What!?!GAGunOwner said:DeKalb also takes it upon themselves to offer an opinion on 16-11-126. It is as follows:
CODE SECTION 16-11-126
NO PERMIT IS REQUIRED:
-inside your home or in the place of business
-you are allowed to have the pistol in your vehicle IF:
UNLOADED & separated
LOADED open & exposed
in the glove compartment
THE PERMIT IS REQUIRED:
-Outside of the home, business, or vehicle AND must be properly concealed meaning the pistol must be in a holster, handbag, briefcase, or closed container.
They were sitting on it.Dadx4 said:-If issued on 1/10, why did it take 60+ days to get in mail??
Because they are dirty effing liars.Dadx4 said:-Since process is the same for new applications as renewals (under the new law) why does DeKalb keep holding to the "six months" figure when they can obviously renew in 13 days?
I had the same problem in DeKalb. I was told I was approved on Aug XX. I waited until Sep XX and still no GFL. I went there in person and was informed that GFL's were routinely held at the Decatur post office for up to 3 months after issuance.Dadx4 said:-If issued on 1/10, why did it take 60+ days to get in mail??
-Since process is the same for new applications as renewals (under the new law) why does DeKalb keep holding to the "six months" figure when they can obviously renew in 13 days?
So you, too, can hear this:foshizzle said:. . . and send them copies of the law as seen on this website.
havoc1 said:When I again inquired about the temp (I forgot my birth cert the first visit), I was told that the county does not issue them. I pointed out that state law specifies that they will be issued. Her response? "Where are you getting all this? The internet? I wish people would stop posting that stuff, because it just isn't true!"