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Just received my Texas permit. Total cost was $240 and took a little under two weeks from the time I submitted my paperwork on line to receipt. I was shocked it was so quick.



240 dollars!?

That's absurd.


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Posts: 17650 | Location: Out of Jersey, Into Utah | Registered: October 29, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Just received my Texas permit. Total cost was $240 and took a little under two weeks from the time I submitted my paperwork on line to receipt. I was shocked it was so quick.



240 dollars!?

That's absurd.


$140 for a first issue LTC, plus class fee.
$70 for renewal, no renewal class required.




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Posts: 5145 | Location: Spring, TX | Registered: July 11, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Originally posted by burnetma:
Just received my Texas permit. Total cost was $240 and took a little under two weeks from the time I submitted my paperwork on line to receipt. I was shocked it was so quick.



240 dollars!?

That's absurd.


Isn't TX one of the states with no income tax? If true, I would expect other fees to be higher.

Still, $240 seems REAL high.
 
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240 dollars!?

That's absurd.

Mine wasn't far behind that if you consider the cost of the permit plus the required class. $115 and $100 respectively.


 
Posts: 19100 | Location: Johnson City/Elizabethton, TN | Registered: April 28, 2012Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Ohio you can apply on Monday.. give them a self addressed stamped envelope.. and get it Wednesday in the mail. I have had them hand me my renewal..


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Posts: 8702 | Location: Wooster,Ohio | Registered: May 11, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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It's been a while since I first got mine, I honestly don't remember whether it's been renewed twice or three times now. It's good for 5 years, so it's been either 12 or 17 years. So I don't recall how long it took for the original. According to Google the Sheriff has 45 days to either issue or deny it. Renewals are a lot faster, at least in my county - I go into the sheriff's office, fill out a renewal form, have a new photo taken, and they hand me a temporary one, saying the real one will be in the mail in "a few days". It's always showed up in the mailbox the next day.
 
Posts: 4941 | Location: Portland, OR | Registered: February 12, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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In my county, you get a renewal notice from the Sheriff's office, then you call the office to make an appointment, show up, they re-fingerprint you & take an ID photo, print off the card.

The easiest renewal was Utah, went online, paid my money got my card in 2 weeks I think.




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Posts: 2228 | Location: Valley, Oregon | Registered: June 03, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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In my county it was $68.50 for 5 years. Took only 22 days from application and prints to the mailbox. No class to take or any registering of guns on the liscense. Each county is a bit different and a neighboring county issued to the mailbox on 9 days.
 
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IIRC, back with I got my CHL, it was about 4 weeks from everything in the mail to CHL in my mailbox. That was about 4 years ago.
Just submitted my LTC renewal online yesterday, we'll see how long it takes to come in. My CHL expires in early January.


About a month, got my renewal in the mail this week. I'm good til 2022 now, maybe I should go buy a SigPro.




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Posts: 5145 | Location: Spring, TX | Registered: July 11, 2011Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Just got my AZ renewal. Took about two and a half months.



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Posts: 718 | Location: Valley of the Sun, AZ | Registered: February 03, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My last Ohio renewal took about a week. I drove over to Centre County in Pennsylvania for my non-resident license in PA; took all of 15 or twenty minutes of waiting, but I walked out with it.
 
Posts: 87 | Location: Ohio | Registered: October 16, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Houston County, AL.

Applied online, got a message 5 days later that everything was good. Went in, had my picture taken, CCP printed and walked out in probably 10 minutes, cost is $20/yr up to 5 years.


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Posts: 2449 | Location: Dothan, AL | Registered: February 24, 2007Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Maine resident is less than a month all told for a renewal. You don't need one now, but I am still keeping it up for the day when you will again...

NH non-resident was more like 2 months for the renewal. Sometimes is less.

MA non-resident is about 9 months from the time you submit the renewal to the time you get it with the in-person interview in between. And it's $100 for a year. So pretty much as soon as I get mine, I'm filling in the renewal form again... Roll Eyes


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Posts: 881 | Location: Maine, U.S.A. | Registered: August 10, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I was told 4 to 6 weeks. I got it in 3 weeks. That was for my first time. I have no idea how fast/slow the renewal process is. I'll find out in 4 years.


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Posts: 5350 | Location: Pueblo, CO | Registered: July 03, 2005Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Maine resident is less than a month all told for a renewal. You don't need one now, but I am still keeping it up for the day when you will again...

NH non-resident was more like 2 months for the renewal. Sometimes is less.

Vermont next second!!

MA non-resident is about 9 months from the time you submit the renewal to the time you get it with the in-person interview in between. And it's $100 for a year. So pretty much as soon as I get mine, I'm filling in the renewal form again... Roll Eyes
 
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NC, 2008 - 3mos
AL, 2012 - instant
WA, 2013 - 3 days shipped
ID, 2017 - expect 90 day delay


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Posts: 1786 | Location: Low Country, SC | Registered: October 24, 2008Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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My permit took 25 years to get approved, but it's good in all fifty States and is has no expiration date.
 
Posts: 180 | Location: North Coast | Registered: October 31, 2010Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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New Florida CCW took only 2 weeks. Applied in person-fingerprints and photo. They said expect 30-40 days. Wow.
 
Posts: 1064 | Location: Southeast CT | Registered: January 18, 2009Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Monterey County, CA
the bad new: 6 months and $430 including qualifying course and range time
the good news: we have a sheriff that is willing to issue permits to responsible, law abiding citizens and he has things moving in the right direction, a rarity in CA
 
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My latest renewal was 6 days. New permits are running about 2-3 weeks here in Hillsdale County, MI

We just revised our CPL law late last year. We had horror stories from Wayne and Kent Counties running 6 months. Hope is by the endo of the year renewals can be a while you wait in person and on line renewals go into effect in 2018.

Our permits are good for 5 years which gives us a NICS exemption. BATFE will only grant that to states that issue for 5 years or less.


Oakland County, MI here. I dropped off my renewal application and $115 this past Monday (1/23) afternoon. The approval letter was dated 1/24, the envelope with my new CPL was post marked 1/25 and it arrived on Friday (1/27).

I renewed my drivers license a few hours before my CPL and am still waiting for it.



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