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Well being as I'm really good friends with the son of a gunsmith/instructor/dealer. I am getting mine for 20$ not including the app fees and all that. But still help of a deal! I think atleast.
 

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CPL? as in CCW permit and CHL to carry concealed?
Michigan recently changed from calling it a CCW to CPL (Concealed Pistol License).

That said, I spent $266.00 ($150.00 for the class, $11.00 for the passport quality photos, and $105.00 to the county clerk).
 

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changed from calling it a CCW to CPL (Concealed Pistol License).
Yah, NV should call it the same, since no permits are issued for other concealable weapons (knives, dirks, throwing stars, etc).

Over here, classes range from $60 to $150 for most classes (ours are $60) for an 8-hour class. Permit fee is $100.25 (don't forget the 25 cents!) and includes photo and fingerprints. Additional $20 if SO is required to do another fingerprint card (like for the FL mail-in application). NV CCW is good for 5 years, and authorizes semiauto and/or revolver.
 

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50 dollars in Va. and they accepted my hunters education certificate from NY for firearms training which cost me 0 dollars.
 

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$252.50 for colorado's cheapest that I've found. Thats what I paid at least. But ya they should call it CHL since it doesn't let me carry other weapons.
 

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Oddball Gunner said:
Michigan recently changed from calling it a CCW to CPL (Concealed Pistol License).

That said, I spent $266.00 ($150.00 for the class, $11.00 for the passport quality photos, and $105.00 to the county clerk).
Ok cool thanks man I appreciate it.
 

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Happysniper1 said:
Yah, NV should call it the same, since no permits are issued for other concealable weapons (knives, dirks, throwing stars, etc).

Over here, classes range from $60 to $150 for most classes (ours are $60) for an 8-hour class. Permit fee is $100.25 (don't forget the 25 cents!) and includes photo and fingerprints. Additional $20 if SO is required to do another fingerprint card (like for the FL mail-in application). NV CCW is good for 5 years, and authorizes semiauto and/or revolver.
Lol yeah that good ol .25 Haha
 

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Mine costs 15 years of work :eek:

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bhale187 said:
Mine costs 15 years of work :eek:

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Ditto to HR218 :)

I teach the concealed course here in Arkansas and it costs the applicant 144.25, which does not count the actual course to the instructor. Instructors charge 50 to 75 in this area, not sure what they charge in other parts of the state.

The 144.25 breaks down and covers the state background (25), the FBI background (19.25), and processing fee of 100. The permit is valid for 5 years and renewal is 35.
 

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So I'm new to the gun world so don't laugh. Do you take the course before submitting your app?
 

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So I'm new to the gun world so don't laugh. Do you take the course before submitting your app?
You take the course first. You will get a certificate if you pass. You the go to the Sheriffs Dept. to apply. They fingerprint you and then run a background check. If you check clean you get your CCW permit!
 

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for me here in Eugene Oregon $80 for the class and $65 to the sheriffs office. for my Arizona they accepted my NRA class certificate $26 for fingerprints and $60 to Arizona DPS
 

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So I'm new to the gun world so don't laugh. Do you take the course before submitting your app?
Yes.

You can get the app from your sheriff's dept, (since you're in MI) online at MSP website, or the county clerk.

Here in Kent County, you have to apply at the county clerk's office. It cost me $105.00 but that included the cost of fingerprinting. I had to show my receipt from the clerk's office at the sheriff's office. It would have cost me $67.00 plus the $105.00 if I had gotten fingerprinted first.

Also, make a COPY of your course completion certificate to include with your application. Keep the original for your records. Bring the original with you when you turn in your application but be sure to get it back.

When in doubt, call the county clerk or the sheriff department.
 

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Yes.

You can get the app from your sheriff's dept, (since you're in MI) online at MSP website, or the county clerk.

Here in Kent County, you have to apply at the county clerk's office. It cost me $105.00 but that included the cost of fingerprinting. I had to show my receipt from the clerk's office at the sheriff's office. It would have cost me $67.00 plus the $105.00 if I had gotten fingerprinted first.

Also, make a COPY of your course completion certificate to include with your application. Keep the original for your records. Bring the original with you when you turn in your application but be sure to get it back.

When in doubt, call the county clerk or the sheriff department.
Ok thanks man.
 

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$7.50 a year here in Bama, no classes or any of that bs, well not bs, some people do need to attend
 
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