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    Just figured I'd throw it out there, I went down to my local police station today and applied for my concealed pistol permit (thats what they call it in Washington State, not weapons permit).

    I was surprised at how easy it was! I guess I was expecting a bunch of slack about the whys and wheres and reasons I wanted one. Instead it was a quick short form application, some finger prints and $56 to cover the license and laminating. The whole process took less than 30 minutes!
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    Yup!. Simple for sure. Our county has the highest permits issued in the entire state. took about 2 weeks for the permit to arrive.

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    Arizona is a state that you can conceal without a permit. I still have a permit. Wild wild west.... especial in Northern Az.
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    In Wisconsin it takes a bit longer. Just have to mail in the $50.00 along with a copy of your Hunter's Safety Certificate, Military proof, or some sort of gun safety certificate and the form for concealed carry and it takes about a month. It's good for 5 years.

    Whether you plan to carry or not a person should at least exercise the right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike G View Post
    Whether you plan to carry or not a person should at least exercise the right.
    EXACTLY!!! The more people that exercise this right just adds more people to show the Government how we feel about our Second Amendment rights!
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    Expecting to have to jump through hoops in order to get mine in IL once they get the law crafted. Have a feeling it isn't going to be an easy process by any stretch of the imagination, but I plan to do it regardless. They have until June to get the law written.
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