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bravorigging 07-04-2012 06:00

OHIO ccw
 
I recently applied for my license and wanted tell how easy and pleasant it was.I live in Stark county and after doing some research found out that they are not for the ccw so I am told.They are taking just about the max time aloud to issue.I ended up going one county west to Wayne county called to make appointment,spoke with Beth, she was very pleasant and helpful to talk with told me everything I needed to bring and to bring a self addressed envelope.Was not sure why I needed the envelope but took it anyway.Showed up twenty minutes before scheduled time, they took me in early was out before my scheduled time,this was a Thursday received my license in the mail the next Tuesday!!! WOW Thanks to all of the officers at Wayne county for an exceptional job and experience.:wavey:

smokin762 07-04-2012 08:44

Congrats on the CCW.:wavey:

I am in the first year group. Every renewal will be a first for the state and me. :supergrin:

cowboy1964 07-05-2012 00:25

I did not know they could mail them out. I had to pick up mine at the county jail where they take the applications (I'm in Summit County).

bravorigging 07-05-2012 03:47

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Originally Posted by cowboy1964 (Post 19164079)
I did not know they could mail them out. I had to pick up mine at the county jail where they take the applications (I'm in Summit County).

how long did it take to process?

Gen4 Fan 08-14-2012 16:46

I live in Lorain County and the wait for an application appointment was 2 1/2 months.

In Huron County, I couldn't even contact the ONE person in charge.

You can apply in an adjacent county to your own. I'm not sure if you can apply if you are not adjacent.

Some counties really make it difficult. We are a "Shall Issue" state, but local politics
can be a PITA.

I went to Erie County in Sandusky and the lady was fantastic. They take applications M-F 9-5 or something like that. Just walk in.

I had mine in 9 (nine) days.

Pauliec 08-14-2012 18:13

Hamilton county
 
I have an appointment this coming Monday. They were friendly enough on the phone. Hoping it goes quickly!

Gen4 Fan 08-14-2012 18:23

The best of luck.

cowboy1964 08-14-2012 18:24

The Summit County Sheriff is no fan of CCW but my CHL didn't take but a few weeks. Can't recall exactly how long but it wasn't bad.

smokin762 08-15-2012 16:26

Quote:

Originally Posted by cowboy1964 (Post 19308042)
The Summit County Sheriff is no fan of CCW but my CHL didn't take but a few weeks. Can't recall exactly how long but it wasn't bad.


The Sheriff’s Office has a required time line they have to meet that is in the CCW Law here in Ohio.

None of the Sheriff’s need to be a fan of the CCW Law. However, they do need to obey the CCW Law. Sheriff McFail of Cuyahoga County learned the hard way when he was taken to court over it.

fairtomidland 08-15-2012 16:43

If you are in Summit County they take along time, I heard at least a month after you go there. So I was advised to go to Portage County, I had to wait 2 weeks for the appt. but recieved it in the mail exactly 1 week later.

Quack 08-15-2012 16:47

Geauga took 4 days total. I dropped my application off on a Saturday, it was ready on Tuesday and I picked it up the following Saturday. This was a few years ago, so I don't know how long the wait is now.

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LSglock89 08-20-2012 22:00

When I got mine I just stuck with my home county (Richland) and I applied on a Thursday morning...received a call from the Sheriff early Friday morning saying I was good to go, but I had to wait till Monday because no one was in the office on Fridays for me to pick it up.

Pauliec 08-21-2012 08:37

had the appointment at hamilton county yesterday.....they were all very pleasant. she came and got me early and I was out the door inside of 15 minutes. not bad at all. now hoping it gets processed quickly!

NEOH212 08-22-2012 02:17

Quote:

Originally Posted by cowboy1964 (Post 19164079)
I did not know they could mail them out. I had to pick up mine at the county jail where they take the applications (I'm in Summit County).

It was the same for me here in Columbiana county. I didn't know they mailed them out either! :dunno:

That's news to me!

