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Old 12-09-2010, 01:20 AM   #1
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Sorry if this is in the wrong subject, i figured applying for a pistol permit would fit in with Legal. So I'm almost 22 I have all the proper paperwork for applying for a pistol permit, but I've heard horror stories about how long it takes for all the paperwork to go through in New York State, I was just wondering if anyone here knows any way to push the paperwork through faster? If this has been covered before i apologize i looked but i didnt see any similar threads.



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Old 12-09-2010, 07:05 PM   #2
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Sorry if this is in the wrong subject, i figured applying for a pistol permit would fit in with Legal. So I'm almost 22 I have all the proper paperwork for applying for a pistol permit, but I've heard horror stories about how long it takes for all the paperwork to go through in New York State, I was just wondering if anyone here knows any way to push the paperwork through faster? If this has been covered before i apologize i looked but i didnt see any similar threads.
Look up the laws for your county, since that's what things are based on. In Monroe County, they're obliged by law to respond in writing inside of 6 months. Having an attorney fire off a letter reminding of that after the 6 month period usually gets the judge and/or sheriff to move quickly.

A casual call to the county clerk to verify they have everything they need from you and where your paperwork is is fine. Trying to push it might delay the process.
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