can be used for system upgrades to speed up service times. My hat goes off to Marion Hammer for keeping up with all the issues down in Florida.

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