00Glazz 12-13-2012 13:56

I lived in Stark county when I got mine, back in 2007. I applied for it on a Thursday, got it a week and 4 days later on a Monday. I was lucky mine didn't take so long. I had heard that SCSO waits until the absolute limit to issue them.

I live in Wayne county now, Mr. Maurer and the new Sheriff Mr. Hutchinson are pretty good family friends and are definitely for CCW/NRA! :)

brownsbacker 02-07-2013 10:28

My sister in law lives in lake county and got hers the same day. It took about 1 1/2 hours.

cowboywannabe 02-07-2013 11:14

when i policed in ohio prior to the ccw law none of the troops who pinched somebody for improper transportation of a firearm could get a conviction in the southeastern counties....the judges just didnt go for that crap.

i imagine that if youre in a rural county the ccw process is considerably faster and less b.s. than an urban county.

gocubs6 02-07-2013 13:51

I'm in Franklin (Columbus) and it literally took 2 or 3 days. I was shocked how fast they called me.

1canvas 04-16-2013 15:46

Quote:

Originally Posted by cowboy1964 (Post 19308042)
The Summit County Sheriff is no fan of CCW but my CHL didn't take but a few weeks. Can't recall exactly how long but it wasn't bad.

we have a new sheriff in Summit County and I'm not sure what his position on ccw is. I just went last week for my second renewal and no appointment was needed. they told me I would be called inside of three weeks to pick up my permit.

mojohanna 04-16-2013 16:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by smokin762 (Post 19311259)
The Sheriff’s Office has a required time line they have to meet that is in the CCW Law here in Ohio.

None of the Sheriff’s need to be a fan of the CCW Law. However, they do need to obey the CCW Law. Sheriff McFail of Cuyahoga County learned the hard way when he was taken to court over it.

Go figure, its Cuyahoga. That is the largest blue patch in OH.

shatteringstar 04-16-2013 17:41

Quote:

Originally Posted by Pauliec (Post 19331279)
had the appointment at hamilton county yesterday.....they were all very pleasant. she came and got me early and I was out the door inside of 15 minutes. not bad at all. now hoping it gets processed quickly!

ive had similar luck in Hamilton county. my license was ready in 3 days.

BIGBILL105 45 06-23-2013 19:37

Got mine in Clermont county. Smooth process, took 16 days I believe.

windancr 06-23-2013 20:09

Clermont county was where I got mine. Only because the Hamilton county sheriff's office is downtown, and I didn't want to drive downtown.
Clermont people were really nice. Got license very quickly, but don't remember how long it too. Was out of state when it arrived.
:cowboy:

BIGBILL105 45 06-23-2013 20:40

Quote:

Originally Posted by windancr (Post 20397888)
Clermont county was where I got mine. Only because the Hamilton county sheriff's office is downtown, and I didn't want to drive downtown.
Clermont people were really nice. Got license very quickly, but don't remember how long it too. Was out of state when it arrived.
:cowboy:

I got mine in the beginning of October 2012 I believe. It may of been late September, so it was before all the scares from the shootings. They have a much longer wait currently I heard. Did you go to the Sheriff's office in Batavia?

windancr 06-23-2013 23:49

Quote:

Originally Posted by BIGBILL105 45 (Post 20397972)
I got mine in the beginning of October 2012 I believe. It may of been late September, so it was before all the scares from the shootings. They have a much longer wait currently I heard. Did you go to the Sheriff's office in Batavia?

yes, the sheriff's office in Batavia. Really nice people there.
They all knew what they were doing, and what was needed for the license. Called before going there, and was given a list of what was needed to take with me.

Filled out paper work there, went to the jail building across road, (parking lots,) and got fingerprinted.
Then back to Sheriff's office to turn in the fingerprint cards.
About two weeks later they called and said to come in and pick up the license.

The longest wait was at the jail. Had to wait while they printed and processed people in and out of the jail.
That was interesting and educational to observe.

Took the training class in Milford. Excellent instructors.
They were current LEO's and/or military, also NRA instructors.


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