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Old July 31st, 2019, 03:18 PM #1
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IP's that help with DC permits

Reaching out to any IP's here at MDS that offer full service permit walk-thru or help .
I don't have multiple hours and time to spend on the process . Anyone here take care of paperwork and the assistance (full service)

Any help would be grateful . Just PM a cost for the services and what it includes . I basically want one stop shopping .
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Old July 31st, 2019, 05:24 PM #2
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DC is EZ compared to Maryland. You don't need to hire someone and as I remember you must do it in person to get your photo and fingerprints.

I had recent Maryland training. One morning, I Metro'd to to a very early (7 AM) DC Law class given by DCConcealedcarry.com. Took that certificate along with my Md training papers and Metro'd to Police HQ when they opened. Applied, and registered my pistol. Then Metro'd out of town by 10:30 AM.

No assistance needed.

I can phone you if you need someone to talk you through it.
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Old August 2nd, 2019, 07:14 PM #3
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DC is EZ compared to Maryland. You don't need to hire someone and as I remember you must do it in person to get your photo and fingerprints.

I had recent Maryland training. One morning, I Metro'd to to a very early (7 AM) DC Law class given by DCConcealedcarry.com. Took that certificate along with my Md training papers and Metro'd to Police HQ when they opened. Applied, and registered my pistol. Then Metro'd out of town by 10:30 AM.

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DC is EZ compared to Maryland. You don't need to hire someone and as I remember you must do it in person to get your photo and fingerprints.

I had recent Maryland training. One morning, I Metro'd to to a very early (7 AM) DC Law class given by DCConcealedcarry.com. Took that certificate along with my Md training papers and Metro'd to Police HQ when they opened. Applied, and registered my pistol. Then Metro'd out of town by 10:30 AM.

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I will shoot you a PM , Thank You
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Not really worth it unless you just got money to blow, just do it yourself

You only need a couple hours to fill out paperwork.

No matter who helps you, you still have to go down and get fingerprinted and photo'd, and you still have to take the class. No real way around it, other than nefarious methods. Otherwise I think its still around 16 hours of class plus the range? LoL pretty sure people can correct me on that if I'm wrong.
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How stale (calendar-wise) can one's MD permit training be to cover DC's requirements?
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How stale (calendar-wise) can one's MD permit training be to cover DC's requirements?
I think 2 years.
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Not really worth it unless you just got money to blow, just do it yourself

You only need a couple hours to fill out paperwork.

No matter who helps you, you still have to go down and get fingerprinted and photo'd, and you still have to take the class. No real way around it, other than nefarious methods. Otherwise I think its still around 16 hours of class plus the range? LoL pretty sure people can correct me on that if I'm wrong.
I would never do anything "Nefarious" One member here has shared a company name and offered to share information .
I now have at least a direction .
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DC is EZ compared to Maryland. You don't need to hire someone and as I remember you must do it in person to get your photo and fingerprints.

I had recent Maryland training. One morning, I Metro'd to to a very early (7 AM) DC Law class given by DCConcealedcarry.com. Took that certificate along with my Md training papers and Metro'd to Police HQ when they opened. Applied, and registered my pistol. Then Metro'd out of town by 10:30 AM.

No assistance needed.

I can phone you if you need someone to talk you through it.
You don't need to physically bring your pistol to get registered?
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