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How many of my brothers and sisters on this board have their states CCW?

 

Also, please indicate the state in which the permit is issued and your weapon of choice and caliber.

 

I have mine from North Carolina. I think all told it cost me $90.

Glad I have it.

Makes buying a firearm a snap here and I carry a Glock 17 Gen 2 everyday in a Comp Tac paddle holster.

 

Also feel free to state "no" and your reasons why you don't have/want a CCW.

 

  

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Yup, State of confusion, for almost 20 years

 

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not yet in wisconsin.  the bill is up for vote for the third time i believe with 2 vetos under its belt.  i'm not sure if it will every pass even with more and more limitations built into it everytime.  only time will tell, but i'm not holding my breath.
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concealed carry means no one knows you got it.
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I'm in the application process now.  In Louisiana.  I think it will be about $100 by the time I'm finished.  I'll cary either my Charter Bulldog .44 or my Kimber Tactical Pro.  Probably the Bulldog.  I'm a revolver guy.
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Originally posted by Dale Clifford Dale Clifford wrote:

concealed carry means no one knows you got it.

 

I agree 100%.

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TX, Colt Defender .45acp. 

 

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I'm primarily interested in those folks that have a state authorized concealed carry permit.

 

Thanks for the responses!!

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Alabama is a "Shall Issue State"

 20 bucks for the background check.

  Glock 23 IMHO the best all round handgun you could ask for. Small enough to conseal, Big in knock down department.   



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Originally posted by Steelbenz Steelbenz wrote:

Alabama is a "Shall Issue State"

 20 bucks for the background check.

  Glock 23 IMHO the best all round handgun you could ask for. Small enough to conseal, Big in knock down department.   

 

Wow!! That's nice!

I thought the Carolinas were gun friendly....... 

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[/QUOTE] Wow!! That's nice!

I thought the Carolinas were gun friendly....... 

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I always thought NC was extremely un gun friendly.  When I was there in college you had to have a permit from the police to buy a pistol.  Ranges were a joke compared to what I was used to in TX.  The only nice ranges that I ever saw in NC were when I was at Ft. Bragg and Camp Lejune.  And yes, before you ask, I was stationed at both.

 

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I have no problems with NC or SC, for that matter. South Carolina is a little more hospitable than North though. Police and sheriffs dept folks here are really cool too.

Hell, everybody has a weapon. 

I guess I consider them more friendly than some other places I have lived.

 

 

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I live in Kansas and they are just now considering the legislation.  I think its gonna pass. They're also considering a stound your ground type law in which you can engage an intruder( i.e. shoot them )  and be immune to civil lawsuits.  This law basically states that you don't have to run from an intruder in your own house.  I saw all this info on the NRA website.  I think they have all this info on a state by state basis if anyone needs help finding out about their particular state.

anyway... just my 2 cents

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how did you get a ccp in calif? the only one i know who gets one are judges and of course
a anti gun congressman named dianne feinstine who has two ? issued in san fransisco
and get to carry on a airplane when she travels from sfo airport to washington d.c.?
pisses off the cops at the airport as she get to go around all the screening!
while packing a loaded hand gun? is she special? disarm every one else but her?
a armed society is a polite society!! a lot of us carry anyway as a safety measure.
it would be good to be legal but i and others like me will never see it.
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SC is far from gun friendly they will not honor Fl CCW wich takes a major investigation about 3 mon. Photos,prints,and major back ground check.

 

 

 

 

   South West Florida Glock 36 .45acp   Walther P22 .22LR  Derrenger 38 Spl  rugar single action .45 colt

 

 N.C. is very gun friendly honers Fl. CCW

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Originally posted by clamper clamper wrote:

SC is far from gun friendly they will not honor Fl CCW wich take a major investigation about 3 mon.

 

You guys are hard to suit!!

 

I walked in a pawn shop in Rock Hill and walked out with a .45 caliber automatic handgun in about 45 minutes.

The only reason it took that long was that I was looking for a holster for the weapon. 

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Originally posted by cinna cinna wrote:

how did you get a ccp in calif?

 

I asked.

 

CCW in California is at the discretion of the local Chief Law Enforcement Officer.  Once you get away from the coast (urban areas) its relatively easy.

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Originally posted by clamper clamper wrote:

SC is far from gun friendly they will not honor Fl CCW wich takes a major investigation about 3 mon. Photos,prints,and major back ground check.

 

 N.C. is very gun friendly honers Fl. CCW

 

I am still waiting for my FL CCW to return.  It covers so many states, including VA, where I am at now.  It was more expensive than others I've seen posted.  $60.00 for prints and picture, and if memory serves me correctly, 130.00 for FL's processing fee. 

 

HK USP .45 ACP  It's big...but that's the point.

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Iowa has two types Professional and Non Professional I have both,  the state pays me to carry their Glock 22.  Tomorrow I have to go to the range and shoot their bullets for them too. I just love getting paid overtime to do that.   
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I live in Southerrn California, about a mile form the Pacific Ocean.  My chance of getting a CCW are somewhere between slim and none, although I am happy to find out that someone other than Daine Feinstein has a CCW in the Great State of California (aka Talibanifornia, Commiefornia and forgive me for not being politically correct, soon to be exclusively Demomexifagifornia).  It is kinda like being an American in a Communist country (and I know all about being in a Communist country).

 

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Next Tuesday, the twenty first of March, Govoner Mitch Danniels will sign into law Indiana's life time CCW.

 

If you or your company would like to locate in Indiana I would be more than happy to help.

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Originally posted by Izzman Izzman wrote:

 

I live in Kansas and they are just now considering the legislation.  I think its gonna pass. They're also considering a stound your ground type law in which you can engage an intruder( i.e. shoot them )  and be immune to civil lawsuits.  This law basically states that you don't have to run from an intruder in your own house.  I saw all this info on the NRA website.  I think they have all this info on a state by state basis if anyone needs help finding out about their particular state.

anyway... just my 2 cents

 

Good news for you and hopefully bad news for your Gov. when its re-election time!!!!!!

 

 

KANSAS PASSES "SHALL-ISSUE" RIGHT-TO-CARRY!

 

On Thursday, Governor Sebelius' (D) veto of NRA-backed Right-to-Carry legislation, Senate Bill 418, "The Personal and Family Protection Act," was overridden!

 

"After 12 years, it took a collective, bi-partisan effort to win this fight," NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox declared.  Kansas now joins 38 other states that respect the Right-to-Carry and allow their citizens to carry a firearm for personal protection. 

 

The Kansas State Senate voted 30 to 10 to override Governor Sebelius' veto of the Right-to-Carry legislation.  Less than a day later, the Kansas House of Representatives voted 91 to 33 to sustain the override.

Cox continued, "We want to recognize the steadfast support of several state leaders.  Without their hard work, Kansans would still be deprived of this valuable law.  Senator Phil Journey (R-26), Representative Candy Ruff (D-40), and Representative Gary Hayzlett (R-122), worked tirelessly on this measure and we thank them."

"As always, we appreciate the commitment and participation of our members in Kansas for helping pass this legislation and helping override the Governor's veto of this law that will serve to protect law-abiding Kansans and their families," concluded Cox.

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I carry everyday.  Most days it's a USP 9mm or a USP/C in .45.
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