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  1. #11
    Quote Originally Posted by mark56de View Post
    It could be worse. In Illinois (I think, but could be wrong), a judge is allowing a freedom of information act request from a newspaper for a listing of all individuals with permit, which includes address information.
    It is Illinois and yes it is worse there.

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  3. I've finally filed application for the CCDW in Delaware. The newspaper posting requirement was perhaps the easiest (but not cheapest) part of the process. For my ZIP code, I had to post with the News Journal. They have a person that seems to just do legal type stuff. She knew exactly what was needed, and I was able have the notice posted within days. I suspect other papers also have people whose responsibility it is to do legal notices, and it should be fairly easy there also.

  4. #13
    Quote Originally Posted by mark56de View Post
    As has been mentioned at least twice, people think this is a dumb law. However, it is the law.

    It doesn't help to complain about the law here and say nothing to the people that make the laws.

    We are all fond of saying that the law only hurts law-abiding, responsible citizens, and does nothing for the criminal. It's true, but if you're a law-abiding citizen, you'll comply with the law.

    Delaware is a "may issue" state, so one will need to have an immaculate application. If you don't want to do the newspaper posting, don't apply for the permit. On the other hand, Delaware is (in theory) an open carry state, and you don't need to comply with the newspaper posting requirement to do that.

    It could be worse. In Illinois (I think, but could be wrong), a judge is allowing a freedom of information act request from a newspaper for a listing of all individuals with permit, which includes address information.
    The legislature (to their credit) managed to get a law signed by our brain-dead sock-puppet governor that keeps the FOID (Firearm Owner's Identification card) information "private."

  5. #14
    Quote Originally Posted by ScottMac View Post
    The legislature (to their credit) managed to get a law signed by our brain-dead sock-puppet governor that keeps the FOID (Firearm Owner's Identification card) information "private."
    That's being very unfair to sock-puppets. I am sure that there are a lot of sock puppets who are smarter than the IL governor.

  6. #15
    (sigh)
    Indeed; you caught me.
    To the many sock puppets I may have offended, I sincerely apologize. I was merely attempting to give the man an extra benefit of the doubt. He is as corrupt and brain damaged as the man he replaced; both are the rule, rather than the exception for politicians in Illinois; their ineptitude and level of suckage is beyond description to those living in other states.

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    Quite, yes

  8. #17
    Quote Originally Posted by ScottMac View Post
    (sigh)
    Indeed; you caught me.
    To the many sock puppets I may have offended, I sincerely apologize.
    Mr. Hat accepts your apology.

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    Yes Delaware has had this requirment forever, Remember its a very small State which stays true to its heritage by allowing open carry,Del is the 1st State, they have no sales tax in the state and property taxes are literally 1/5th of New Jersey, This is why by July my family wil be geading 20 miles south outta NJ and into the State of Del, a state who has The Death Penalty on the Books By Foring Sqaud still , No Joke, maybe crown Jewell of NE.... I own a 3500 sq ft house in NJ, alotted on 1 acre, currently my Annual property Taxes are $11,600,We will relocate to Middletown in New Castle Cty, house ia being Built and hopefully June 1 is move date, 4500Sq Ft house, seated on 6 Acre lot, Ill be taking a Mortgae for $375k putting 20% dwn, My House now jas a $300k Mort, my paymnt will be $600 less a month cause my taxes w 6 Acres of privacy is $4200 Annually, it was such a break, I clda bought a 6500 Sq Ft Mansion on 1 Acre and paymnt had to be refigured twice cauae i thought it was a joke, Prop values are less in Del but its the Taxes that kill NJ, its unreal here, and The Kindergartners only hace half days atill in NJ, wy taxes that get embezzled uaed a graft or pay a salary to someone who is related to mayor and is getting Paid a great salary and can barely follow verbal instructs.. My state needs to simply start over, Politicians are the problem, sayin ill donate my $25 k salary and all sudden guy is buying Land in diff counties and nvr donates and double dips, we have a County Admin who was given a 5 year $1mill contract and we have 400k residents, he makea 30k more then the Gov, rumored to have had Pics of a State Senator w his Chief Of Staff whose salary is a 140k cause she has 2 positions abd her Daddy i pres of Carpentars Union, senators dad is head of Iron workers union and they get all no bid contracts, this is root of NJ issues

  10. Quote Originally Posted by mark56de View Post
    I was able to find public notices that appear to meet the Delaware requirements. The wording was very consistent from advertisement to advertisement

    LEGAL NOTICE
    RE: DEADLY WEAPON
    I, <full name>. residing at <address including ZIP Code> will make application to the judges of the superior court of the State of Delaware in and for New Castle County at Wilmington for the next term for a license to carry a concealed deadly weapon, or weapons, for the protection of my person(s), or property, or both.

    <full name>
    <date>

    I found it at

    Delaware Public Notice

    using "concealed" in the search word box.

    Mark
    Does this fulfill the delaware ccw requirements 100%???

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    giving your address not only makes you a target for the Anti's but letting the local community and criminals know where to find guns. Very counter productive. Totally taking the 'conceal" out of the process.

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