First CC

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by willseeker, Aug 24, 2009.

  1. willseeker

    willseeker
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    I live in Multnomah Co, took my three hour class week of April 6th, applied for the permit, got fingerprinted on July 8th and received my CC Saturday Aug.22nd, exactly the 45 days they said it could take. About four and half months total. Guess they're pretty busy. Anyway I'm legal and I wanted to thank All here for good advise and deals.
    Will
     
  2. MarkSBG

    MarkSBG
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    I remember the first time I left the house wearing a pistol on my hip. Ah, memories...
     
  3. Cougfan2

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    It won't be long before you feel naked if you don't have it with you.
     
  4. willseeker

    willseeker
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    My Kel Tec .380 fits easily in summer shorts. Also trying a S&W 642. In the fall I'll carry the G19
     
  5. NK777

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    That's true!
     
  6. willseeker

    willseeker
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    Hey Guys and Gals, CC'd the 642 Airweight these last few days. I really like it. I had got it for my wife but now I'm carrying it. :paranoid:
    I'm probably going to have to get another for myself. :DI Picked it up the other day here in town from a private party on the Forum. Thanks again for the great deal. Works really well in the Hume holster.
     
  7. FrontierFritz

    FrontierFritz
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    Be sure to obtain a Washington State carry permit from Clark County Sheriff in Vancouver.
    Very easy process.
     
  8. willseeker

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    Thanks Fritz. As amatter of fact I'm going to Wa State next week for a couple of days. I ll look up the Sherrifs address and apply.:thumbup:
     
  9. XdM

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    I wish it was that easy the other way around. I eventually got my OR CHL from Multnomah County (if you can believe that), but it took some jumping through hoops.
     
  10. Searcher451

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    Getting a Utah license is a good idea. It's good in 29 or 30 states (it varies; you can check its status on the various packing websites) and will pay dividends well into the future. I read somewhere recently that the Utah Legislature was considering limiting the license to in-state residents only (doubtful because it raises a lot of money for the state), but you never know. Now is as good of a time as any to apply.
     

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