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  1. #41

    Just Sent In Application

    Hi Guys...

    Resident of Wisconsin here.

    First post so I thought I'd say "HI" and to let you know I took my Utah Firearms training last Saturday, June 20 and sent in all the paperwork on Monday, June 22. My instructor did say it would take a while, but I did hear the BCI added a few more people to try and improve the turnaround time.

    Since I have my Florida, Minnesota, and New Hampshire permits, I am not in that much of a rush but it will be interesting to see how soon I do receive it. Basically, I just wanted a backup to my Florida license just in case there are any renewal problems when that permit comes due in a few years. Have been hearing real horror stories regarding trying to get the Florida permit in a timely manner although renewals are down to a few months.

    Plus... you can never get too much training. My training was 6 hours classroom and 1 hour range and cost $100. They did the fingerprints right there and I had an extra passport type photo when I submitted my application for my Florida Non-Resident Permit.

    Good luck to all who have applied for Utah and I hope you all get them in a timely manner.

    Pherfinion

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  3. #42
    You should be very close. I submitted on 3/10 and just got it on 6/24.

    Keep checking that mailbox before you walk in the house

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohave-Tec View Post
    I submitted 3/16. Still waiting.

  4. #43
    Holly Chit.....i just got my permit and it took 4 months to get it... When I called they said there was an increase of 400% in applications in the last 6 months. But I did finally get mine!!!! actually it took 14 weeks and 3 days....

    Metric

  5. #44
    Quote Originally Posted by calmp9 View Post
    Did the transaction post to your checking account yet?
    I sent a Money Order.

  6. #45
    Quote Originally Posted by Metric View Post
    Holly Chit.....i just got my permit and it took 4 months to get it... When I called they said there was an increase of 400% in applications in the last 6 months. But I did finally get mine!!!! actually it took 14 weeks and 3 days....

    Metric
    Well that would put me at tomorrow then. That would be nice. Several of us at eating breakfast at Rail Road Pass Casino at 9AM in the morning before heading out into the desert to sight in my new .22 build. It would be great to come home to find my Utah permit in the mail box.

  7. #46

    108 Days...Finally

    I started this thread a month after I aplied and on the day I got my Nevada. Finally, after 108 day I got my Utah Permit in the mail.
    I'll be sticking around to see how long it takes others to get theirs. Good luck and thanks to everyone for their contributions.

  8. #47
    Oh. March 16 to July 2, 2009. 108 days.

  9. #48
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    My renewal was quick.

    • Mailed 6/25/2009 USPS priority w/signature confirmation.
    • Delivered and signed for 6/29/2009
    • Renewal issue date 6/29/2009.
    • In my hand yesterday evening with about 45 days to go on my previous Utah CFP which will be going into my safe along with my other expired CCWs.
    Know the law; don't ask, don't tell.
    NRA & UT Certified Instructor; CT, FL, NH, NV, OR, PA & UT CCW Holder
    Happy new 1984; 25 years behind schedule. Send lawyers, guns and money...the SHTF...

  10. I am taking the Utah Safety Course next week and hope to have all my papers in soon after for my Non Resident. Anybody know how long the wait is now?

  11. #50
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    Quote Originally Posted by stresco View Post
    I am taking the Utah Safety Course next week and hope to have all my papers in soon after for my Non Resident. Anybody know how long the wait is now?
    Be prepared for a 90 - 100 day wait. They're processing applications a lot faster, but they're also receiving a lot more applications.




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