Good Deal for Veterans

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bizarrenormality
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Re: Good Deal for Veterans

Postby bizarrenormality » Mon Dec 09, 2013 8:29 pm

Aren't special interest groups great?

no quoting as an early Christmas gift to abraham :biggrinjester:
"Also if you can not be trusted with a pistol after a few drinks you can't be trusted with a pistol period. Booze is liquid bad judgment no doubt but it shouldn't make you into a darn moron. If you are a moron sober I don't know what to tell you." - BurnedOutLEO


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Re: Good Deal for Veterans

Postby Rick1957 » Mon Dec 30, 2013 1:20 am

I only paid 27 dollars for my chl. I notice on the first page someone said 70 dollars. It is only 27 dollars for Honorable discharge or retired military.

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Re: Good Deal for Veterans

Postby jmra » Mon Dec 30, 2013 8:56 am

Rick1957 wrote:I only paid 27 dollars for my chl. I notice on the first page someone said 70 dollars. It is only 27 dollars for Honorable discharge or retired military.

Actually it's $25. I guess they charge a $2 fee now if you pay online instead of sending a check.
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