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    I also am retired but I still would try to keep up the permit.

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    I have my cc permit for Kansas. I got it for my CYA travels. I travel to Texas, Indiana and the Dakotas. I'm good in all states except Illinois. I would renew it.
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    thanks everyone, i will renew it, when i go to tennessee its for about 4-5 hrs at a time so 5 times would be about 25 hrs that my gun won't be with me a month, tho some months i go less and some more i average d it out in the post
    . i feel better when it's on me. i remember when i first thought of getting my permit my wife said maybe you won't need it we live in a small town but i went ahead and got it. now there is shooting or an alert for a dangerous criminal seems like several times a month thats not very far away. thanks again

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper1 View Post
    I would renew it, and yes, I am on a fixed income also.
    It is better to have it and not need it then need it and not have it.
    I agree with Jeeper1 and yes I am now also retired with no income until I turn 65 (or maybe later). That said, my last five year CCW renewal in PA was $19.

    $70 to your state for a CCW is pretty steep.

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    $14.00 a year seems worth it just for the peace of mind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old fart View Post
    thanks everyone, i will renew it, when i go to tennessee its for about 4-5 hrs at a time so 5 times would be about 25 hrs that my gun won't be with me a month, tho some months i go less and some more i average d it out in the post
    . i feel better when it's on me. i remember when i first thought of getting my permit my wife said maybe you won't need it we live in a small town but i went ahead and got it. now there is shooting or an alert for a dangerous criminal seems like several times a month thats not very far away. thanks again
    Made a good call. God forbid you need immediate access to your gun $70 is well worth it.

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    I agree with everyone else. Renew it. It's a benefit to you.
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    Hmm, I'm not on THAT tight a budget, but I'm old and retired and so the state of Texas gives me an old fart's discount. Think I paid 30 bucks. It took me all of 10 minutes on the computer to reup.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaBravoKS View Post
    so YOU'RE the ONE guy in California that has a permit! What did it take to get that done (or do you live in one of the rare counties that still believes in freedom)?
    The county I live in fortunately has a sheriff that believes in the second amendment. I did have to go through an 8 hour training course and then qualify at the range, but if I was over the county line to the west or south it would probably not have been possible. It’s valid in any county here though. As I recall, it took about as long as it takes to have a baby. Not as much fun though...

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    I was just checking the UT non-resident permit which gives you TN and a lot of other states. 63 and change, but you need a familiarity course certificate approved by UT...and a fingerprint card. AZ used to be a bargain...not sure where they are these days.

    60.00 for an AZ permit gives you TN and a lot of other ones.

    https://www.azdps.gov/services/public/cwp
    Last edited by Czechbikr; 06-11-2019 at 07:32 PM.
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