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    I'll be traveling back up to Washington soon and was curious about the steps to obtain a non resident permit and pricing I found some info via google but very vague.
    Any help would be much appreciated.

    Also anyone near Wenatchee going to Apple Blossom?

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    Being a non-resident, you can go to any police or sheriff department you want. Most will mail it to you in 60 days. The law allows for up to 60 days for non-resident. It does not require them to wait 60 days.

    There is no difference in resident and non-resident permits, other than where you can apply. Residents are limited by where they reside.

    Kitsap County Sheriff has a reputation for same day issuance. Go to their office in Silverdale.

    Cost for resident or non-resident is $55.25. The fee is set by the state and cannot be changed by the local government.



    You will need ID and cash/check. They will fingerprint you at the time of application.
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    If you have a Utah permit, you are good to go... don't need a Washington permit.
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    j2l3 wrote:
    If you have a Utah permit, you are good to go... don't need a Washington permit.
    Correct. WA has reciprocity with UT:

    http://www.atg.wa.gov/ConcealedWeapons/Reciprocity.aspx
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    I did not know Wash is accepting permits from other states, I live in Boise Id. and for the last 15 years I have Wash, c.c. permit, , Is this a new law?, do you accept Id. c.c.?

    I travel to Yakima, several times a year, and never had any problems, I would like to have a permit from Oregon, maybe some day, your vaquero friend Israel.

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    I did not know Wash is accepting permits from other states, I live in Boise Id. and for the last 15 years I have Wash, c.c. permit, , Is this a new law?, do you accept Id. c.c.?

    I travel to Yakima, several times a year, and never had any problems, I would like to have a permit from Oregon, maybe some day, your vaquero friend Israel.

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    Washington accepts "some" permits.

    Idaho permits are valid in the following states:



    AK*, AR, AZ, CO, FL, GA, IN, KY, LA, MI, MO, MT, NC, ND, NE, NH, OH, OK, PA, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT*, WY,
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    Muchas Gracias, for the information, maybe some day Oregon and Wash. will be included.

    We are having our 1st O.C. pic nic here in Boise, it is going to be a nice day, it will be this coming 2nd of May.

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    Washington accepts "some" permits.
    Arkansas
    Florida*
    (WA residents only)
    Louisiana
    Michigan
    Mississippi
    Missouri
    North Carolina
    Ohio
    Oklahoma
    Utah



    Oregon accepts NONE

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    The Grant County Oregon Sheriff will issue you a CHL.

    Take this online handgun course (free), make a copy of the certificate and head to his office to complete the finger prints, photo and CHL form. Pay the fees ($50 to Sheriff & $15 to the state patrol). Wait 2 weeks and you are good to go.

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    j2l3 wrote:
    If you have a Utah permit, you are good to go... don't need a Washington permit.
    i have not gotten my UT CWP yet. but thank you all for the help.

    Kitsap County Sheriff has a reputation for same day issuance. Go to their office in Silverdale.
    That sounds great but a little far from Wenatchee.

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    he Grant County Oregon Sheriff will issue you a CHL. Take this online handgun course (free), make a copy of the certificate and head to his office to complete the finger prints, photo and CHL form. Pay the fees ($50 to Sheriff & $15 to the state patrol). Wait 2 weeks and you are good to go. http://www.mdgunsafety.com/
    I did do the course just incase I want to make a detour on the trip. I looked on the google for the map of counties but have yet to find one so i Know their boundary's


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    Anyone have any idea on Non resident CPL turn around. Applied 14 days ago they said may be 30-60 days!

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    younggun20 wrote:
    Anyone have any idea on Non resident CPL turn around. Applied 14 days ago they said may be 30-60 days!
    Most will mail it to you in 60 days. The law allows for up to 60 days for non-resident. It does not require them to wait 60 days.

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    Wow.

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    I was thinking of calling either for an update or to make sure they got my mailing address right, I told the receptionist I would be moving upon my return home and gave her my new address. Just dont want them sending my permit to the wrong house

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    Des Moines mails theirs out the next day.

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    I'm waiting for my resident permit from the Duvall-Carnation Police Department. Tomorrow will be 30 days.
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    Im waiting on mine from Chelan county Wenatchee

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    received my permit today. dated the 12th. So 12 days including weekends to get it approved and sent out, 17 days to get it to me. Am i allowed to Laminate it?

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    younggun20 wrote:
    received my permit today. dated the 12th. So 12 days including weekends to get it approved and sent out, 17 days to get it to me. Am i allowed to Laminate it?
    Yes you may laminate it.

    I would suggest the strongest laminate that you can get. 10mm or more. It will be in your pocket for 5 years.
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    Thank you for the response I will be doing so

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    younggun20 wrote:
    received my permit today. dated the 12th. So 12 days including weekends to get it approved and sent out, 17 days to get it to me. Am i allowed to Laminate it?
    I should have moved out of state and then applied - would have been faster. They took the full 30 days allowed for a resident permit. It arrived on saturday - I laminated it today..
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    i was kind of down when others said it could really take up to 60 allowed. It came in the mail this morning and I didnt even see it for a couple hrs because I had stopped looking. Only reason I did see it is because it was handed to me

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    I need to replace mine next year and is an excuse to go to Yakima I go to Wash very often, and O.C. there. I never laminate mine I put it in a plastic bag and folded in my wallet, been doing that for 15 years, since I move to Boise.

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    I folded mine and laminated today.

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