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Discussion in 'Mississippi Glockers' started by para40, Sep 14, 2008.
Now good for 5 years!
I guess I didn't get the memo.
Florida just went to 7 years.
Now if they would just start issueing permits for Free Speech we could finally get a Furor worth a damn!
where do i need to go to get my conceal and carry, and how much is it
Permits are issued by the Mississippi DPS. Check out the link below. From there, you can download the application paperwork, complete it and take it to the nearest MHP substation (NOT the local drivers license testing office) for processing.
And pay attention to the time and day of week each place is open, and take the exact money (in cash).
You have to pay the fee and the fingerprint fee (total).
I went to Hattiesburg DMV. Its down 49, past the old drive-in theatre. There is a sign pointing you to take a left maybe 1/2 mile past the red light. Be sure to have a passport photo with you before you go, and you can get your fingerprints right across the road at the Highway Patrol HQ. I think it was either $127 or $132 total. Be prepared to wait 120 days before you recieve your permit in the mail.
Where do you live in Laurel? I'm just north of town.
Just posting to say hello, new guy here. Been shooting 1911's for a while, but just got into Glocks (G19). Laurel is my old stompin ground, which is why I'm in the North part of the state now.... :embarassed:
Glad you are here. The Glock 19 is great. I have a 34 and all of the forty cal.
glocks. I love them all. Be careful in Memphis it is dangerous.
Well, swatmed, I'm about as close to Memphis as you are, so back at ya!
I try to stay out of Memphis as much as possible. Working in Oxford helps. But I still have to go there or a few things.