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Old 10-16-2015, 05:12 AM   #1
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Concealed carry permit renewal

I gave some thought to renewing my CCP this year.
It was set to expire in January 2016.
I have not carried for some time now, but I have given some thought to that habit and think I may have to start carrying again.
I spoke to my buddies at the LGS and they suggested I renew at least for one more five year period.
Without it, buying would be a hassle.
So, I did renew this morning, But I think it will be my last renewal.
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Old 10-16-2015, 05:57 AM   #2
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Out here carying in your car is considered concealed so it makes sence to have one.
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Old 10-16-2015, 06:07 AM   #3
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My CCW expires Jan 25 , 2016 and I when on line and renewed mine last week . It is $35 + $2 for online for senor's for 5 yrs . Here in Tx it is legal to carry a loaded gun in a car as long as it is concealed .

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Old 10-16-2015, 07:36 AM   #4
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The way our laws are, up here, if I carry a handgun under a coat or jacket without a permit, I'm breaking the law and, up here, wearing a coat or a jacket is a nine or even ten months out of the year deal. Ever try carrying a gun on the outside of a heavy parka? Just no practical way to carry for us without a permit.

Been a pack of coyotes running through the neighborhood the last few weeks. Have to keep the dogs in close when we go for a walk, so. yeah, carrying is still very important for me.

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I stop in Taco Bells to get a $1.18 taco and a FREE senor drink and there was a 30.07 sign which is "no firearm " sign on the door which means no open carry as long as they don't post a 30.06 sign with it I can carry concealed . I can home and check the law make sure they didn't change it on me.
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Old 10-16-2015, 03:12 PM   #6
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CCW is still very important to my wife & I.

You may of heard of a few problems the last year or so in my area!
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I carry every time I leave the house. I'll keep my licenses until I'm so old oatmeal is dribbling down my chin.
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I gave some thought to renewing my CCP this year.
It was set to expire in January 2016.
I have not carried for some time now, but I have given some thought to that habit and think I may have to start carrying again.
I spoke to my buddies at the LGS and they suggested I renew at least for one more five year period.
Without it, buying would be a hassle.
So, I did renew this morning, But I think it will be my last renewal.

What am I missing? Why will this be your last renewal?
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I carry every time I leave the house. I'll keep my licenses until I'm so old oatmeal is dribbling down my chin.
I was thinking until I can't lift my firearm....or...... reach up to pull the trigger from a wheelchair mounted firearm while the oatmeal dribbles down my chin.
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I carry every time I leave the house. I'll keep my licenses until I'm so old oatmeal is dribbling down my chin.
I had the oatmeal on the chin thing a few days ago
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I had the oatmeal on the chin thing a few days ago
I must be careful not to dribbled some oatmeal on my NAA around my neck in the morning now if I don't watch it .


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What am I missing? Why will this be your last renewal?
Sightnirl.....My next renewal will put me at near 80 years old.
I'm thinking at that age I'll be too old to be stable enough to shoot straight or possibly be alive to renew it.:eek
You too will sooner that later get to that point and time in your life.

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Sightnirl.....My next renewal will put me at near 80 years old.
I'm thinking at that age I'll be too old to be stable enough to shoot straight or possibly be alive to renew it.:eek
You too will sooner that later get to that point and time in your life.
Just keep moving, 80 is just a number it only means what you make it mean. You start giving up stuff because you are too old you'll sit around playing canasta for a year and then keel over. I'd go out and buy a new gun to celebrate your 80th.
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Since this past July a concealed carry permit is no longer required in Kansas. I guess this is a good thing, however, I can think of several people that I definitely wouldn't want to be carrying. I will continue to keep my permit since it will be required in other states. I am definitely not 100% in favor of being able to carry w/o a permit. I'm hoping that it won't lead to a preventable tragedy.
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Just keep moving, 80 is just a number it only means what you make it mean. You start giving up stuff because you are too old you'll sit around playing canasta for a year and then keel over. I'd go out and buy a new gun to celebrate your 80th.
+1! Great advice.
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I just finished the first year of my second five year Virginia permit. I don't carry much, but I plan to keep renewing it. You never know when some goofy law could pass, ending new permits but letting those with one keep them. Our renewals aren't bad; the same $50 but just a short form to fill out.
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I must be careful not to dribbled some oatmeal on my NAA around my neck in the morning now if I don't watch it .

Very Nice! But I see what you mean TGR

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Sightnirl.....My next renewal will put me at near 80 years old.
I'm thinking at that age I'll be too old to be stable enough to shoot straight or possibly be alive to renew it.:eek
You too will sooner that later get to that point and time in your life.
Naw, you'll be just fine. You may have to drop a caliber or so, but if you can hit something where you want to 8 times in a row with a smaller caliber, is better than having a higher caliber that you can't hit the broad side of anything. Go Stingers

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Just keep moving, 80 is just a number it only means what you make it mean. You start giving up stuff because you are too old you'll sit around playing canasta for a year and then keel over. I'd go out and buy a new gun to celebrate your 80th.
I see a community effort in the future!

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Since this past July a concealed carry permit is no longer required in Kansas. I guess this is a good thing, however, I can think of several people that I definitely wouldn't want to be carrying. I will continue to keep my permit since it will be required in other states. I am definitely not 100% in favor of being able to carry w/o a permit. I'm hoping that it won't lead to a preventable tragedy.
Good idea on keeping the permit! You never know what the future will bring.
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CCP's are $80.00 for five years in North Carolina and there were at least five pages to fill out.
Naturally I checked the wrong box on one of the pages.
The Deputy was nice and pointed the mistake out to me and told me to correct it.
I bet I was not in the sheriff's office over 10 minutes.
Anyone that talks about background checks needs to come to NC and apply for a CCP.
Believe you me the first time I did apply, they fingerprinted me and asked a lot of questions.
It was interesting that one of the forms asked the addresses of all the places you had lived in the past.
I do not know of a better background check for a gun owner in NC.
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Since this past July a concealed carry permit is no longer required in Kansas. I guess this is a good thing, however, I can think of several people that I definitely wouldn't want to be carrying. I will continue to keep my permit since it will be required in other states. I am definitely not 100% in favor of being able to carry w/o a permit. I'm hoping that it won't lead to a preventable tragedy.
+1 ..... There making it too easy for anyone to carry concealed . I have 3 friends [ 2 females and 1 male ] near Harper , Kansas which I'm not thrilled they can buy a gun beside carry it concealed .

Question .... That means anyone driving or visiting your state can carry concealed without a CCW too ???????

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My Washington State CWP expired about two years ago and I never bothered to renew it. I still have a current Arizona permit.
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