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Old 07-04-2011, 01:17 PM   #1
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I just found out I cant get a permit now! the law dont take efect untill Nov.

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do you know if a hunters safty cource is enough to apply for a permit??

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Specifies that proof of training may be met by providing a copy of a document that indicates that the applicant completed any of the following:

A hunter education program recognized by the Department of Natural Resources;


Yep, hunter safety training certificaation will get you CCW permit in WI, 11/01/11.

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Specifies that proof of training may be met by providing a copy of a document that indicates that the applicant completed any of the following:

�� A hunter education program recognized by the Department of Natural Resources;


Yep, hunter safety training certification will get you CCW permit in WI, 11/01/11.
O.K........What do you submit to the WI Department of Justice (DOJ) to prove that you have passed and have been certified as a graduate of Wisconsin's Hunter Education program? I'm assuming a photocopy of a current/expired hunting license would be adequate as you cannot purchase a license without certification? What about those hunters that are old enough to be "grandfathered" in? I believe I have read that the Hunters Ed. class or other Wisconsin certified/approved class would be mandatory. This could include NRA training, etc.

I have not come across any comprehensive info that addresses a lot of questions that are still unanswered. That's probably why the law becomes effective in November so the state has adequate time to prepare.

One more thing......Do open carry laws in regards to uncased/loaded handguns, not concealed in/on motor vehicles become effective when bill is published, or again do we wait until the first of November? Has the bill been published?

Anybody care to share some documented info?
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[QUOTE=Gatoragn;537915]Specifies that proof of training may be met by providing a copy of a document that indicates that the applicant completed any of the following:

A hunter education program recognized by the Department of Natural Resources;


The statement above was copied from the NRA's Fact Sheet regarding the WI CCW bill.

http://www.nramedia.org/t/111405/5020961/5405/0/

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Specifies that proof of training may be met by providing a copy of a document that indicates that the applicant completed any of the following:

�� A hunter education program recognized by the Department of Natural Resources;


The statement above was copied from the NRA's Fact Sheet regarding the WI CCW bill.

http://www.nramedia.org/t/111405/5020961/5405/0/
I guess my real question is: What document? Because I teach Hunters Ed, I realize that a copy of the signed registration/completion form for new graduates would probably suffice. What about those like myself who graduated back in 1968 who don't have such a slip of paper? Will a copy of the wallet card all graduates eventually get suffice? Do we need additional information/paperwork from the WI DNR?

What exactly do they require?
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A copy of the card is proof. What the application form requires we dont know yet as it has not been created. They have until nov1 to do so.

The law takes effect nov1 so it is currently still illegal to have uncased pistols in the car.

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