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My CPL Just arrived in the mail! :party:


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Nice! What'll be the first hidden piece?


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FMJ 911 wrote:
My CPL Just arrived in the mail! :party:


Holy CRAP, that's a record for sure! icon_eek

Do you have a jacket large enough to conceal that Broomhandle? :bigsmile:

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Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:11 pm
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I applied on the 14th of lat month and still have nothing.

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Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:29 pm
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I wonder why my CPL Only took 6 days? Something funny is going on, I'm gonna read it again, just to make sure...


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Make sure you sign it and THEN laminate it! :thumbsup2:

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Wed Mar 07, 2012 11:32 pm
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FMJ 911 wrote:
I wonder why my CPL Only took 6 days? Something funny is going on, I'm gonna read it again, just to make sure...


Nah, it's good.

They can do it really quickly . . . it's just that some police departments choose not to. So folks like Hedge (and me, when I got mine) wind up waiting the full 30 days, which is the maximum allowed by law. :cussing:

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MadPick wrote:
FMJ 911 wrote:
I wonder why my CPL Only took 6 days? Something funny is going on, I'm gonna read it again, just to make sure...


Nah, it's good.

They can do it really quickly . . . it's just that some police departments choose not to. So folks like Hedge (and me, when I got mine) wind up waiting the full 30 days, which is the maximum allowed by law. :cussing:



I agree with your little :cussing: guy!!

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After many frustrating years of trying to get one in CA I can finally say that I LEGALLY :bigsmile: have a WA CPL in hand!! :woohoo: I also picked up a Columbia Firearms Services IWB 1911 holster (gotta support local businesses).

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Hedge wrote:
After many frustrating years of trying to get one in CA I can finally say that I LEGALLY :bigsmile: have a WA CPL in hand!! :woohoo:



WHOOOOO HOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!! :alcapone:


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Hedge wrote:
After many frustrating years of trying to get one in CA I can finally say that I LEGALLY :bigsmile: have a WA CPL in hand!! :woohoo: I also picked up a Columbia Firearms Services IWB 1911 holster (gotta support local businesses).


AWESOME-O!!!


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Mon Mar 12, 2012 7:12 pm
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Yes it is!

You can drop by and do your CPL application and renewal 24/7 in Kent.
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For lack of a better place to post this, I want to relay a conversation I had with the WSU Police Dept. I called to check on the legality of conceal carry on campus and had a great discussion with an officer who was very pro-2nd Amendment and sympathizes with conceal carriers. The university's policy is, as you could guess, is a no-go. The reason, he explained, was that in the event of an armed incident, they don't want to roll up to a scene and have to make the assessment as to who is the carrier and who is the bad guy with the gun. It makes sense. The point however was that he was definitely friendly to the 2nd Amendment.


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