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I used up my last PPP getting a Ruger LCP Max, and have been looking for a decently priced Beretta Bobcat to buy. Not in any hurry, it's something that catches my fancy. Probably a few people have been wondering the same thing as me. Is there a time frame for the potential PPP repeal, if it even happens, or is it better to just go ahead and apply for another couple of PPPs? Personally, I think the background check for the PPP is a solid idea, but it's also a hassle for me to drive down to the busy area in the center of the city, find parking, walk to the courthouse and wait to fill out the paperwork and pay the fee, then walk back to truck and drive home- usually an hour+ of time, and then repeat the same process in a week to pick up the PPPs. So if the PPP law is repealed, it becomes easier for me to make an occasional pistol purchase. Anyone have any thoughts on this? If you don't have a CC, are you waiting out a repeal, expecting it to happen in a certain period, or does it make more sense to go through the hassle of getting a PPP? All I've seen recently is the legislature voted for a repeal in late February. The expectation is it will be vetoed, then sent back and the veto will possibly/likely be overridden by the legislature, but no mention of when.