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Old 02-01-2011, 01:56 AM   #11
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90 days but then mine was chiseled out of a granite tablet.

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Central Podunk, VA. 3 days. No classes. Living in a rural county with one zip code for the whole county helps.

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Mine took about 6 weeks to be approved (on December 30), plus another 10 days or so for the letter to actually get to me (from 110 miles away - gotta love our USPS), plus 4 days after that before the actual license got the the Sheriff for me to pick up.

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Florida is two to three weeks now, with no rhyme or reason for the difference.

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Amazingly, Sacramento County has now gone shall issue. However, the soonest I can get an appointment for an interview at the Sheriff's Dept. is late June.

I costs almost four hundred bucks and you must take a 16 hour class which is an additional cost. So, it may be shall issue now, but they haven't made it easy.

I'm not going to waste the time or the money since I hope to not be here come June.

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mine took 5 months. I submitted the paperwork before the the bill was officially in service.

My renewal took 2 weeks.

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Anyone done the Florida non-resident permit?

That's what I'll be sending in for in the near future. I've got my fingers crossed that it won't actually take 3 months

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I have the Utah non-resident permit.

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Tennessee is (according to their website) up tp 90 days. As I remember mine took about 10 weeks from date of submission. TN issues through Dept of Safety, applications must be accompanied by certificate of training, proof of US citizenship and TN residency, fingerprints and $115. Renewal after 4 yrs is $50. There were some rumblings about waiving training for military and retired military but it never made through the legislature last year.

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I wish i had filled out the paperwork for Tennessee when I lived there 10 years ago. I took the training, but just didn't follow through.

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