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Smokle
07-09-2007, 07:11
I just recently bought a handgun from the gunshow which just passed, i am wanting to get info reguarding what i need to do to get a CCW permit, where to go to get the required training? costs? hard to get? time it takes... etc.. any help would be great, i am in the Kenner area..,

jurisglock
07-09-2007, 09:42
Originally posted by Smokle

what i need to do to get a CCW permit

Download an application from the Louisiana State Police (http://www.lsp.org/handguns.html) website. You can follow the exact process here (http://www.lsp.org/handguns.html#apply).


where to go to get the required training

Here's a list (http://www.lsp.org/handguns.html#Instructors) of the licensed trainers in the state, but you'd have an easier time just doing the class at Shooter's Club (http://www.shootersclub.com/). It's given every Saturday, but call on Wednesday/Thursday just to make sure that there's room available for you. Shooter's is located on David Drive just north of Airline Highway. The sign reads "Jefferson Gun Outlet" or something similar.


costs

Ages 21 - 64
$50 for a two-year permit.
$100 for a four-year permit.

65 Years of Age or Older
$25 for a two-year permit.
$50 for a four-year permit.

Training classes tend to run ~$100, regardless.


hard to get

No, assuming you've got a clear background with no history of mental illness, criminal activity, or medical issues.


time it takes

Application will probably take you a couple of hours to fill out. It asks for old addresses, etc.

The training class is about 8 hours, mostly classroom, with qualifying time on the range.

The wait after submitting the application + training certificate is something like a month.


i am in the Kenner area

Excellent. I'm in NOLA, but always good to hear of another good guy carrying. :thumbsup:

Smokle
07-09-2007, 10:11
thanks for the info posted, i know where shooters is, also i have a clear background, no illness or anything in that matter, few loose screws in the head but isnt everyone? nah no mental illness, i'll be moving close to N.O. soon, moving to Lakeveiw area

jurisglock
07-10-2007, 09:40
Originally posted by Smokle
i'll be moving close to N.O. soon, moving to Lakeveiw area

Glad to hear it. Lakeview could use some new residents. Good folks out there, but they need more bodies to help bring the area back.

atimetobuild
07-11-2007, 02:07
Visit http://louisianacarry.org and click on "Permits." We tried to make it as clear and simple as possible. Even made a printable list of what you will need to mail.

Smokle
07-12-2007, 08:09
Originally posted by atimetobuild
Visit http://louisianacarry.org and click on "Permits." We tried to make it as clear and simple as possible. Even made a printable list of what you will need to mail.

thanks.