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    October WAC Gunshow

    Is there a plan to have the OC table at the gunshow on October 23-24? This is going to be the biggest gunshow of the year for WAC. Better call Robert Johnson now if nothing is set up yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SpyderTattoo View Post
    Is there a plan to have the OC table at the gunshow on October 23-24? This is going to be the biggest gunshow of the year for WAC. Better call Robert Johnson now if nothing is set up yet.
    Where is it?
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    Puyallup Fairgrounds

    Where is it?

    WAC Holds these events at either the Puyallup Fairgrounds or at the Monroe Fairgrounds. They mostly alternate months but you just missed the one last weekend at Monroe. The next Monroe is Nov 6-7. Next Puyallup is Oct 23-24 and Nov 20-21.

    See schedule on their website.

    http://washingtonarmscollectors.org/shows.htm
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    October is the largest show of the year. There has been a waiting list for sometime now, I just called and we are still on the waiting list. I will know in the next few days if we got one.

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    I posted earlier, but obviously it did not get through. I and Mike have a table secured, and you were listed as being next to us. I do not know if that meant you HAD the table or were just listed next to us if you got it. If you do not get the table, I think we might be able to fit you in a bit. But keep trying.

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    will they allow you to set up a table outside the doors?

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    No, all tables are inside the building.
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    I just heard on this thread: http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...29#post1371929

    The good Sheriff Palmer is supposed to be up here again. I'll be going to get my OR CPL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight_308 View Post
    I just heard on this thread: http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...29#post1371929

    The good Sheriff Palmer is supposed to be up here again. I'll be going to get my OR CPL.
    be sure to visit the website http://www.mdgunsafety.com/ to complete the online safety course. Print it out and bring it with you. The online course meets Sheriff Palmer's training requirement.

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    Or cpl

    What states will honor an OR CPL? I'm sure it's been posted somewhere here, but I can't find it. Thanks the Maryland "training" took less than 30 minutes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by M1Gunr View Post
    be sure to visit the website http://www.mdgunsafety.com/ to complete the online safety course. Print it out and bring it with you. The online course meets Sheriff Palmer's training requirement.
    Well that was painless (just finished the online course). Now I have a reason to go to Puyallup now.

    Question, and I hope I don't derail the thread too awfully bad. Does anyone know if this safety course qualifies for a Utah permit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by knight_308
    I just heard on this thread: http://forum.opencarry.org/forums/sh...29#post1371929

    The good Sheriff Palmer is supposed to be up here again. I'll be going to get my OR CPL.
    maybe not: http://seattleguns.net/viewtopic.php...art=10#p118244

    I will be in Vancouver this weekend for CHL's....I am not sure if we are coming to Puyallup or not..kind of short notice.....I need to schedule a couple trips to California as well. It seems as if the majority of the donations came from these two states....We are planning a trip to Ca. around thanksgiving and trying to be around our son for Thanksgiving as he is in the military.....

    Please keep in touch with me on this....

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    The Maryland course does not work for the Utah class. You'll have to go and sit through it.

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    Sheriff Palmer in Vancouver area 9 Oct

    Sheriff Palmer will be at the Hazel Dell Round Table Pizza, this Saturday 9 Oct between 1:30 & 3:30 PM.

    Round Table Pizza: Hazel Dell
    616 NE 81st St # A, Vancouver, WA (360) 574-1666

    If you have been considering an Oregon CHL, please show up and help make it worth his trip.
    They're over there with their guns!

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    damn, saturday in leavenworth

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    Quote Originally Posted by onlurker View Post
    Well that was painless (just finished the online course). Now I have a reason to go to Puyallup now.

    Question, and I hope I don't derail the thread too awfully bad. Does anyone know if this safety course qualifies for a Utah permit?
    I know that Champion Arms in Kent offers the class for the Utah permit from time to time. Check with them for the next one.
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    I just went to Sam's Gun shop in Everett today and had the guy at the range make me a copy of the classes. OR and UT CC lic classes. I will try to dig out my scanner and post a copy. till then 425-348-3006 presented and taught by BeaverCreek Armory, LLC.

    Class Date Oct 17th 11:30 am - 3:30 pm
    Fees for Classes: Utah and Oregon $160.00 * Picture and Fingers add $25.00
    Utah only $115.00 * Picture and fingers add $25.00
    Oregon only $ 55.00

    I just may have to go to this WAC'd show. I am looking for a cheap Ruger 10/22 for my wife to shoot. Do you typically see better prices at the big shows due to competition, or higher prices due to the amount of people that go? I just dont know about spending $55 for the WAC'd membership to spend $125 on a gun.

    I am selling my Marlin 10/22 has about 50 rounds through it, for anyone interested.
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    huh

    i just took utah at cabelas for 70 plus 65 to the state for the CPL..
    pay no money for oregon,,,, just take the on line training from
    maryland firearm safety course, on line for free,
    accepted by the grant county sheriff .
    still trying to see if he will come to puallup on the 28th,
    or go to see him in vancouver on the 9th.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky_Dog View Post
    Sheriff Palmer will be at the Hazel Dell Round Table Pizza, this Saturday 9 Oct between 1:30 & 3:30 PM.

    Round Table Pizza: Hazel Dell
    616 NE 81st St # A, Vancouver, WA (360) 574-1666

    If you have been considering an Oregon CHL, please show up and help make it worth his trip.
    How long does the process take? Just show papers and fingerprints taken?

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    I believe it's fill out the app, he takes your pic and prints and you be done. Permit is in the mail.
    He is hoping to help about 25-35 people in the 2 hours he'll be there.

    I also believe he will not be in Puyallup this month.
    They're over there with their guns!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeak View Post
    How long does the process take? Just show papers and fingerprints taken?
    Yes, picutre and fingerprints, fill out the application. Pay $65 ($50 to Sheriff and $15 in a check to the Oregon State Police)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky_Dog View Post
    I also believe he will not be in Puyallup this month.
    That seriously sucks.

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    Yes, picture and fingerprints, fill out the application. Pay $65 ($50 to Sheriff and $15 in a check to the Oregon State Police)
    From Sheriff Palmer's email:
    The payment can only be cash, check or money order....I do not have the ability to take credit/debit cards.
    They're over there with their guns!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky_Dog View Post
    From Sheriff Palmer's email:
    From experience. The Sheriff needs the $15 that goes to OSP in the form of a check.
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