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Old 12-26-2014, 8:49 AM
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I came across an ad for arizonaconcealedcarry.com .

It states that I can get a non-resident AZ CCW permit by
-watching the 1 hour online video,
-take (and pass) an online test,
-pay a fee

This permit would allow me to legally carry a concealed firearm in the 29 listed States?

How can anything be that simple? It must be a scam.

(yes, I see it's not recognized in CA)
I took the class and received mine about 7 months ago.
I checked with the sheriff's office and they said yes they accept that certificate your issued.
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When I got my Az. CCP I called DPS CCW Talked to a great guy, told him I took a hunter safety course back in the 60's as a cub scout in Long Beach.
I was asked if it was signed and had a number on it. He gave me his cell phone number to send him a picture of the card. Got a call an hour later he checked with the NRA, the instructor was real and they had the record of it. Sent in my paper work and about 3 weeks got the card. God bless the NRA'S records!
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I am HR218, but I am getting my AZ CCW because it makes buying guns out here easier. No NICS check required with an AZ CCW.
You're speaking of AZ transactions?

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Old 12-29-2014, 8:33 AM
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You're speaking of AZ transactions?
That will not work here in California.

But by the end of February we will not have to wait the 10 days.!
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You're speaking of AZ transactions?
Yes...
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One of the easiest CCW's to acquire. Did the video, sent the application and check, got my non-res AZ CCW.
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In reality, getting a Utah, or AZ CCW is not necessary if one has a CA CCW, and a FL CCW. So, one can save some money by just getting the FL CCW on top of the CA CCW and then one is good to go.
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Sent out application by USPS Certified Mail and it was received there on 12/22/14.
Just got my card this week on 1/15/15, so accounting for 12/25 and 1/1 *minimum* for days closed over the holidays, it took basically 3 weeks. DD-214 was sent with application as proof of training.


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Sent out app certified mail and it was received there on 12/22/14.
Just got my card this week on 1/15/15, so accounting for 12/25 and 1/1 minimum for days closed, it took basically 3 weeks. DD-214 was sent with app as proof of training.

Interesting, sent mine off on 12/12/2014 with hunter safety as training still nothing. Hopefully any day now....
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Interesting, sent mine off on 12/12/2014 with hunter safety as training still nothing. Hopefully any day now....
Will keep fingers crossed. Did you send by Certified Mail?
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In reality, getting a Utah, or AZ CCW is not necessary if one has a CA CCW, and a FL CCW. So, one can save some money by just getting the FL CCW on top of the CA CCW and then one is good to go.
Think UT gets you MN and WA. CA & FL do not. AZ gets you special carry rules while in their state.
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Interesting, sent mine off on 12/12/2014 with hunter safety as training still nothing. Hopefully any day now....
Mine took 5 weeks.
Don't sweat it.
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Will keep fingers crossed. Did you send by Certified Mail?
No, I did not.
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No, I did not.
I use certified mail just to be cautious. I think the Arizona DPS folks have been very helpful and straightforward with people. I know of some applicants who had omissions on their paperwork result in a phone call from DPS to clarify.

I'd give them a call if you don't receive anything in the next day or two and see what the status is, as it must be in database by now.
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I use certified mail just to be cautious. I think the Arizona DPS folks have been very helpful and straightforward with people. I know of some applicants who had omissions on their paperwork result in a phone call from DPS to clarify.

I'd give them a call if you don't receive anything in the next day or two and see what the status is, as it must be in database by now.
Will do, thank for the help.

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Just got mine in today. Took 3 weeks
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Just got mine in today. Took 3 weeks
Now that is fast.

Mine took 5 weeks over Thanksgiving.
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So I called to check on the status of my application that I dropped in the mail on December 12th, they say they find no records of an application for me.

Bummer. Must have been lost in the mail.

So I guess now I need to get a new application and start all over and try to get a money order refund, heard that is a nightmare too.
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Old 01-26-2015, 5:11 PM
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Now that really sucks.
Sorry to hear that.
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So I called to check on the status of my application that I dropped in the mail on December 12th, they say they find no records of an application for me.

Bummer. Must have been lost in the mail.

