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    FYI Douglas CO link was broken, here is one that works.

    http://www.dcsheriff.net/concealed-handgun-permits/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Viper45 View Post
    FYI Douglas CO link was broken, here is one that works.

    http://www.dcsheriff.net/concealed-handgun-permits/
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    It looks like Denver has switched form appt to walk-ins four days a week?

    From the web-site:

    Permit applications are processed on a walk-in, first come, first served basis Tuesday - Friday between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m., excluding Holidays.
    UPDATE:
    I went on Friday for a renewal. You get scanned by the metal detector, and then they have you sit in the lobby with all the people coming in from the street. Whatever.

    Took about 30-40 minutes to be seen. The metal detector guy gives you a numbered laminated card. It starts at number 7, I don't know why. I waited about 30-40 minutes till someone came out and asked who was there for CCW. There were about 5 people, but I was the only one to get up. I think the others were there for the sexual predator registration. Either someone has a sense of humor, they think CCWers are like child molesters, or they think that evertually the problem will just work itself out

    So no appt. necessary. She took my stuff and even printed off a new card for me since the expiring one was starting to fall apart. She said if you are going to carry it in your wallet all the time (who doesn't???) you should laminate it to protect it.

    The major change was that she said I would get a letter saying that I my renewal was ready and that I have to come down to pick it up. I though they just mailed out the CCW when I was got my last one.

    Kind of a pain. Nice lady cop. Saw an NRA sticker on one of the lockers. I hope they work under 90 days since my current one would expire a few days before that.
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    So we went in to renew our permits from Boulder County and they discovered they can't do it because of the new gun laws that passed. We use to live in Boulder County and that is where we originally got the permits from, but we moved to Erie, and are now in Weld County. According to what they were told by CBI as they were running our background checks, you can now only get permits from the county you actually live in, regardless of where the permit was issued. CBI claims that we can go to Weld County and only have to pay the renewal fee, not the fee for a whole new CHP. The lady at Boulder County said she has 4 other people she had to inform about this change and she had no idea why the new law was thought to provide any sort of safety or any benefit to any associated parties (citizen or government).

    The only problem is all the information on everyone's website still says you can only renew in the county that originally issued the permit. Any one have any sources to back up the CBI's statement??
    --John--

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    Default New link for Adams County

    The link has changed for Adams County since the original post.
    The new page is very comprehensive and complete. There's an
    online appointment scheduler for both new permit applications
    and renewals. Walk-ins are not served.

    http://www.adamssheriff.org/concealed-handgun-permits.html

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    http://www.leg.state.co.us/library/r...256E6600773612

    Reports for how many were issued denied and withdrawn.

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