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    In Washington state, will a bench warrant prevent me from being approved for a concealed pistol license?

    Last edited by Justin; 02-19-2012 at 08:29 PM.

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    If its cancled then i think you have to wait it for some days.

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    You can find more information about Washington State's Concealed handgun laws by visiting our page about that! There are many and varied laws for obtaining a concealed handgun that depend on the state in which you live. For example, Washington State's handgun laws are much more strict than the laws in conservative states like Utah and Wyoming. On the other hand, there is the other extreme which are the handgun laws for states like California and New York which have some of the most strict laws regarding owning or carrying a handgun.

    If you have any questions about the legalities of you carrying a concealed firearm or of your rights regarding obtaining a concealed handgun permit, you may want to first consult with a lawyer specializing in criminal law if there is anything in your background that might potentially prevent you from having the right to carry a weapon in a concealed manner.
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