So I guess now I need to get a new application and start all over and try to get a money order refund, heard that is a nightmare too.
Ouch...
Did you save the money order receipt? I would hope a refund shouldn't be too hard...USPS? Western Union?... Just make sure that DPS knows not to cash it should it ever turn up. I would think once your new application is in the system, the original would get flagged anyway as a duplicate request. That is a bummer and a hassle though...let us know how it goes.
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Old 01-27-2015, 6:19 AM
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be sure you send it certified so you know it gets delivered, it's a few extra bucks for the piece of mind.
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Ouch...
Did you save the money order receipt? I would hope a refund shouldn't be too hard...USPS? Western Union?... Just make sure that DPS knows not to cash it should it ever turn up. I would think once your new application is in the system, the original would get flagged anyway as a duplicate request. That is a bummer and a hassle though...let us know how it goes.
Yeah, I got the money order from USPS and still have the receipt so that is good. Just have to pay again to get fingerprinted.
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Don't know how easy UT is to get. So far it seems they want a 4 hr training class (irrespective of the fact I just did 16 for CA) While they have what seems like a long list of providers, more than a few are not actually providing training, and one I called wanted $200 for the 4 hr class! (I paid the same amount for a 16 hour class for CA) Lot of work for a state I will likely never visit. You can get most of the same "bonus" states with an AZ permit and they (unlike UT) seem to accept just about anything in the way of firearms training.
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The UT permit seemed like just too much trouble.

AZ was REALLY easy.
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So on friday the 30th I went to the post office and began the process for a refund on my first money order as well as sent my new app and fingerprint cards via certified mail, tracked today and it arrived this morning.
Now, I wait....again!
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So on friday the 30th I went to the post office and began the process for a refund on my first money order as well as sent my new app and fingerprint cards via certified mail, tracked today and it arrived this morning.
Now, I wait....again!
Hang in there...good that you know they received it. Next thing you know you will have your permit in the mailbox.

Hope the refund goes smoothly. If DPS were to somehow get the original packet, I would think it would get flagged anyway and they would not try to cash the money order.
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for time tracking purposes from Application mailed out to permit received.

Mailed 2-3-2015

Received TBA

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The Arizona CCW is really EASY to get... and it IS good in many other states making it a great investment if you travel.


Nothing below should be taken at face value. Contact Arizona DPS and a competent attorney do not rely on my babblings...


Having said that...

According to http://www.usacarry.com/concealed_ca...city_maps.html an Arizona NON RESIDENT permit is good in the following states:
(Of course California is too good to recognize an Arizona permit....)



There is also a reciprocity table on the official Arizona Department of Public Safety Site here: http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concea...s/Reciprocity/

http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concea...ons/Questions/ says:




Getting the Permit:

The people in the AZ CCW office are friendly and HELPFUL. They DO NOT treat applicants as societal pariahs. You can call and ask them questions and they even provide an 800 number. (800) 256-6280

In practice it takes 4-6 weeks to get a permit 75 days seems to be something of a usual max. The latest I read on an Arizona Shooting forum suggests that the current wait time is 34 days.


The application/issuance process is very easy. Call the above number or email them using this online form: https://www.azdps.gov/About/Contacts/Email/?c=CCW They will send you a large envelope with 2 fingerprint cards and a simple 2 page application. Remember to sign the ap in BOTH places. Get fingerprinted, drop the cards and the ap in the mail and be a little patient. If your computer check comes back clean and you do the paperwork right and whatnot their SHALL ISSUE system spits out a plastic credit card sized CCW for you within 2 months. See here for more details about prohibited persons and the other necessary legalities and policy guidelines: http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concea...ermits/Obtain/

For a Californian, this process will be a culture shock for you. They treat applicants like it is a constitutional right to own and carry a firearm or something! (Of course as I understand it Arizona does not even require a CCW for people to carry there (in many places) at all... but the CCW gives you a few extra places you can go, and the big bonus is it gives you the rest of most of the United States. (check with a lawyer don't believe an internet post )

Speaking of culture shock, as part of the permit process you are required to become familiar with Arizona Statutes that cover carry and legal use of arms. Again for Californians these will be an amazing departure from what you are burdened with:
http://www.azdps.gov/Services/Concealed_Weapons/Links/
http://www.azdps.gov/Links/ARS/?l=13/03102.htm
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Training Issues:

As to the training requirement.. This is another easily met requirement. According to: http://www.azdps.gov/Links/ARS/?l=13/03112.htm An applicant shall demonstrate competence with a firearm through any of the following:

Emphasis added.

