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    Still no ccw permit

    Sent it out 8:45am nov 1st and they cashed the check on nov 14th but still no permit. anyone else that sent out on the 1st still waiting for it?

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    Yup My gf has the same stuff on the same dates. still no permit.

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    Yeah, check cashed/posted the 9th, and still waiting.

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    Check cashed on the 16th.

    Still no permit.
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    Cool I had a little time on my hands....

    I had a little time on my hands so I took the data we have so far on applications submitted versus applications processed, plus the DOJ projection on how many apps would be submitted this fiscal year and constructed this graph:



    IF the data was correct and IF the processing and submission rates stayed the same, the DOJ would be all caught up after 157 days and 94,000 apps! Then the apps would be processed as soon as they came in.... Yes, those are mighty big IF's. And the new hires would make it all happen sooner.
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    I don't know what to tell you other than just keep waiting as I did for mine. Mine took 22 days to get total including weekends and thanksgiving. Remember they still have another 19 days left to issue your license so until then hold tight!
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    permit is here

    Just recieved permit today #16--- 12/3/2011

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    Dave, your graph right on to date.
    When in danger you can dial 911 and hope for the police to arrive a few minutes later armed with guns.
    Why do police carry guns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Flipper View Post
    Dave, your graph right on to date.
    If they can maintain this pace and their sanity, they will have 33,000 done on December 27th....
    Last edited by davegran; 12-03-2011 at 07:35 PM.
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    I have no idea what "permit" you guys are talking about...
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    (Blacks Law 4th Ed, Pg. 1298)
    PERMIT: v. To suffer, allow, consent, let; to
    give leave or license; to acquiesce, by failure to
    prevent, or to expressly assent or agree to the
    doing of an act. State v. Waxman, 93 N.J.Law,
    27, 107 A. 150; State v. Peters, 112 Ohio St. 249,
    147 N.E. 81, 84; Little Falls Fibre Co. v. Henry
    Ford & Son, 126 Misc. 126, 212 N.Y.S. 630, 634;
    Lemery v. Leonard, 99 Or. 670, 196 P. 376, 378;
    Armstrong's Adm'r v. Sumne & Ratterman Co.,
    211 Ky. 750, 278 S.W. 111, 113; Atwater v. Lober,
    133 Misc. 652, 233 N.Y.S. 309, 313.

    PERMIT: n. A license or instrument granted by
    the officers of excise (or customs), certifying that
    the duties on certain goods have been paid, or secured,
    and permitting their removal from some
    specified place to another. Wharton. A written
    license or warrant, issued by a person in authority,
    empowering the grantee to do some act not
    forbidden by law,
    but not allowable without such
    authority.

    (Blacks Law 4th Ed, Pg. 1067)
    LICENSE: Certificate or the document itself
    which gives permission
    . Aldrich v. City of Syracuse,
    236 N.Y.S. 614, 617, 134 Misc. 698. Permission
    or authority. Independent School Dist.,
    Class A, No. 1, Cassia County v. Pfost, 51 Idaho
    240, 4 P.2d 893, 897; Monsour v. City of Shreveport,
    194 La. 625, 194 So. 569, 571; Platt v. Bender,
    La.App., 178 , So. 678, 682.....

    So by definition a license is a permit, a permit is a license...any questions???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motofixxer View Post
    (Blacks Law 4th Ed, Pg. 1298)
    PERMIT: v. To suffer, allow, consent, let; to
    give leave or license; to acquiesce, by failure to
    prevent, or to expressly assent or agree to the
    doing of an act. State v. Waxman, 93 N.J.Law,
    27, 107 A. 150; State v. Peters, 112 Ohio St. 249,
    147 N.E. 81, 84; Little Falls Fibre Co. v. Henry
    Ford & Son, 126 Misc. 126, 212 N.Y.S. 630, 634;
    Lemery v. Leonard, 99 Or. 670, 196 P. 376, 378;
    Armstrong's Adm'r v. Sumne & Ratterman Co.,
    211 Ky. 750, 278 S.W. 111, 113; Atwater v. Lober,
    133 Misc. 652, 233 N.Y.S. 309, 313.

    PERMIT: n. A license or instrument granted by
    the officers of excise (or customs), certifying that
    the duties on certain goods have been paid, or secured,
    and permitting their removal from some
    specified place to another. Wharton. A written
    license or warrant, issued by a person in authority,
    empowering the grantee to do some act not
    forbidden by law,
    but not allowable without such
    authority.

    (Blacks Law 4th Ed, Pg. 1067)
    LICENSE: Certificate or the document itself
    which gives permission
    . Aldrich v. City of Syracuse,
    236 N.Y.S. 614, 617, 134 Misc. 698. Permission
    or authority. Independent School Dist.,
    Class A, No. 1, Cassia County v. Pfost, 51 Idaho
    240, 4 P.2d 893, 897; Monsour v. City of Shreveport,
    194 La. 625, 194 So. 569, 571; Platt v. Bender,
    La.App., 178 , So. 678, 682.....

    So by definition a license is a permit, a permit is a license...any questions???
    Nope. You cleared it all up. Thanks. Lol.
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