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    Electronic Fingerprinting

    Iím applying for my Florida concealed carry permit since I will be traveling there this spring. According to the page on this site, it says that applications go much faster with electronic fingerprinting. Has anyone had this done, and if so, where?

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    Not sure about Washington but when I went in SC to have mine renewed I was told that they would not do it.
    Something about putting my prints into a database that I wouldn't want to be in. Took them the old fashoned way, sent to Fl and still got my Fl non resident permit in just a month or so.

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    Clackamas county in Oregon does it. Just off the 82 Ave and Sunny Brook rd safety center next to the Sheriffs Office

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    Remember one thing......

    Once it is in an electronic database (much like "the internets") it is there forever, and there is no way to document where it goes. If given a choice, I would go paper. That said, most paper records are being transferred to NICS as we speak, so it may become a moot point.
    "The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson

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    Well, no answers from here, but LESA says they ONLY do electronic finger prints. That'll work.

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    Exclamation This is Correct.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainsail View Post
    Well, no answers from here, but LESA says they ONLY do electronic finger prints. That'll work.
    WA. State resident with conceled permit. LESA switched to all electronic fingerprinting a few years back.
    Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that's real power.

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    Florida CHL and electronic prints

    Quote Originally Posted by Mainsail View Post
    Iím applying for my Florida concealed carry permit since I will be traveling there this spring. According to the page on this site, it says that applications go much faster with electronic fingerprinting. Has anyone had this done, and if so, where?
    Florida only does electronic prints for Florida residents...out of staters must submit paper fingerprint cards. This fact is noted in the Florida-state CCW site I visited a few nights ago

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    Electronic Finger Printing in NC

    Wake County in NC does electronic finger printing as well. You apply for your permit with the county then go down the hall to the SBI office and they do the finger printing.

    Montie
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    All the paper prints are scanned into the database.

    They aren't much use sitting in a drawer are they?

    -Doc

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