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  1. I'm surprised it's taking this long in FL. They're way behind other states.
  2. Notice they don't have "Average CCL Renewal Times" in there, probably because it would be too embarrassing. The average would be over 500 days.
  3. That's about what I got out of what I found as well. The school carry is only by permission. Since TN is a constitutional carry state, I think you really only need the permit if you want to travel outside of TN and need reciprocity. I don't plan on ever doing open carry. Adjacent states like NC, AL, KY and GA still require permits, although GA might pass constitutional carry soon from what I hear.
  4. Got the same letter with the wrong dates. So, the letter says my FOID doesn't expire until 2025, but the date on the card says 2022. Do I renew, or not?
  5. Lingering for 10 to 15 seconds in his car was the justification for a stop? I think not. Totally 100% unconstitutional. Something is seriously wrong with the Fifth Circuit for them to think otherwise. It doesn't matter if the guy was found to be a felon. The stop was illegal and his rights were violated.
  6. I just applied for a TN permit and I must say, it's confusing as heck, unlike the IL process. One thing about the IL permitting process is that there isn't any ambiguity about what you need to apply. For TN, I can't really figure out what the major differences are between the standard and enhanced permits, besides the ability to open carry. Some people say you can carry in "more places", but those places aren't listed anywhere. What are they? According to some people, they say you can carry in hospitals and in schools, but then I find other information that says those locations are still prohibited. The reciprocity map doesn't appear to be any different for a standard or enhanced either. To get an enhanced permit, you need to go to almost IL like training, but with only 8 hours instead of 16 (and incur training costs), pay bigger fees and get fingerprinted. With the standard permit, you can do the training on-line which is free and the permit cost is much lower. I'm not sure if you need to be fingerprinted for the standard permit, since that part is unclear. So, is the enhanced permit really worth all the extra trouble and costs? It seems like it's not.
  7. Yeah, they lightly knocked on the door and in under 2 seconds were bashing it open. That hardly counts as "knocking".
  8. The CCL's are probably all cancelled. I'd be livid and probably sue the guy. He wasted 16 hours of my time with a fraudulent class. I charge $250 per hour for my time, so that's $4000. Now I have to waste another 16 hours taking another class, which is another $4000. Add in the wasted range time and ammo, say $80. Then the CCL application fee of $153. Court costs and filing fees, maybe $1000. Grand total $9233. Multiply that by 800 students = $7,386,400. Pay up.
  9. But you don't see these kinds of problems in states dominated by Republicans. I'd argue that we don't want the checks and balances of a two party system that includes Democrats. These days, Democrats do nothing but cause problems in every level of government.
  10. Yes, they do work. I practice with my laser both on and off. When it's on I'm noticeably more accurate and can even put a few bullets through the same hole in the paper. It's also a good training tool, since you can see unwanted motion with the laser on.
  11. That seems crazy. A bunch of time must have elapsed before the gun arrived on the scene. The dogs could have completely eaten the jogger by then.
  12. Well, we already have indefinite incarceration for alleged "trespassing" in DC, which include solitary confinement, torture and other abuses.
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