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I took my CCW class on 3/12, and sent my stuff in on 3/13.

This morning (3/31) I saw that my credit card had been charged for the $60whatever by the BCI.

:lol2:

So I guess I should expect my card in about a week?
 

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Now don't run to the mail box after work or use your lunch break to check the mail. It will make you go :nilly:. I applied last year after Trolley Square and it took 96 days to get my permit so consider yourself fortunate that they cleared the backlog out.
 

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My card was charged early last week and I still don't have anything. It was three weeks, to the day, from when my paperwork was handed to BCI that they charged my CC.

Sounds like you're ahead of the game.
 

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MasLakas said:
Now don't run to the mail box after work or use your lunch break to check the mail. It will make you go :nilly:.
I'm already going nuts. I over-analyze things, and now I am wondering why it took three weeks to process my application and two weeks for his. :crying:
 

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I sent my application in about 4 weeks ago, and my check cleared the bank 5 days ago. I am still waiting, although both me and my husband are having races to the mailbox when we get home. I think he is as anxious as I am
 

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roseblood said:
The minute I have my permit in hand I am going to run in the house and put that holster on... then run to Barlow's and buy a Glock 19.
Why wait? Do it now! Go get it and have it for home defense at least. You ought to carry it around a bit at home - make sure it's comfortable before you go out for a long day on the town.
 

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Hockeyman said:
It's been 2 weeks since they hit my card. Still waiting...
Yeah... me too. :cry:

Seems like I read somewhere here that someone got their permit a couple days after their card was charged, so I was kind of excited.

Too good to be true I guess.

Back to walking away from the mailbox like this: :nilly:
 

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mchlwise said:
Hockeyman said:
It's been 2 weeks since they hit my card. Still waiting...
Yeah... me too. :cry:

Seems like I read somewhere here that someone got their permit a couple days after their card was charged, so I was kind of excited.

Too good to be true I guess.

Back to walking away from the mailbox like this: :nilly:
LOL true that. I think I'm driving the wife nuts, I call her everyday from work to see if it had arrived.
 

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I'm waiting for the BATFE to do the tax stamp thing for a supressor. This darn process takes seven or eight weeks AFTER the dance to get the Sheriff's signature (which first requires a visit to BCI).

"I hate waiting." - Inigo Montoya
 

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I'm on permit watch, too. I took my stuff to the BCI in person and they charged my card while I was standing there. That was 2/26.

As of 3/26 they hadn't started working on it yet.

I know this because I was having mail problems and was worried maybe it was returned to the BCI since the woman who took my paperwork and charged my card said 30 days. The woman on the phone when I checked said they're completing them right around 60 days.

Oh well . . . At least I'm checking the mailbox everyday now - so that's something positive. My mail carrier must be very happy. It was hit and miss before because I have one of those locking po box type things and I hate mail. Hate it! Now you understand why I was having a "mail problem." :D
 

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It's from the date of receipt:

53-5-704. Division duties -- Permit to carry concealed firearm -- Certification for concealed firearms instructor -- Requirements for issuance -- Violation -- Denial, suspension, or revocation -- Appeal procedure.
(1) (a) The division or its designated agent shall issue a permit to carry a concealed firearm for lawful self defense to an applicant who is 21 years of age or older within 60 days after receiving an application, unless during the 60-day period the division finds proof that the applicant is not of good character.
 
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