Sheriff's office improves the CCW permit process

2,027 people have applied in Huron County.
Scott Seitz2
Apr 21, 2014


Huron County Sheriff Dane Howard feels recent changes to the Carrying a Concealed Weapon (CCW) permit process should benefit county residents.

There are 2,027 people who have applied for CCW permits in the county.

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It's nice to see so many law abiding people who are ready to defend themselves and other law abiding citizens. Such a great thing!

The Brother

I just renewed mine a few weeks back and was very impressed with the new system! Keep up the good work and carry on!



Dr. Information

I renewed mine as well. Quick and easy.


now if they could get their s*#t together with the search warrant policy.Just cant go knocking down anybodies door. With all the ccw permits one of the pigs might get shot..

shovelhead's picture

I do not have a CCW. I feel it's just a way for them to know where the "rebels" are. I own 14 guns & don't need a permit to defend what's mine. You're right though, one of these days, the guys dressed in black & not announcing themselves clearly are gonna pay the price.


How did the Sheriff's office improve this? Isn't it a Federal issue??