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    Help for Father

    Anyone in the San Antonio 78263 area that knows about concealed permit paperwork.My father will be 89 in a couple of weeks and does not hear well he is also having problems figuring out his paperwork for concealed permit he has already passed the course.I talked him into getting his permit because you can't OC in Texas and he carries his pistol in his truck don't want the storm troopers to pull him over and lock him up.Any help? Oh he has no computer and doesn't know how to use on despite the fact he helped build the computer for Apollo 17.He is getting the runaround from DPS on where he can get his prints done.Thanks in advance.
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    It is legal for him to carry in his vehicle without a license. It must be out if view.

    The course instructor typically assists student in completing the paperwork, so that would be my first call.

    I am not near SA, so I can't be of more help.

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    Any police dept or sheriffs dept should be able to do the prints. If he needs help with the paperwork, tell him to go to the gun store on I37 on the south side of town. Its just before the 410 junction. I can't remember the name of the place but I've been there a few times and the staff seems to be knowledgeable and helpful. I'd be surprised if they turned him away. Hope that helps.

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    I dont live in SA anymore or else I would help. Also, L1 is the only place one can get finger prints for the CHL done now.

    The Gun store you speek of is Dury's.... A great place!
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    The State of Texas has seen fit to grant an exclusive monopoly on fingerprinting that is accepted by the State to a private company. Not surprisingly, their locations are not particularly convenient, nor do they tend to be in neighborhoods most people would consider particularly safe. Their customer service is crap, because they don't have to compete for customers.

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    Thanks for the info Dury's is where my father has purchased most of his guns.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ()pen(arry View Post
    The State of Texas has seen fit to grant an exclusive monopoly on fingerprinting that is accepted by the State to a private company. Not surprisingly, their locations are not particularly convenient, nor do they tend to be in neighborhoods most people would consider particularly safe. Their customer service is crap, because they don't have to compete for customers.
    We aren't the customers -- we're the product.

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