Hi from North Georgia w/Question

Discussion in 'Welcome New Members' started by Eagle, Jan 5, 2006.

  1. Eagle

    Eagle New Member

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    Hey.
    Im glad I found you.

    Been a CCW for 10 yrs.

    Just realized my license expired last month.

    Will they make me go through the entire process again?

    Anybody have any idea?
     
  2. thebugman

    thebugman New Member

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    Don't think so...

    I think there is a grace period of 60 days. Some others on the board may know the exact answer.
     

  3. Gunstar1

    Gunstar1 Administrator

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    Depends on the county. Some have a 30, 60, 90, day grace period, one county has a year, and one member posted that they went 13 months and was still considered a renewal.

    The link below has some county renewal processes and if the process is not there it also has the telephone number for every county's probate court.
    http://www.gfodl.org/gfl1.php
     
  4. Eagle

    Eagle New Member

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    I went to the Pickens Co. section. 90 days wait.
    Renewals shouldnt be that difficult but thats the Govt. we all know.
    It didnt mention renewals and guess thats a question for them.

    Thanks for the replies.
     
  5. Eagle

    Eagle New Member

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    Must start over as per Probate court.

    Looks like I will even though I dont usually carry except in my vehicle.

    The way the world is these days....I should carry everywhere.

    I currently have a Glock 27.
    Anybody have any ideas about what to carry to have 10 rds, 38 cal and up, easy to carry everywhere?

    I prefer 45 cal. but 40 is good.

    Thanks guys.. I appreciate the advice.
     
  6. seajay

    seajay NRA Certified Instructor

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    How about

    A baby Desert Eagle in .45?

    [​IMG]

    This photo is the one I carry. 10+1 DA/SA.

    Brigade Gun Leather makes a fine holster for it.

    Besides...It kind of fits in with your name.
     
  7. Gunstar1

    Gunstar1 Administrator

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    I carry a Springfield XD-40 Bi-tone. It comes in a wide variety of calibers(.40S&W, .45GAP, and just now released is .45ACP) in the 4in barrel version.

    It accepts lights and lasers on the rail.
    [​IMG]

    I am actully quite ticked off that 3 months after I got my .40 they come out with a .45ACP that holds 1 more round of .45(13 + 1 / 30oz) that with mag is only 3 ozs heavier than my .40(12+1 / 27oz). :x
    http://www.springfield-armory.com/prod- ... 5acp.shtml
     
  8. Eagle

    Eagle New Member

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    My choice is really the Sig p220 also in two tone.

    Stolen from my truck in atlanta a while back.

    SOMETHING REAL SMALL IS BEST FOR ME.

    Smaller than my 27.
     
  9. Malum Prohibitum

    Malum Prohibitum Moderator Staff Member

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    Smaller than a Glock 27 but in .45 with 10 rounds is kind of a tall order to fill.

    You can't get much smaller than a baby Glock in .40 and above.
     
  10. Eagle

    Eagle New Member

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    I went with the 27 because it was the smallest 40 cal I could find.
    Since I lost interest in guns, I no longer read the mags I get so I dont know what has been produced to fill that need.

    I appreciate you taking the time to advise.
     
  11. thebugman

    thebugman New Member

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    I am going to get a car gun safe for all of my vehicles for this very reason. I would be really bumbed if some looser stole one of my guns, and even more so if it was used in a crime.
     
  12. Molon Labe

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    I have the para night hawg, nice little gun http://www.paraord.com/product/product.html?id=6

    I used to have a gunvault safe bolted inside my pickup but now that i have an SUV I have really nowhere to put a safe with quick access so I tend not to leave the gun in the car.