Springfield XD Sub-Compact 40
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Walther PPQ M2 in 9mm.
Initial qual (no requal needed for renewal unless it has lapsed); class provided G19.
Like hudr I had no range time with renewal. My original qualification was with a Sig P220 Compact 45acp.
Lock N Load
p229 .357 Sig
Kentucky is has constitutional CCW but I still renew my permit. Qualification is also not required at renewal.
P226R SAO in 9mm. I still can't believe I was lucky enough to find one of these (not the Legion version)! Having the components necessary to convert this to .40 S&W or .357 Sig only makes it better.
"I'm not fluent in the language of violence, but I know enough to get around in places where it's spoken."
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outta the oven!
PA doesn't make you qualify for the initial or the renewal.
Do you have to pass a test to vote? I didn't think so...
Springfield Armory "Loaded" 1911
Les Baer 4.25" in 45ACP.
Did you mean 'qualify' as in a police officer doing required retesting, or a citizen renewing a concealed carry license in a state requiring such an onerous hurdle to exercise a Constitutional Right?
HK .40 Compact, with LEM trigger. Not to sidetrack your thread, but it may help other Sigforum members considering getting a CCL in Illinois to know what kind of time delays to expect from the IL State Police CCL processing unit. I completed my range qualification for the Illinois Concealed Carry License in September 28, 2020. I submitted my IL CCL application and fingerprints online (which is by law supposed to guarantee processing in 90 days or less) on October 2, 2020. Just last month, September 2021 - 11 months and 22 days later - I finally received my IL Concealed Carry License. It also took the State of Illinois 9 months and 4 days to renew my FOID card.
Last renewal it wasn't required. Previously used my P228, one round short on the 15 yard segment of a perfect score.
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