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Old 12-05-2010, 07:51 AM   #1
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Default CC License processing times

I'm just curious what some of you out there have experienced as typical processing times with your concealed carry licenses.

The reason I ask is that I turned in my initial paperwork, gave fingerprints, etc for my CHL (OR) on Wednesday (12/1)...and my license arrives in the mail just 72hrs later. Surprised the heck outta me...albeit a welcome surprise.

Maybe I just slipped in at the right moment or live in a county that processes them especially fast.

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Old 12-05-2010, 09:46 AM   #2
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mine took 90 days

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I think you are quite lucky. If I remember right mine took 65 days and had to send a second set of prints in.

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Small town here. Walked into Sherriff's office and walked out 45 min. later with new CCW license. Longest part was waiting for the Badge printer to do it's thing.

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Yep, mine took about an hour or so if I remember correctly. Just finger prints, picture, and payed the fee. I didn't have to do any class due to military experience. I'm sure it depends on the state.

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sweeper22; Sir, my original took 89 days; NC has 90 day maximum wait.

Dec,8, 2010 for my renewal $ forgot, and another wait is in process.
could be until mid March.

Strange, very strange

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Fayette County, GA - Four days for a new one and three days for a renewal.

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Arizona - back in 10 days.

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Three plus months for the non resident Utah permit.

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New Hampshire, 3days, $20.00, no classes, no fingerprints, and a smile and thank-you from the Chief.

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