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Old February 8th, 2017, 06:11 AM   #16
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Both license and renewals in NH are $10 all in (no classes) for 4 years. Soon to be Constitutional Carry but I can handle the pricey $10 fee so will keep the permit. I also have a Utah nonresident which with NH gives me 37 states.



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CA was around $200 for 2 years. Took me (and wife) about 4 months start to finish. Some can take up to 2 years (schedule renewal when getting original).
AZ non-resident cost $60 for 5 years. Took 3 weeks.

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In Illinois it cost me $150 for the 16 hour ccw training course. Then another $150 and a 90 day wait for the ccw license. It is good for 5 years.

I don't know if they have made the rules and set the fees for renewal.
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In Illinois it cost me $150 for the 16 hour ccw training course. Then another $150 and a 90 day wait for the ccw license. It is good for 5 years.

I don't know if they have made the rules and set the fees for renewal.
Don't forget the IL FOID card you needed to get prior to those steps.
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Nevada was right around $93.00 for the first five years, and then like $45.00 for the next 5 years. Not entirely certain as Nevada has been going thru growing pains here lately, and only the good Lord knows what the fees are now.
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In Virginia, each county sets the renewal fee up to a maximum of $50/five years. I live in Greene County, it's $15/five years. More than 20 years ago, the then sheriff said he wasn't going to try to balance the county's budget on the backs of CCP holders, he just wanted to cover costs. It's been $15 ever since.
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Pennsylvania = $20 for 5 years.
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Ive had mine since about 1987, so renewal is just a matter of walking into the Sheriffs office and getting your picture took. They process it right on the spot. Takes 10 minutes or less.

First time applicants in my county can take up to 45 days, since the Sheriff does pretty extensive back round checks on people BEFORE issuing.

If you have a clean record, And a long history of residency in this county, you can have it back in less than 3 weeks. My wifes took right at 3 weeks a couple years back.

When I took my father in about 3 years ago to get his first CC Permit.

The Sheriff was present, and he ask my Dad if he was a lifelong resident, same address for 70+ years,, they ran his name right there, and issued it on the spot. The Sheriff congratulated him, and laughing, the Sheriff says" Dont you think it was ABOUT TIME ? ". My Dad was 72 at the time.
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$50 first permit after class room, written text and back ground check good for 5years
Renewals $25 after qualifying at a range with a qualified trainer at a cost of there choice anywhere from $15 to $25 good for another 5yrs
Iowans correct me if I'm wrong
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South Carolina is $50 for 5 year renewal.
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The LTCF is good state-wide, and the form is supplied and approved by the State Police. So the fee is mandated to be the same in every county, some sheriffs have tried playing games and are gradually being set straight. I'm another citizen that just loves paying a fee to exercise a constitutional freedom...
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NY, far away from the abomination region. Paid around $40 back in 1984 . Today of course it's around $200. The do nick you $5 a gun to add to the permit.
I also have HR214 (retired LEO)nationwide permit. That requires annual recertification which is more just familiarization and good old boy shoot. Cost is around $70 with the range fee for the local rod and gun club and it's hosted by the local sheriffs dept. my RugerLCP goes most everywhere I do except on a plane .




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I have had a concealed carry since 1983. New York just went from a lifetime permit to a 5 year renewal. We all have until Jan. 2018 to fill out the form on line with the State Police. It is free to renew for now. We used to do carry permits with the locale Sheriffs dept.
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