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Got my permit in Cortland County yesterday. It took just over 10 long months. They are say up to a year now.

Spent the day with my dear departed uncle's model 36 in my pocket. Felt really natural. Going to drive to Scranton hopefully Monday.

Looking at adding a M&P Shield and or maybe a XDS in .45 in the near future.
 

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10 months too long. Congrats on restoring your naturally endowed rights.
 

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Congrats, very cool. It's nice to have a gun with a family history, as well.
 

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Congrats!!!!

Long wait, but worth it. Model 36 was my first handgun also back in 82. Great gun, still carry it on occasion to this day.
 

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Been a long time since I got mine here, actually two. The first was restricted then when a new judge came in I applied for a new one unrestricted, took about the same time as you went through. Are they still giving out unrestricted permits? Do you have to take the NRA Safety Course within a year?
 

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Yes to the unrestricted and to the NRA safety course. I'm not really sure if they even give out restricted permits In Cortland. I have yet to hear of anyone with one.
 
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