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Old 04-25-2014, 07:17 PM   #1
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It took 4 weeks. Faster than I expected

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Old 04-26-2014, 12:50 AM   #2
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That is why I love Alabama...two days! in my county it costs $20/yr for a max of 5 years. In Arkansas, where I last lived, much much much more red tape and more expense. It is amazing how perverted the right to bear arms has become and how much interference/control the government has been able to establish. Background check, references, fee and viola!

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Georgia ran about three weeks for my last one, but it is good for 5 years. WA has similar turn around and also 5 years.

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Congrats, by the way.

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Virginia cost varies by county. 10 to 50$ for a 5 year license. Got mine in 2 weeks. Only gripe is they don't require a ccw specific course in the training. Which is leading to a lot of Virginia residents getting into trouble because they don't now where they can and can not carrier. If even run into a few that don't now not all state recognizes their ccw . Luckily they dissent get caught.

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Virginia cost varies by county. 10 to 50$ for a 5 year license. Got mine in 2 weeks. Only gripe is they don't require a ccw specific course in the training. Which is leading to a lot of Virginia residents getting into trouble because they don't now where they can and can not carrier. If even run into a few that don't now not all state recognizes their ccw . Luckily they dissent get caught.
I think your auto correct just went bonkers.
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WV is one of the most expensive states i have noticed. A $75-100 class is reqired plus $100 for a 5yr license.
However their reciprocity is tough to beat!
http://www.wvago.gov/gunrecep.cfm

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congrats. you now have been "re"-approved for constitutional rights that were already afforded you. and your state got to make some money (what, like $152.50?) and register you as a firearms owner.

I paid a hefty sum for mine. Pisses me off though because others shed their blood a long time ago hoping guys like you and me could simply live under the second amendment and that would be the end of it

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Yes had to pay 125 but at least the training class was free

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Washington is shall issue. I think that's better than some states, but let's be real.
CC happens... By anyone that wants to.

Smart states don't try to regulate it.

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