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  1. Quote Originally Posted by John Canuck View Post
    No, I used the terms I intended to use. I don't think the training is necessary, but it's also unrealistic and worthless.

    I don't know about where you live, but there are areas of my house that are longer than 10 yards.

    Have you heard of the Tueller drill?

    Regardless, if the intent of the silly traing is to ensure that people are competent with their guns (that's what people keep telling me is the goal, although I don't buy it), at least make it realistic. You don't get to defend yourself in slow motion.
    I think they based the requirements on the fact that the state was going to require certification, so they made it as easy as possible.

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  3. 60 days SLED received my app on 7/11/13 just got my cwp today 9/11/13

    Sent from my SPH-L720 using USA Carry mobile app

  4. Mailed my application out on July 18, got the permit in the mail today. About 7 weeks.

  5. #64
    Wow, if the current trend continues, the next thing you know, they will be issuing them in a reasonable time.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by John Canuck View Post
    Wow, if the current trend continues, the next thing you know, they will be issuing them in a reasonable time.
    The guy that is teaching my SOC 491 (Sociology of Law Enforcement) class at Clemson is a Lieutenant with the Greenville Sheriff's Office and he and I have had a few discussions on a few different constitutional issues, one being the recent 14th/2nd amendment ruling in the McDonald v. Chicago case. After reading about the case we concluded that the most recent Supreme Court decision on the 14th amendment is that it binds the states to ALL 10 amendments in the Bill of Rights, rather than just the 4-6th amendments as was believed by the Incorporation Doctrine. So my next question for him next week is going to be, if the 14th amendment binds the states to abide by the 2nd amendment, and they cannot pass any law contradicting the 2nd amendment, then how do the states get away with permit requirements?

  7. #66
    They get away with it because no one has yet to take them to task on it. The Bill of Rights only allows one to correct government action. It doesn't prevent it. Now, who has deep enough pockets to take SC to court to challenge the requirement to take training and get a permit before exercising their pre-existing rights as outlined in the Second Amendment? I'll donate a few bucks.

  8. How long does it take for SLED to issue the CWP?

    Quote Originally Posted by John Canuck View Post
    They get away with it because no one has yet to take them to task on it. The Bill of Rights only allows one to correct government action. It doesn't prevent it. Now, who has deep enough pockets to take SC to court to challenge the requirement to take training and get a permit before exercising their pre-existing rights as outlined in the Second Amendment? I'll donate a few bucks.
    I'm in for at least $100 if somebody wants to go for it.

    The problem I have with the idea of the Supreme Court is that all of our rights are based on the opinions of 9 individuals. That's a bit narrow of a margin to me.

  9. #68
    Applied for renewal online June 25th received permit Sept 14th, was beginning to think they were not gonna make it in time, had already printed out copy of law extending permit if applied for and not received in time.

  10. #69
    Applied for renewal online August 30th and received permit today, October 4th.

  11. Received mine at the beginning of September on the 81st day after delivery confirmation. Waived application fee for disabled veteran, if that matters.

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