Saturday, April 20, 2013

CRACKDOWN!!! JACKSON COUNTY CONCEALED CARRY APPLICATIONS SWITCHED TO APPOINTMENT ONLY!!!



Jackson County gun rules just got a bit more strict.

Take a look . . .

The Jackson County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting Carry Conceal Weapons applications by appointment only starting May 1.

On the bright side . . . Maybe this is not only an opportunity for better spying but also a chance to increase customer service. Think about it: They almost never pick up the phone @ The Courthouse BUT there are so many people who want CCW that the Sheriff's office will be inundated with requests. Either way . . . As gun sales spike across the nation and more people take an interest in protecting AND PRACTICING their gun rights . . . Jackson County is scaling back access for people who want license to carry guns on the street.

DEVELOPING . . . 

9 Comments:

Anonymous said...

No problem. As a now former Peace Love Dove person mugged by reality, I'll gladly do it in person if that's what it takes to protect and inoculate myself from Kansas City's crime epidemic.

Anonymous said...

You re-elected the dummy back into office!

Miss Sweetie Pie said...

Mr. Tony,
It might not be a way to slow down CCW. It might be that the Sheriff's Department is keeping the same hours as Mike Sanders... real limited.

Anonymous said...

I think Jordan is also concealing a pair of 45's too.

Anonymous said...

They have about three seats in the cramped waiting room for ccw processing, and its a slow process. Plus, the whole building is about the size of a card table anyway. There's maybe one guy working one ccw, so I bet they can't get more than 8 done in a day given the pace. It took them every minute of the 30 days or whatever to issue me the paperwork to take to dmv.

Anonymous said...

The hell with Claire McCaskill. She voted FOR Obama's gun control bullshit.

Anonymous said...

gun nut

Anonymous said...

The more legal ccw permits issued the safer we are.

Anonymous said...

It was a pain in the butt to buy a gun in Jackson co. Now I live in Clay Co.