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    New Washington CPL's, they have arrived

    Good Morning Bill,

    Attached is a copy of what the redesigned CPL looks like. The new CPL’s are being issued by agencies that are using firearms online; the old CPL’s are still being issued by law enforcement that are not using firearms online.

    We will be getting something out to the dealers to notify them of the change.


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    firearms@dol.wa.gov




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    Will this be a paper slip like we have now or a plastic card?

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    I wonder who is using this firearms online system?

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    Quote Originally Posted by acmariner99 View Post
    Will this be a paper slip like we have now or a plastic card?

    They are still paper.
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    When I was at Welchers saturday I had a talk with a sales guy there that told me about a Army comming it that had a totally different license. Issued out of Puyallup. They told him to come in Monday when they could call to verify it was real. First one they had seen.

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    A guy posted a link about them in the OC carry thread. I guess if you photocopy it the copy says VOID on it. They must have had issues of people trying to copy them.

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    Seems they have removed the RCW 9.41.050(b) reference (must display it upon demand...) and replaced it with a more informational preemption notification.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slapmonkay View Post
    Seems they have removed the RCW 9.41.050(b) reference (must display it upon demand...) and replaced it with a more informational preemption notification.
    Good catch I wonder if us OC'ers have something to do with that. Seems to be more of a note to officers with a warning to us that it won't protect us from the feds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gogodawgs View Post
    They are still paper.
    Have they changed the size so it can be laminated and still be the same dimensions as a Driver's License? The old format was too large for wallet pockets that were designed for credit card sizes and the usual D/L plastic.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amlevin View Post
    Have they changed the size so it can be laminated and still be the same dimensions as a Driver's License? The old format was too large for wallet pockets that were designed for credit card sizes and the usual D/L plastic.
    Yes they are smaller in size so that when folded and laminated they are the same size as a DL as to fit in your wallet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stretch View Post
    I wonder who is using this firearms online system?

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    This.

    Anyone got an idea how to tell who does? I'd like to replace my much too large one, it's inconvenient for sure.

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    the current issue can be folded to the size of a driver license. It take 2 fold lines to do it though.


    1st fold
    Under the issuing authority signature fold that paragraph of text under, at this point you should be able to fold the CPL in half (right at the birthday/sex/height section) folding under the text paragraph portion

    laminate and carry

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    and trim the edges up to the printing
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    I have mine

    I have my laminated by the state, can I still get that, at least hope I can

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    Quote Originally Posted by gogodawgs View Post
    Yes they are smaller in size so that when folded and laminated they are the same size as a DL as to fit in your wallet.

    I had my laminated and it fits in my wallet just fine. Does your county sheriff not know how to use scissors?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lovenox View Post
    I had my laminated and it fits in my wallet just fine. Does your county sheriff not know how to use scissors?
    No, but they do the re-issue in less than 10 minutes, so I'm not concerned with it being a bit big.

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    Is this a scanned then touched up edition or did a government agency put this sample online. I would like to redo it and add it to the Washington page at www.handgunlaw.us Thanks for any assistance you can give me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Slider View Post
    Is this a scanned then touched up edition or did a government agency put this sample online. I would like to redo it and add it to the Washington page at www.handgunlaw.us Thanks for any assistance you can give me.
    I believe its a sample provided by government agency via email.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary Slider View Post
    Is this a scanned then touched up edition or did a government agency put this sample online. I would like to redo it and add it to the Washington page at www.handgunlaw.us Thanks for any assistance you can give me.

    It is the sample provided by the State Firearms Unit

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    Thank you.
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    Here is the new License Image that I created. I know it is not 100% as I couldn't figure out exactly were the Name goes for sure and if it is all caps etc and a couple other things on the image were actually there or added to show what was there. I can update it in the future. Thank you for your assistance.
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    Is there a list of what agencies are utilizing this firearms online issuing system?

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    Cpl

    I don't even know why you are required to have the actual CPL besides bypassing the wait for a purchase. I am pretty sure your CPL is attatched to your name when they run it, or better yet we need "Constitutional Carry"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calvin Quint View Post
    I don't even know why you are required to have the actual CPL besides bypassing the wait for a purchase. I am pretty sure your CPL is attatched to your name when they run it, or better yet we need "Constitutional Carry"
    Simple answer: vehicle carry.

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    basically nullifies the GFSZ stupidity and loaded vehicle carry

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