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Old June 8th, 2017, 07:40 AM #21
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Old June 8th, 2017, 10:57 AM #22
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Im curious, i have the same deal ccw for company with restrictions you its easy gryphon says not so easy
It depends on what kind of "good and substantial reason" you had to get your permit. If you are a business owner, it can be very easy provided you have the right arguments to say and you can articulate yourself well before the review board, AND you appealed within 10 days of receiving your permit. If it has already been 10 days, you have to wait until you renew.

As Rack&Roll said, I did use Mark Pennak's analysis in my arguments, at the suggestion of Mxrider. I found him because I am already a member of MSI.
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Old June 8th, 2017, 11:39 AM #23
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It depends on what kind of "good and substantial reason" you had to get your permit. If you are a business owner, it can be very easy provided you have the right arguments to say and you can articulate yourself well before the review board, AND you appealed within 10 days of receiving your permit. If it has already been 10 days, you have to wait until you renew.

As Rack&Roll said, I did use Mark Pennak's analysis in my arguments, at the suggestion of Mxrider. I found him because I am already a member of MSI.
If it its beyond 10 days, you can submit a restriction modification request and $10 to MSP. If denied, you can then appeal to the HPRB within 10 days.

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Old June 8th, 2017, 11:40 AM #24
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Thank you for that info. I was not aware of that rule.
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Click on the thread below to see a play-by-play account of your session tonight:

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I can't see it. Can someone help me?
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Old June 8th, 2017, 12:50 PM #26
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It is in the Water Cooler forum.

You need to make 50, meaningful, non-Introduction forums posts to gain access to the Water Cooler.

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Congratulations, OP! That was my first meeting, observing the practices and getting an idea as to what happens there. I'm glad I went.
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.... We really need to spread the word about how easy this process actually is .....



Congratulations on your permit.


This is easy:

http://www.nh.gov/safety/divisions/n...ts/dssp260.pdf
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I'm a first time Maryland applicant (DC resident) currently awaiting MSP action "in the next two weeks" (according to the Licensing Division when I called to ask Monday). I was told by my instructor that MSP was allowing "Personal protection and all lawful purposes" to suffice as a G&S reason. My investigator said that wouldn't fly, so I submitted a G&S statement that divulged lots of information about my life, my job, and my background, to substantiate my "need" to exercise that which is a fundamental right.

I hate to be a negative nancy, but I keep thinking about the renewal process in two years. We are only having *some* success at present because of an R in the Govs Mansion -- Larry Hogan. When we go for renewals down the line (with an inevitable Dem Administration), I foresee a return to an old world of baseless MSP/HPRB rejections/denials. I know we can cross that bridge when we come to it, but I'm just thinking long term.



No offense, but your instructor is an idiot, I certainly hope he's not an IP here.

Unfortunately we have run into a few who will blow smoke up applicant's back sides just to get a sale. Definitely sad, should be criminal.....
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I do think the instructor was mistaken. In my experience MSP does NOT allow your word that you want to use it for "personal protection and all lawful purposes" or anything like that. Currently you can get a permit if your job requires it (armed guard), if you are a business owner or someone authorized to carry and deposit money for the business, or for personal protection ONLY IF you can prove multiple recent, documented death threats (meaning police reports or similar).
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