I would bet that 90+ percent of the people on CalGuns meet one or more of the above criteria ALREADY and do not even have to take another course!


Costs:

A NEW 5-year permit costs only 60 bucks.
Renewals are 43 dollars and do not require more fingerprints nor a refresher gun/safety course.

Arizona has almost a quarter of a million active permits in circulation. That's an easy 15 million dollars for their state.
This is a great post... thank you! Anyone have simular intel for other states offering non-resident CCW's worth acquiring? (FL, OR, and ...?) The steps, contact info, requirements, etc...

In OR on business every few months, certainly can do in person once I know what to do/what to bring/where to go. Rarely in FL, but want the reciprocity if easy to get CCW...

Open to as much feedback as I can get!
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This is a great post... thank you! Anyone have simular intel for other states offering non-resident CCW's worth acquiring? (FL, OR, and ...?) The steps, contact info, requirements, etc...

In OR on business every few months, certainly can do in person once I know what to do/what to bring/where to go. Rarely in FL, but want the reciprocity if easy to get CCW...

Open to as much feedback as I can get!
No sure about FL, but UT, NV, OR, WA are pretty easy to acquire. UT can be done via Mail, but only with a training course. NV has to be done in- person (both training and application).... OR, WA have to be done in-person, however, they require minimal training which can be done online (for OR). Good luck!
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AZ has got to be the easiest one to get.

FL requires a notary when signing the form.

AZ was really simple.
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In reality, getting a Utah, or AZ CCW is not necessary if one has a CA CCW, and a FL CCW. So, one can save some money by just getting the FL CCW on top of the CA CCW and then one is good to go.
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Think UT gets you MN and WA. CA & FL do not. AZ gets you special carry rules while in their state.
Actually, if you add Utah to CA+FL you gain both MN & WA plus WI....so that's three states with one permit and the Utah permit renewal is $15 for five years!
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This thread should also be moved to the Non-California Forum....
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This thread should also be moved to the Non-California Forum....
Sorry about the placement of it. Difficult on my phone to find the various topic, sub-topic, sub-sub-topic.
I'm also glad, and surprised, at the volume of attention it has received.
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Actually, if you add Utah to CA+FL you gain both MN & WA plus WI....so that's three states with one permit and the Utah permit renewal is $15 for five years!
The only thing that the FL permit gets you that the UT and AZ permits won't is FL. And it costs more than the others. I have the paperwork for it, but I didn't bother to apply for it, as Florida is not on my travel plans in the near future. So spending a more than $100 to get a permit that only gains me one more state isn't all that cost effective. I would rather take that money and go hit one of the places in Vegas that offers Nevada permits. I end up going there much more often.

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I would bet that the idea of us in California getting a FL CCW was planted by the CCW instructors that ar making money off of it.
Otherwise AZ is just fine.
And a lot closer to visit.
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The only thing that the FL permit gets you that the UT and AZ permits won't is FL. And it costs more than the others. I have the paperwork for it, but I didn't bother to apply for it, as Florida is not on my travel plans in the near future. So spending a more than $100 to get a permit that only gains me one more state isn't all that cost effective. I would rather take that money and go hit one of the places in Vegas that offers Nevada permits. I end up going there much more often.

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Bingo! As I have posted elsewhere, the ideal non-resident combo is Arizona + Utah....Florida is expensive and adds nothing to this combo other than Florida and even then, the only reason for a Florida permit is because they will NOT honor any of our non-resident permits!

So pass on the Florida permit unless you NEED coverage for Florida! And to further add to this entire issue, after Arizona + Utah, no other permit will add multiple states, each subsequent permit after Arizona + Utah will ONLY add that specific state, for example: FL, NV, OR, ME....

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Received my permit today, 4 weeks to the day from mailing it out to receiving permit in mail!
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Received my permit today, 4 weeks to the day from mailing it out to receiving permit in mail!


Congratulations on the long awaited permit!

Did USPS get you the refund yet or is that process still "in process"?

Anyway, glad to see you finally got the permit...sorry you had the added grief/delay with the first attempt.

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So if I didn't want to go through the motions of getting a permit, I can still drive over there and conceal carry out and about right?
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So if I didn't want to go through the motions of getting a permit, I can still drive over there and conceal carry out and about right?
I am pretty sure you can conceal or open carry.
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