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Thread: HB 5414 of 2018 - Lifetime CPL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundballer View Post
    That is not the word I would have used, put I wouldn't have used purple either.
    Any name is good... except for lonely old man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared1981 View Post
    They apologized,
    Actually, they said "Don't come back"
    bought me dinner,
    Due to a free one they serve everybody there
    and told the NYPD licensing division that they dont need to issue gun licenses anymore because no one needs them.
    Which was their smart ass comment when showing you the door the next morning.


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    Did you meet Bubba?
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    Aw shucks

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    Quote Originally Posted by zigziggityzoo View Post
    I am neutral on this... Mostly because I am always concerned they will juke at the last minute and add something terrible.

    I do think our licensing is FAR too expensive... Indiana regular permits are $40 and lifetime permits are $125.

    Here's a recent comparison of costs https://www.cga.ct.gov/2013/rpt/2013-R-0048.htm
    I have been looking for this web site to no avail. Can you help me on this?

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    I would rather have CPL's the same price as DL's to renew.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PhotoTom View Post
    Precisely. And we're lucky our 5 year CPL's don't get cut down to 4 years since you can apply for a renewal up to 6 months in advance…therefore allowing for up to 5-1/2 years between valid CPL to valid CPL.
    The CPL is still only valid for 5 yrs. The last time I renewed early, the issue date on the new CPL was my birthday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam9er View Post
    The CPL is still only valid for 5 yrs. The last time I renewed early, the issue date on the new CPL was my birthday.
    Correct. However, the ATF doesn't care about validity dates of CPLs…they are concerned about how much time elapses between background checks.

    Fortunately, it all averages out in the long run.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jared1981 View Post
    So you carry concealed without a CPL (or other exemption)?

    Don’t be coy, answer the question please.
    Yeah I do by the way. I Don't ask permission to exercise my rights. When you ask permission it then becomes a privilege which can be taken away by the person or group extending the privilege.

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    Luckily, Jackson prison is pretty close to GR. You may just get a few visitors.
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    I can’t say I’m against civil disobedience. The minute we have to purchase our rights from the govt, they are no longer rights. That being said, the charge you could be facing, if caught, is pretty hefty. I hope you are fully aware of the potential consequences. Also, I wouldn’t recommend posting your decision to do so on a public forum.

    (Especially with that Greek guy working as a mole for the ATF)

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