jeepman wrote:Slack, here in Clinton County, some shops particularly Gander Mountain does a similar process except our county clerk handles pistol permits. Luckily we still have a few mom and pop gun shops in business and they accept a purchase coupon in which the buyer obtains the coupon from the county clerk for the future purchase of a handgun. That alleviates the initial run around of the purchase. I just hand in the coupon with the federal background check paperwork at the time of purchase and then at a later time use the receipt, which has the serial number on it, to register the gun with the county clerk. It's a more convenient process but can't be used with every dealer it's at their discretion. I can foresee in the future my county doing away with it and conforming with other counties that do the registration process the same as yours.
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tubbalowski wrote:Doesn't state law say the application has to be processed and a decision made within 6 months? How are they getting around that?
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