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    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?

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    Get blue card, get an instructor to certify that you can shoot it. :-) Go down to CCW detail with letter from instructor and $$.

    That's basically it.

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    The fee was $25 for changes/additions, not sure if that is still the case.
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    bobernet wrote:
    Get blue card, get an instructor to certify that you can shoot it. :-) Go down to CCW detail with letter from instructor and $$.

    That's basically it.
    i take it, i can do this all in one shot...

    do i have to wait for an updated card before i can carry it?

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    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).

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    AnakinsKid wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).
    aaaah, you are right luke...i checked my permit...no mention of serial # either.

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    I don't know how some sheriffs are getting away with charging a fee to "add-a-gun."

    NRS 202 is very specific and does not allow for charging a fee for this purpose.

    Many sheriffs (mine included) do not charge a fee. You simply take the certification form to the sheriff and it is added to your file. It isn't like the sheriff's office is expending time and $$$ when you add a gun.

    But, you say, "It has to be added to the back of your permit." No, it doesn't. You can have an infinite number of handguns on your permit. There is not room for a great number.

    This will all be moot if we are successful in getting "Any Semi Auto" added to the law (replacing make/model/caliber for autos) in the 2009 legislative session. There was only one person in the whole world that opposed such legislation in 2007 - Assemblyman Bernie Anderson from Washoe County, Chairman of the Assembly Judiciary Committee. Support and vote for Ron Longin to replace Bernie!

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    technically, if i am buying the same gun (just shorter barrel), it's interchangable with the one i already carry, right? so i would not need to add it to my carry card, just have my blue card.

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    yeahYeah wrote:
    technically, if i am buying the same gun (just shorter barrel), it's interchangable with the one i already carry, right? so i would not need to add it to my carry card, just have my blue card.
    Yes, as long as it is the same make/model/caliber.

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    varminter22 wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    technically, if i am buying the same gun (just shorter barrel), it's interchangable with the one i already carry, right? so i would not need to add it to my carry card, just have my blue card.
    Yes, as long as it is the same make/model/caliber.
    it is, just the sub compact model (3'' barrel)

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    I called the fingerprint bureau and asked them the same thing. They don't distinguish between compact and fullsize so you're good to go.

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    ooh yeah!


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    AnakinsKid wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).
    I'm going out and buying an XD40 subcompact right now!(I already have a service model)

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    AnakinsKid wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).
    I'm going out and buying an XD40 subcompact right now!(I already have a service model)
    pick me up the SC9 while your at it buddy!

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    yeahYeah wrote:
    Sheepdawg wrote:
    AnakinsKid wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).
    I'm going out and buying an XD40 subcompact right now!(I already have a service model)
    pick me up the SC9 while your at it buddy!
    I'll just have the Gun Store put it on my tab.

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    Sheepdawg wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    Sheepdawg wrote:
    AnakinsKid wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).
    I'm going out and buying an XD40 subcompact right now!(I already have a service model)
    pick me up the SC9 while your at it buddy!
    I'll just have the Gun Store put it on my tab.
    your headin to the Gun Store on Trop?

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    yeahYeah wrote:
    Sheepdawg wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    Sheepdawg wrote:
    AnakinsKid wrote:
    yeahYeah wrote:
    i'm lobbying the wife for another handgun (springfield xd9 sc) before or on Christmas. of course, i'd love to get it on my CCW so i can carry it...does anyone else have multiple firearms on their CCW? if so, how did you add them and how easy was it?
    You already have an XD9 Service on your permit, right? If so, you won't have to put the subby on your permit. The permit lists Manufacturer (Springfield), Model (XD), and Caliber (9mm), but does not care about barrel length. I had the instructor clarify on this since I have 2 xd40's (also service and subby).
    I'm going out and buying an XD40 subcompact right now!(I already have a service model)
    pick me up the SC9 while your at it buddy!
    I'll just have the Gun Store put it on my tab.
    your headin to the Gun Store on Trop?
    Yeah, I usually shop there because they don't ask me to disarm and their prices are good.

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    i work right down the road from that place. their prices are good, but i don't like the sale staff. I may still buy my next heater from there though.

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    i work right down the road from that place. their prices are good, but i don't like the sale staff. I may still buy my next heater from there though.
    I'm heading there right now.

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    i wish i could meet ya there...darn work!

    let me know how much the SC9's are :celebrate

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    i wish i could meet ya there...darn work!

    let me know how much the SC9's are :celebrate
    I'm the proud owner of a new XD40 subcompact bi-tone.(thats the one with the stainless steel satin finish slide)I rule!:celebrate The XD9 sc are going for $547.00 before tax and background check.

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    congrats man...pics? mine is a bi-tone...super sexy.

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    congrats man...pics? mine is a bi-tone...super sexy.
    I would post some picks, but I'm not that good with computers and technology and such. But I'm working on it. And your right...super sexy

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    Buds gun shop $461.00 delivered (I don't know if this is exactly what you want)

    but it's an XD9sc


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    mdgary wrote:
    Buds gun shop $461.00 delivered (I don't know if this is exactly what you want)

    but it's an XD9sc
    Looks just like my 40. I think I paid $499 at Bargain Pawn (new). I highly recommend getting the Pearce Grip Extension for the subcompacts. It doesn't add much length to the grip for CCW, and makes the grip much more comfortable (to me at least). I can't line up for a second shot as quickly without it, since my pinky doesn't fit on the regular grip. I have these on all my subcompact mags.

    $7.50 at pistolgear.com, fits both 9mm and .40sw
    http://www.pistolgear.com/proddetail...PGA&cat=41

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