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MN permit to carry

Discussion in 'Carry Issues' started by clarson_75, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. clarson_75

    clarson_75

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    I applied for a permit to carry in early july. I was just wondering, with the government being shut down, am i still going to get it in 30 days?
     
  2. cjs83

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    I am taking my class thursday at bills gun range, from what I read the shutdown has no effect on this matter. who did you go thru to get your permit?
     


  3. scorpio2011

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    probably after the shutdown is over
    how did you apply when the goverment shutdown july 1st?
     
  4. cjs83

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    From what I have read the Shutdown has no effect because since Sheriff offices are still open and they are the ones that issue the permit, or in some cases your local police station.
     
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2011
  5. clarson_75

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    i went to the houston county sheriffs office. even during shut-downs the police are still working. I live in iowa, very close to the state line. its suprising how many people come down here now to get their powerball tickets! i think its stupid
     
  6. cjs83

    cjs83

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    I play the PB just about every week, and I want my tickets back:crying: but I am not willing to drive that far for some.
     
  7. kmb

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    You still might receive your permit within the statutory 30 days, even with the shutdown. You could contact the Houston County Sheriff Dept and politely ask if the shutdown is an issue.

    After that, I'd move to Washington County, pay $75 for the permit, and have it less than a week later (mine took 4 days). It's nice having a pro-2A sheriff. :)
     
    Last edited: Jul 18, 2011