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  1. #31
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    Permit Cost

    Kent Co. - MI
    - $105 for application and fingerprinting
    - $10 passport photos
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    - $115 total - permit good for 5 years
    “You shall know the truth and the truth shall make you mad.” – Aldous Huxley

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  3. #32
    Wow I must have it good:
    Custer County, South Dakota: $10.00 fee for a 4 year permit. I filled out the application at the sheriff's office and paid the fee. At that time I was given a 'temp' permit, my reciept for the fee. A few days later the permit came in the mail. When I purchased pistols or long guns, there was no fee that I remember, and I walked out the same day with the weapon. On one occasion I purchased the target ammunition at the same time.
    Is this a great country or what!

  4. #33
    In Arkansas, the state regulates and administrates all paperwork, there is no special fee or license to purchase a firearm. Some businesses might charge for the background check, but none I've been to for pricing firearms has it advertised.

    To get a CHL in Arkansas requires you to have taken a class by a certified instructor, and those fee's vary. License cost is $144.75, however.

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    AL pistol permit... Anywhere from $15 to $25 dollars depending on which county you live in. It is $15 in St. Clair County. My girlfriend/fiance lives in Bibb County and paid $20 for hers.

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    I'm in California, so it's damn near impossible. I've never tried because I would never be approved and it would be a waste of money. Rememer, CA is not part of the USA, it's the Republic Of CA (Conservatives or Constitutionalist need not apply).

    Look at how obsurd it is to even attempt

    Getting Started – Requirements for a CA CCW - CalCCW

    Hey, where did my 2nd Amendment go?

    Can be as much as $500.00

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    Quote Originally Posted by FieldTester View Post
    I'm in California, so it's damn near impossible. I've never tried because I would never be approved and it would be a waste of money. Rememer, CA is not part of the USA, it's the Republic Of CA (Conservatives or Constitutionalist need not apply).

    Look at how obsurd it is to even attempt

    Getting Started – Requirements for a CA CCW - CalCCW

    Hey, where did my 2nd Amendment go?

    Can be as much as $500.00
    Well it sounds like you have an escape plan devised... Good for you!

  8. #37
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    Quote Originally Posted by Glockster20 View Post
    Well it sounds like you have an escape plan devised... Good for you!

    LOL, well said sir!

  9. State of Rhode Island $40/ 4 years
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  10. #39
    In Oklahoma --

    $60 for gun safety course
    $100 to Okla State Bureau of Investigation for background check
    $35 to county Sheriff dept - finger prints, 2 photos and application processing

    $195 for a 5 yr license
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    Quote Originally Posted by MI .45 View Post
    Kent Co. - MI
    - $105 for application and fingerprinting
    - $10 passport photos
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    - $115 total - permit good for 5 years
    I live in the county next to MI.45 and the costs were the same except I also had to take the firearms safety course evan though I've handled and fired practically every type of pistol design, and shot on many pistol teams over a span of 35 years. So add on $125.00. In fairness however, the class turned out to be quite interesting and I appreciated the chance to discuss mutual interests with other likeminded folks. A money order wasn't necessary and the sheriff's office is right on the way to the grocery store so I couldn't really claim those as expenses. It's unfortunate that some of you other folks have it so rough, but then again, compared to North Dakota and some of the other posts from around the country, I'm getting to screws put to me pretty good too!

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