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Old 06-02-2012, 03:41 AM   #11
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Its a year in utah.


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My bad daaaang. Every state is different. I believe MO is 30 days
I can't remember honestly, been so long. I think here in Pike it could be 30 years and they wouldn't notice.


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Its a year in utah.
I though in Utah you could open carry at 18.
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I though in Utah you could open carry at 18.
As far as I recall, that is correct.
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Back when I took mine in Ok, there was no expiry on the class. They could have changed.
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My bad daaaang. Every state is different. I believe MO is 30 days
I'm from MO, I took the class and called the county sheriff for my appointment to apply and get fingerprinted...it too a month and a half wait for that because of the back log. The only time requirement was after I picked up my permit you only have seven days to go to the DMV to get your picture Id permit.
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Yea, I'm in MO. I took my class in feb this yr. and made my appt. with sheriff in may. I don't believe the class cert. expires. The only thing I know of that expires is you have 7 days from when your background check comes back to go to the DMV to get your license...


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