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Old 08-29-2007, 05:45 AM   #1
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I'm in St Louis, MO (County) Our great city is deemed the worst crime city in the US. Is there a super fast way to get your carry permit here ? They are available, I know that.

If anyone knows of someone that can push through the aplication I would like to know.

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Old 08-29-2007, 02:25 PM   #2
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You might try paying off the local sheriff with say about 50000 dollars cash. Of course you will want to call it a campaign contribution.

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Old 08-29-2007, 05:10 PM   #3
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I would say just take the training and apply. It's a 30 day wait I'm sure. How much faster do you want it? I live in the Frogtown neighborhood of St. Paul, MN and It's dicey here too.

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Well, I think that everyone has their own opinion of where they live. Im in MN, and I would have to say that St. Paul is pretty dicey, but then again, after dark, so are the streets of Rochester.. So.. It's all a matter of opinion.

So, what are the real motives of wanting your carry permit a few days eariler? Beacuse you live in a high crime area, that makes you more of a priority than me? Why shouldnt you wait the full 30 days or what ever just like the rest of us.

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Old 08-30-2007, 09:01 PM   #5
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I think you'l just have to wait. Lunchbox took offense to that question, why? I don't think that he as implying that he was more important than you. He just needs the permit faster than 30 days. So lets all settle down and enjoy a pint!

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I wasnt really offended at all, I just wanted to know why this person thought he was the exception to the rule, thats all.

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I'm in St Louis, MO (County) Our great city is deemed the worst crime city in the US. Is there a super fast way to get your carry permit here ? They are available, I know that.

If anyone knows of someone that can push through the aplication I would like to know.

Thanks,

Bob Miller rlmcat@charter.net
I'm a little concerned about some one posting their first post wanting what could be a possible short cut in the laws. Other sites call such "trolls." Not saying that rlmcat is a troll or anything but it appears suspicious. He/she has found this site, thus pointing out that computer literacy is at least present. Why would one not go to the MO CCH or AG pages and do a little research? This person could be lurking for one of us to suggest unlawful methods to skirt the requirements and turning it against the gun owning community. I a real and present requirement exists for a permit sooner than the regularly accepted time, the MO state or county website would possibly suggest alternatives. Taxpayer's comment, while I'm sure was in jest, could be taken out of context by antis, causing problems for the gun community. I really hate to have to be this way but we have to be ever vigilent in maintining our rights.
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http://www.moga.mo.gov/STATUTES/STATUTES.HTM this site may be of some help for you plus here's a gun map of the US
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I'm a little concerned about some one posting their first post wanting what could be a possible short cut in the laws. Other sites call such "trolls." Not saying that rlmcat is a troll or anything but it appears suspicious. He/she has found this site, thus pointing out that computer literacy is at least present. Why would one not go to the MO CCH or AG pages and do a little research? This person could be lurking for one of us to suggest unlawful methods to skirt the requirements and turning it against the gun owning community. I a real and present requirement exists for a permit sooner than the regularly accepted time, the MO state or county website would possibly suggest alternatives. Taxpayer's comment, while I'm sure was in jest, could be taken out of context by antis, causing problems for the gun community. I really hate to have to be this way but we have to be ever vigilent in maintining our rights.
I would agree.
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