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biggl35
03-20-2007, 15:59
Well, my old 4yr permit will expire in about 3 months, so I need to get the skinny on the lifetime permit.

Cost?
Acceptable form of payment?

I am taking friday off work and need to go down town any way to get some form 4's signed-off and some FBI/ATF print cards done. So I figured I might as well get the permit taken care of too.


Also, when I get all that done, I plan to hit the range. I have heard some good things about the Brookeville DNR range, anybody got directions?

fire1035
03-20-2007, 16:09
Being a Speedway resident I had to goto SPD to get mine done. I went in gave them $50 (cash only non-refundable) for the permit fee. They filled everything out then I had to come back the next day for fingerprinting. After that I had to get the form notarized, and mail it along with a postal money order/cashier's check for $75 to the state in the envelope provided (2 stamps please!). Other than that you just sit around a nd twiddle your thumbs waiting for it to show up. Someone the other day said their's arrived 63 days after they sent it so maybe things are looking up. I'll let you know if mine arrives in the next 23 days or not.:rofl:

KSFreeman
03-21-2007, 05:30
Smart move starting early. My expires in October of this year and I'll be getting my lifetime in April.

minuteman32
03-21-2007, 11:11
I applied the 1st of Jan. & just got mine in the mail yesterday. Right @ 10 weeks (4 weeks quicker than the ISP said)!

As I recall, it was $40 to the locals (cash) & $60 to the state (M.O./Certified Check).

If your forms need notarized, bring them Thurs. evening & I'll do it for you.

biggl35
03-21-2007, 13:09
I dont even have the application to fill it out.:sad: I have just been too busy to pick one up.

I will pick one up Friday and take it accross the street and have one of the bail bonds companies type it up and notarize it.

So the total fees are $40 in cash and $60 on a money order?

Thanks fellas.

fire1035
03-21-2007, 14:13
Originally posted by biggl35
I dont even have the application to fill it out.:sad: I have just been too busy to pick one up.

I will pick one up Friday and take it accross the street and have one of the bail bonds companies type it up and notarize it.

So the total fees are $40 in cash and $60 on a money order?

Thanks fellas.

That's what the above says. Mine was $50 and $75. The permit itself says $75 for the lifetime. It may be less since you already hold a permit though I cannot remember.

R. Emmelman
03-21-2007, 14:38
Hope this helps.

IMPD Fee schedule (http://www.indygov.org/eGov/IMPD/Services/Citizen/firearm-permits.htm)

biggl35
03-21-2007, 14:53
Thanks Rich, that is exactly what I was looking for.

That link says that you can apply for renewal, no sooner than 60 days before expiration of your old carry permit.

I thought that time frame had been increased to 180 days?


Where the hell is rhino when you need him.

Jwatts02
03-21-2007, 15:49
Do you have to wait till your permit expires to get the lifetime? I just got mine last year, but would definately pay the money for the lifetime. Just incase they decide to do away with it.

Josh

minuteman32
03-21-2007, 18:39
You can apply 180 days before your current permit expires. There seems to be a little catch, though. If you apply w/ in 30 days of expiration & your permit expires before you get your new one, you can still carry on your expired permit AND your application for renewal. It has not been determined if you apply 31-180 days prior to expiration & you don't get your new permit prior to the expiration of your old one, if you can carry on the expired permit & renewal application. I think it depends on the officer/prosecutor in that area, though.

biggl35
03-22-2007, 10:23
Originally posted by Jwatts02
Do you have to wait till your permit expires to get the lifetime? I just got mine last year, but would definately pay the money for the lifetime. Just incase they decide to do away with it.

Josh

Josh, I just confirmed that you can apply for renewal 180 days before the expiration date of your current CCW permit. So, if you still have a few years left on your current CCW permit, you will have to wait.

Jwatts02
03-22-2007, 19:39
Well looks like I have a few more years before I can do the lifetime.
Thanks for clarification.
Josh

S.Winger
03-23-2007, 10:26
I mailed my lifetime permit out on Jan 12 and received it yesterday March 22 (10 weeks).

swinger

KSFreeman
03-23-2007, 11:30
Cool, down to 2 months.:)

I'll apply for one in April. If this holds I'll have my lifetime in June.:thumbsup: