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Called New Hampshire today.
Sent in my application in mid June for an out of state CCW while it was still only $20 it's $100 now. Mind you their website said applications take 14 days.
Coming up on 5 months later I find that they are so backlogged that they are finally up to apps that came in during the begining of June. Woman on the phone said that they are backlogged by the hundreds of thousands of apps.
Just imagine the tax relief we could get in this state if we did the same thing. The money pouring into New Hampshire at this point is in the millions. Ahh what better for a state whose motto is "LIVE FREE OR DIE"
 

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Called New Hampshire today.
Sent in my application in mid June for an out of state CCW while it was still only $20 it's $100 now. Mind you their website said applications take 14 days.
Coming up on 5 months later I find that they are so backlogged that they are finally up to apps that came in during the begining of June. Woman on the phone said that they are backlogged by the hundreds of thousands of apps.
Just imagine the tax relief we could get in this state if we did the same thing. The money pouring into New Hampshire at this point is in the millions. Ahh what better for a state whose motto is "LIVE FREE OR DIE"
 

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I got my NH non-res CCW pretty quickly also, and also back then I just paid $20. Its nothing fancy however and hope to CCW one day in VT and NH.

The last time I spoke with them i heard that they were shortstaffed, Maybe thats why the wait is taking so long?>
 

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I got my NH non-res CCW pretty quickly also, and also back then I just paid $20. Its nothing fancy however and hope to CCW one day in VT and NH.

The last time I spoke with them i heard that they were shortstaffed, Maybe thats why the wait is taking so long?>
 

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Wow! I got my NH license about three years ago and it only took a few weeks. If the renewal is $100 I'll pass next go around.
 

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Wow! I got my NH license about three years ago and it only took a few weeks. If the renewal is $100 I'll pass next go around.
 

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I paid $20 for mine earlier this year...took about 5 months to get it though.  Not surprised they jacked the price.  No doubt they realized what a cash cow they've got.
 

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I paid $20 for mine earlier this year...took about 5 months to get it though.  Not surprised they jacked the price.  No doubt they realized what a cash cow they've got.
 

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CT did the same thing they jacked up the price to 75 dollars on Halloween, it sure beats that stupid License plate thing that patterson was proposing
 

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CT did the same thing they jacked up the price to 75 dollars on Halloween, it sure beats that stupid License plate thing that patterson was proposing
 

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Let me enlighten those of you here about how bad NYS REALLY is.
Everybody thinks when an LEO retires he is home free as far a a permit goes.
Guess what NYC does for thier retired LEO's who put many years in on the job.
True they can get thier carry permit. If they have more than one gun, NYC will only allow 1 gun on the carry. Anymore than that they have to get a "target" (premise) permit for the remaining guns. And the wonderful Commissioner refuses to qualify retired officers so they can carry interstate under the federal bill that was passed for retired LEO's.
Everybody I know who is retired had to go elsewhere if they want to be qualified.
Once your off the job the City treats you like every other permit holder...a lowlife in thier eyes.
They are not happy to allow carry even on the job but they have no choice with that.
 

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Let me enlighten those of you here about how bad NYS REALLY is.
Everybody thinks when an LEO retires he is home free as far a a permit goes.
Guess what NYC does for thier retired LEO's who put many years in on the job.
True they can get thier carry permit. If they have more than one gun, NYC will only allow 1 gun on the carry. Anymore than that they have to get a "target" (premise) permit for the remaining guns. And the wonderful Commissioner refuses to qualify retired officers so they can carry interstate under the federal bill that was passed for retired LEO's.
Everybody I know who is retired had to go elsewhere if they want to be qualified.
Once your off the job the City treats you like every other permit holder...a lowlife in thier eyes.
They are not happy to allow carry even on the job but they have no choice with that.
 

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Makes you SO proud to be a new yorker. ??)
 

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Makes you SO proud to be a new yorker. ??)
 

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Highest taxes and treated like second class citizens... what a state!  Time to head out of here.  But where to go that is warm , in both weather and it's treatment of gunowners?
 

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Highest taxes and treated like second class citizens... what a state!  Time to head out of here.  But where to go that is warm , in both weather and it's treatment of gunowners?
 

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Apparently NY doesn't trust its citizens to be as responsible as the citizens of Florida, Texas, Utah, etc., etc, etc., etc. It looks like that distrust carries over to their treatment of LEO's.
 

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Apparently NY doesn't trust its citizens to be as responsible as the citizens of Florida, Texas, Utah, etc., etc, etc., etc. It looks like that distrust carries over to their treatment of LEO's.
 

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I applied for my NH permit in Feb and received it in Aug. Luckily I got in under the wire & only had to pay the $20 fee. Even if I hadn't, I think $20 per year is still a pretty good deal.

By this time next year I'll be a NH resident so it doesn't much matter for me after that.

Bye bye to NY and all their stupid restrictions on our right to bear arms.
 

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I applied for my NH permit in Feb and received it in Aug. Luckily I got in under the wire & only had to pay the $20 fee. Even if I hadn't, I think $20 per year is still a pretty good deal.

By this time next year I'll be a NH resident so it doesn't much matter for me after that.

Bye bye to NY and all their stupid restrictions on our right to bear arms.
 
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