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SGT John " Mac " McConnell
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I guess it just all boils down to cost of the application fee.. After getting mine here in Texas. Going through course and qualification. That cost was 35 dollars. Being a veteran my CHL cost 25 dollars for the fee to get the license. This licence is good for 4 years. Non Veterans cost is a 140 dollars in comparison. So this would be a good thing for non vets..
I have never heard of this . Thanks for sharing..
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SSG James Elmore
SSG James Elmore
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An active duty is free!
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PO1 John Miller
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LTC Thomas Tennant

Here in Arizona, all I had to pay for was 2 sets of fingerprints ($20), the application fee ($65) and postage. Since I am an honorably discharged vet, the state accepted my DD214 in lieu of an authorized training course.
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LTC Thomas Tennant
LTC Thomas Tennant
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My brother and sister in law have their CCHL from Arizona and a Nevada out-of-state one. Both states are veteran and gun friendly. I do suggest you get the training because each state has it's own spin on what you can and can not do as a responsibly armed citizen. I also suggest you join USCCA and become at least a silver member. Should you get in a "use of deadly force" situation, the legal support will prove invaluable. They also have a great magazine (Conceal Carry) and on-line training to keep you sharp and well informed.
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PO1 John Miller
PO1 John Miller
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LTC Thomas Tennant
As a resident of Arizona, and being a holder of an Arizona CWP, there are a few states that AZ has reciprocity with.
http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed_Weapons/Reciprocity/

I have heard of USCCA, and follow them on Facebook though I'm not a member. I'll check it out though.
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Cpl Mark McMiller
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Just a bunch of hype. Virginia does have a concealed carry permit, and there is no training required if you can prove you're a vet. And a Virginia permit may be recognized by other states but that's up to those other states, not Virginia.
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