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Concealed Weapons applications up 67%

Discussion in 'Florida Glockers Club' started by U-phorik407, Aug 8, 2009.

  1. U-phorik407

    U-phorik407 'Night Michelle

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    Orlando Sentinel Had this in their headlines, although I think this might be a little late, considering I heard they hired more people a while back, or were at least working on it...
    Also, I was at a Political rally last night, Senator Carey Baker was there, and he stated the Concealed Weapons License holders were somewhere in the 900,000's!! That got a lot of cheers! Interesting read though, just figured I'd share. :wavey:
     
  2. Our young, female admin in my group, a member of the Florida Young Republicans, went for training, has the paperwork ready to go, except for the fingerprints. She doesn't even own a firearm yet, but wanted her CCW just in case.
     


  3. U-phorik407

    U-phorik407 'Night Michelle

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    They didn't do her FP's at the class?? Odd... I submitted my paperwork last Monday... This is going to test my patience I know lol

    I'm pushing my fiance to take the class, I think everyone should take it, knowledge is power, regardless if you're going to carry or not, I think if you own a weapon, or think you may, you should take it.
     
    Last edited: Aug 8, 2009
  4. G19Pistolero

    G19Pistolero

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    Took my class yesterday, photos done today, fingerprints tomorrow...the wait will soon begin...

    -J.-
     
  5. Mr. Blandings

    Mr. Blandings

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    The fingerprints must be done by law enforcement - not all instructors are LE.
     
  6. Tactical black

    Tactical black

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    had the same headline today on the local paper thats a good thing, I suspect the crime rate may decline a little
     
  7. U-phorik407

    U-phorik407 'Night Michelle

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    Yes, it's been almost 30 days since I submitted my paperwork... I'm getting the itch real bad now, I can't wait for it to show up... unfortunately, it might not come soon enough, as a friend of mine and I are planning a trip down to Miami, and I'd really like to have it with me then, but I guess it'll have to remain in the vehicle, or just at home.
     
  8. Brumoon

    Brumoon

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    You can save some time by getting electronic fingerprints - They are submitted to the FBI at the same time they go to the state. Can cut the wait time in half.

    Not all police stations or Sheriff offices have the equipment - Call around.
     
  9. SilverBullet_83

    SilverBullet_83 NRA member

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    it tokk me just under 4 months to get mine back. My wife got hers as well and she does not have a weapon as of now