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  1. Pistol Permits
    im going for my fingerprints in dutchess county at DCSO on sep 9th 2014. im wondering how long the wait will be ive been reading on here that it takes a month or even more but those posts were about a year ago and I work with a woman who said she got her permit in the mail 2 weeks after her...
  2. Pistol Permits
    They do not accept digital prints in Florida I received my fingerprint cards in the mail and called my local Town and they do not fingerprint any longer for permit applications. Where do I need to go to get the ink prints done? I am in Erie County. Thanks
  3. Pistol Permits
    I'm still waiting on word from Florida, it's been 7 weeks now but my wife got mail from them today on hers. They rejected her fingerprints saying they weren't legible so she has to get printed again. Now I'm half expecting to hear the same on mine because we had them done at the same time at the...
  4. Pistol Permits
    I am filling out a Florida conceal permit application here in Marion NY where I live. Problem is I need to have finger prints taken by a law enforcement agency using the finger print card that was in the permit package. Wayne Co sheriff dept says they will not do it....anyone know who will?
  5. Pistol Permits
    My Florida CCW permit is due for its five year renewal. For the life of me I cannot remember where I got my fingerprints done five years ago. I know most of the local PD's do digital FP. I need to get regular FBI ink prints. Anybody know where I can get printed in Wayne/ Monroe/Ontario counties?
  6. Pistol Permits
    The Florida instructions state the prints need to be taken at a LEA. The county and state have switched to digital prints and FL won't accept those. Do the prints need to be from an NY LEA? Or any LEA? (yeah I should just call but I don't have privacy at work and keep forgetting when I get home...
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    Indianapolis: Owners must give fingerprints to get guns back from IMPD An Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department rule that makes it harder to reclaim a seized gun than to buy one is drawing criticism from gun rights advocates and has spawned at least one lawsuit...
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