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    Hey,

    I'm taking a trip out to ND with my father in August for business, and was thinking about getting my non-resident ND CCW permit now so that I can have it by the time that I go out there. My 18 year old brother is coming to. I heard that North Dakota allows 18 year olds to get their CCW's but I can't know for sure. Does anyone know if this is the case?

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    personaltrainer1987 wrote:
    Hey,

    My 18 year old brother is coming to. I heard that North Dakota allows 18 year olds to get their CCW's but I can't know for sure. Does anyone know if this is the case?
    18 years is good according to the ND OAG. For a ND issued permit, that is.



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    Hey HankT,

    Thanks a lot for the info. By the way, I just wanted to apologize about the way that I went off on you in the CT forums. You had every right to say anything that you wanted to, and I should have been more respectful of your freedom of speech and not been so quick to get offended. I hope you'll forgive MY rudeness and won't hold it against me in future forums/postings. After all, we are all on the same side here!

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    Awww, don't sweat it, PT87.

    Have fun in thePeace GardenState.

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    HankT wrote:
    personaltrainer1987 wrote:
    Hey,

    My 18 year old brother is coming to. I heard that North Dakota allows 18 year olds to get their CCW's but I can't know for sure. Does anyone know if this is the case?
    18 years is good according to the ND OAG. For a ND issued permit, that is.

    I don't know if you've proceeded down this path and this information is out-of-date, but I have a permit from North Dakota and am presently 20. Here is a useful link.

    http://www.ag.state.nd.us/BCI/CW/CW.htm

    The Office of Attorney General is actually a pretty good resource. Essentially, you need to get one set of prints, and find an instructor -- they provide everything else. The total cost ran me $55.78 ($25 for the fee, $25 for the 'instruction', $5 for getting a set of prints outside my locality, and 78 cents for the stamps.

    I got my permit in one month.

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    thanks Vote_no,

    That's very encouraging! Now, can I send them my NRA pistol safety certification and my set of prints that I had taken for my CT carry permit? Would that cover it, or do I need to repeat anything for North Dakota? Also, who do I send everything to/ where can I find an application?

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    PT -

    Why don't you just apply for your Florida and Utah CCW's?

    You get a lot more mileage that way, and UT CCW is honored there.





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    Quote Originally Posted by 30 cal **** View Post
    PT -

    Why don't you just apply for your Florida and Utah CCW's?

    You get a lot more mileage that way, and UT CCW is honored there.
    Have to be the unconstitutional age of 21 to get it.
    "No state shall convert a liberty to a privilege, license it, and charge a fee therefor.- Murdock vs Pennsylvania 319 US 105

    ...If the state converts a right into a privelege, the citizen can ignore the license and fee and engage in the right... with impunity.
    - Shuttleworth vs City of Birmingham, Alabama 317 US 262

    Where rights secured by the Constitution are involved, there can be no legislation which would abrogate them.
    - Miranda vs Arizona 384 US 436

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    It also says training must take place in ND.

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