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Discussion in 'Welcome New Members' started by SamTay04, Oct 21, 2007.
I do not actually have my GFL yet though . Today was 82 days since doing my fingerprints.
Have you tried following this process yet?
82 days since doing your fingerprints? Did you do your prints the same day you applied?
Thanks for the info. I havent called anyone yet. I E-mailed a guy at the Sheriff's office Friday, and he gave me someones number and told me to call and talk to them. I was planning on calling that person Monday morning.
I applied on a Friday and did the fingerprints the following Tuesday.
That's interesting... not sure if the 60 days starts from fingerprinting or application. I mean, it's so close here that 60 days has passed on both dates. So, keep us updated. You should also join GCO (http://www.georgiacarry.org) to eliminate such nonsense as long wait times for your GFL.
O.C.G.A. Â§ 16-11-129 (4)
I believe the 60 days counts every day (including weekends, holidays, etc.), as it does not specify business days, etc.
I used to live near Waycross. I like the range down at the Okefenokee swamp park-- they have two ranges, really, one for 100 yards for rifles and another that goes to 25 yards for pistols and shotguns (slugs only, per the rules, but that makes no sense to me). I hope you don't have to wait too long for your permit. Law enforcement folks are pretty pro-gun down there, although concealed carry on your person is still a pretty "out there" and unusual practice.
Yeah, I used to go to the range at the Swamp Park quite a bit but recently I've just been going to some private land near Dixie Union.
I agree with pt, if they go over the 60 days with no good reason (back ground checks) GCO can help.
Background checks aren't even a good reason. Just because SCOGA thinks they are doesn't mean that the law is written that way.
http://www.georgiacarry.org/cms/2007/10 ... s-license/
howdy and welcome