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Thread: Rolling your own prints for a Form 1

  1. #11
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    Has anyone gotten rejected for their prints being bad?

    I mean, they’d have to be really screwed up for that. Rolling your own is pretty easy.

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    Negative. But then, I'm a professional.

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    local police departments will usually print for free (at least in pa)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockhill12 View Post
    local police departments will usually print for free (at least in pa)
    Mine would not (upper uwchlan twp in Pa). They sent me to the ups store and they no longer do it so it was easier to just roll my own.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockhill12 View Post
    local police departments will usually print for free (at least in pa)
    We have no local PD in our township, and the state police wanted to charge us 40 dollars per person on the trust. My wife and I rolled our own for her E-File form 1 as an experiment and a number of the prints looked unacceptable in my opinion, but the form 1 was still approved in 35 days. I've seen people on other forums state that they seem to be getting a lot less picky about prints. Perhaps it's a thing for people who already have prints on file for previous approvals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockhill12 View Post
    local police departments will usually print for free (at least in pa)
    My sheriff's department charged $5 for as many as you wanted to print. Then we got a new sheriff and he wanted $15 per card. I asked for a meeting with him. They called me back and said that they'd print as many card as I had for the $15. After that, I decided to make the effort to do my own.

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