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 on: July 13, 2018, 03:08:49 AM 
Started by dtimpe - Last post by Clarence
I never told my references why I was applying for a permit and they all answered "No" to that question. I waited all of 19 days for my permit to arrive. Smiley
Yes.  I think they do no more than run an NCIC check on them. I know a guy who got several retired police and a fire chief.  He thought it would impress the AGs office. His license took 2 months longer than mine and I just had guys from work.  

I really think it’s just who’s desk it lands on and how busy they are.

Law just requires “respectable citizens “. That could be a retired policeman, a plumber or a janitor.

 on: July 13, 2018, 01:49:38 AM 
Started by dtimpe - Last post by lynch
 I never told my references why I was applying for a permit and they all answered "No" to that question. I waited all of 19 days for my permit to arrive. Smiley

 on: July 12, 2018, 06:39:19 AM 
Started by dtimpe - Last post by SturmRugerSR9
Sending an extra reference person not a bad idea. When I got my DECCW years ago, I sent in and extra reference because one of my neighbor/references was going to be in Florida for a while that winter, and I was afraid that they would kick my application due to not being able to make contact with the reference. I had known all but one of my references 20+ years, except one, I had known and worked with for 5 years. He was a local Fire Chief and business owner.

 on: July 11, 2018, 08:28:11 AM 
Started by dtimpe - Last post by josephjanes
You want the best references possible, of course, so you may be uncomfortable asking them if they have a criminal record before handing them the form !! I actually submitted six references, in case one got kicked out for some reason I was not aware of.  Notarized NOT required.

 on: July 11, 2018, 08:17:26 AM 
Started by dataz722 - Last post by josephjanes
As promised, I found the business cards of 2A attorneys I met at 2016 DASAL seminar. Brian Tome (Silverside Rd. , Wilm. 302-478-1113, and Michael Morton (Kennett Pike, Greenville 302-426-1313).
Again, not an endorsement or solicitation, just info on lawyers who specialize in 2A issued, such as CDW license applications, expungements, etc. to clear a record.
FYI - At this conference, Superior Court Judge William Witham spoke. Relating to the application question ( and also for your references) "Reason for Application (Be VERY specific"), Judge Witham advised the attorneys applicants should just simply recite what is in DE Title 11, sec. (a)(2)... "for the protection of the applicant (i.e. 'myself') or the applicant's (i.e. 'my') property, or both". Judge Witham recounted applications he had reviewed where the applicant went into great detail about night deposits of cash, including days of the week and dollar amounts, or specific Wilm. city streets they drove after dark, etc. He advised the attorneys present that this level of detail was unnecessary. My own experience, following the advice of my CDW course instructor in 2010, was that I put for 'Reason for Application' : " For the protection of myself, my family, and my property". Also have your references put this same, simple statement on their form(s). I was approved , no problem, with this statement.
It may also be helpful for you to fill-in your name , address for your reference, before you give them form, so info matches exactly with your application. For example, I go by my middle name, and my references were surprised that I had a different 'legal' 1st name !!

 on: July 09, 2018, 04:36:06 PM 
Started by ptlion - Last post by ptlion
I just got my Kydex IWB holster.  I thought I'd have an issue with full size weapon and my acquired gut.  For appendix carry, this is really comfortable and barely prints at all!  Not bad for first try at IWB holsters.  Now I just need my permit and I'm set!!!!

 on: July 07, 2018, 08:53:42 AM 
Started by dataz722 - Last post by josephjanes
Sen. Anthony DelCollo (R-Elsmere), attorney, may be able to help anyone in this situation, or refer you to 2A attorney. He's pro-2A.  I attended a DASAL conference 3-4 years ago. I'll try to find business cards of other 2A attorneys. My takeaway was that it's better to engage the attorney before application for CDW license. And one who specializes in 2A and Constitutional law, not a general practitioner.
 Google 'DASAL' Fifth Annual Seminar, Oct. 19, 2018, see Pres. Brian Gottesman, Esq., firm of Berger & Harris, 1105 N. Market St., Wilm., DE. NOT an endorsement or solicitation, just info for you to start your search for attorney ! See Also 4th and 3rd Annual DASAL Seminars list of speakers. Outstanding !

 on: July 07, 2018, 08:09:29 AM 
Started by josephjanes - Last post by josephjanes
What is numbering system used for DE CCW License?  1st letter appears to be county (N, K, S), then year of issue (e.g. 18) then is it sequentially numbered i.e latest license # is total for that county only, or is it a state-wide total ? Any idea of # licenses by County, and state-wide total ? Thanks !!

 on: July 05, 2018, 05:37:41 AM 
Started by ptlion - Last post by Redden Rooster
Radnor is right on. I carry a beretta apx in a owb.  The only person to notice is a friend who knew I carry. Wear a loose button up shirt, all good.

 on: July 04, 2018, 08:05:32 PM 
Started by freakinNATO - Last post by Trapper
nice are you in the sussex area? IDPA sounds cool.. never did it before.

Welcome, I just became a member at Bridgeville last November. Im not allowed to sponsor or have guests until after one year. You could always go to one of the IDPA matches and meet some of the guys and gals there. They shoot on Wednesday’s and the first and third Saturday of the month.

8:15 am - First time visitors to Bridgeville must attend a short safety and range protocol briefing
8:30 am - Registration/Check-In
9:15 am - Hammer Down
Registration Fee: $5.00

No, I’m from Dover. IDPA is a lot of fun. They are a really good bunch at bridgeville. You have to be a member of the NRA and DSSA to join, although I encourage you to join those two organizations anyway.

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