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    DESPP Backlog of 60,000+ for BR checks ? That's what they imply

    http://www.ctpost.com/local/article/...ns-4487385.php

    State Police Col. Danny Stebbins said Friday that a backlog in background check requests has exploded to more than 62,000



    As I have noted before, DESPP does not have ANY written procedures in respect to how they do the flow of anything related to a gun permit application and this includes the BR check process. If they did, then solving this issue becomes very easy.

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    any word on WHAT form of background check is backlogged? whether it be national checks or state checks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by motoxmann View Post
    any word on WHAT form of background check is backlogged? whether it be national checks or state checks?
    I followed up with them today & they state that the only issue that they have is the time needed for filing records ...

    They only do a NICS check on purchases ... a more through check on a pistol permit.

    Its retarded of course.....if a simple NICS chk is good enough to acquire a gun, it should be good enough to carry.

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    just an excuse

    This is just an excuse to hold up our application process.

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    maybe they should stay late and do their jobs

    Maybe they should stay late and do the job they get paid 6 figures a year to do, like us in the private sector can't leave until the job is done.

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