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Living in NJ changes the way we all think.  In the rest of America, nobody says "hooray, it only took the police 2 weeks to approve my application to exercise a right."  The worst part is that as long as we're content having our rights infringed a little less than the guy in the next town, we'll never do anything to regain our rights.

 

Got that right, took 3 minutes to pick these up in Texas yesterday. My biggest gripe here is the turnaround time and cost for LTC's! Should count my blessings.

 

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Got that right, took 3 minutes to pick these up in Texas yesterday. My biggest gripe here is the turnaround time and cost for LTC's! Should count my blessings.

Wife and I both had our LTC in 3 weeks from doing prints...as for cost, mine was only $25 (but her initial LTC was $125).

 

 

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Wife and I both had our LTC in 3 weeks from doing prints...as for cost, mine was only $25 (but her initial LTC was $125).

 

 

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$140 for the application, $10 for prints (max by State law), and then $75 for the class and proficiency test. Submitted everything on 12/18 and don't expect to hear back from them for several months given everybody is getting a LTC now.

 

I have an active PA which cost $10. I'm almost positive I just walked in and walked out with one same day. I also have an out-of-state Utah which was quite bit more. Been living here the last 3 years and the attorney general can't give me a clear answer whether either are valid. He just responded by saying their is reciprocity. PA and Utah say they are still valid irrespective of the move but I didn't want to take a chance.

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You're right...my wife's was $140...mine was $25 because I'm a veteran. I won a free class for both of us at a gun show raffle so that was a huge savings. I haven't heard of any major delays in processing...Wife got her LTC about 2-3 weeks ago and processing only took 3 weeks. There's no need for anyone to change from CHL to LTC. The CHL is still valid for CC or OC.

 

 

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Living in NJ changes the way we all think. In the rest of America, nobody says "hooray, it only took the police 2 weeks to approve my application to exercise a right." The worst part is that as long as we're content having our rights infringed a little less than the guy in the next town, we'll never do anything to regain our rights.

Well said.

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