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I'm on the short list for the rebate check to arrive thanks to my Soc #. The wife gave me the green light to take the class to get my CCW as the budget won’t suffer (she balances the books). The class costs around $125.00 and then you have to pay for a photo for you license and fingerprinting at the sheriff's department. The fee for the permit is $105.00 at the court house. Here in Barry County they move the process along pretty fast so hopefully in a week or three I'll get my permit in the mail!

It will probably cost around $250 to get it, but I think it’s money well spent. I’ll let you know how things go.
 

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Renewals are cheaper, go for it John.
 

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great idea, i'm glad to see you're joining the club.

btw, it cost me 230 here in MO for mine.
 

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John & I were just discussing this. My renewal for 5 years, since I'm retired is $7.50. Of course I've had My CCW for 35 + years, & the very first one I got was $2.50 . My Son-in-Law just renewed His, & I think it was $35.00.
 

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I had to renew my license so gave my application to the chief this week should have it next week and will have to pay the NH $10 as well. When I get back to Texas I'll have to do the class and proficiency test, etc to get a Texas license. That will increase the number of states I have reciprocity by 10 to 32 but more importantly will let me carry in Texas.
 

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Took the CCW class today, and will go file the paperwork at the court house tommorow after work.

It was OK...It would have been a very good class for somebody that knew VERY little about guns and self defense (which is what the state wants I think). But it felt like taking hunters saftey as an adult. Mostly common sense. The legal portion of it was intersesting though, and the range time is always fun.

Over all I would not recomend the instructors to others if you wanted ANY in-deapth info.

The funniest part of the class was the gentleman who brought a single action .22 LR as his range gun. It was funny trying to watch him speed load one at a time for the rapid fire drills. We were teasing him that his attacker was going to die of old age before he ever got a shot off. :)
 

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Johngoboom said:
The paperwork is turned in!

It cost me a total of $240.00 for everything for 5 years.

Let the waiting begin. :D

well crap, mines only good for 3 years.

I'll sit and wait with ya.
 
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