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I was just reading HB257S1 that passed the legislature on Feb 23rd, and it could change this whole situation. It changed the language regarding fingerprints for a CFP to read:

53-5-706(1)(c) If the fingerprints are insufficient for the Federal Bureau of Investigation to conduct a search of its files for criminal history information, the application or concealed firearm permit may be denied, suspended, or revoked until sufficient fingerprints are submitted by the applicant.
 

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Well I'm sure mine will get denied and I hope I can submit my second card and get them out of my hair before a law like that goes through. They will never ever get a good print from me haha. After sliding down the road at 100 mph on your hands and knees after a motorcycle accident, and then doing tile every single day for a living your hands are pretty mangled. The CC instructor I had said the same thing....No big deal. Redo them once and all will be fine as long as your background check is good :D
 
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