Concealed Weapons Licenses Available In Molino, Warrington; Soon In Marcus Pointe

July 18, 2021

Concealed weapons licenses are available at the Escambia County Tax Collector’s Molino and Warrington offices, and will be coming soon to Marcus Pointe, according to Tax Collector Scott Lunsford.

The concealed weapons licenses will be issued at the Marcus Pointe office, located at 6451 North “W” Street, beginning July 26.

Appointments will be required for concealed weapons services at the Marcus Pointe location. Applicants may visit to schedule an appointment.

In most cases, applicants renewing their concealed weapon license will be able to receive their renewed card the same day upon successful submission of their application. While renewed licenses will be printed in the office, new applications will be submitted to the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services for final approval. The statutory turnaround time for this process is within 90 days.

Applicants for a concealed weapon license should visit for a list of document requirements.


5 Responses to “Concealed Weapons Licenses Available In Molino, Warrington; Soon In Marcus Pointe”

  1. ddb on July 20th, 2021 10:23 am

    how much is the CW license?

  2. Pat on July 19th, 2021 9:38 am

    As a gun owner, I am all for requiring a CC and im am definitely all for the local tax collector offices handling it. We could even add it to people driver licenses instead of a separate card.
    1. It requires people to have basic safety skills.
    2. A drug dealer can find a way to weasel out of drug charges. Its pretty difficult to beat a concealed weapon charge. A permit keeps honest people from accidentally getting hit with it.

    Gun laws are annoying because they are only enforceable after someone commits a crime. For law abiding citizens, its easy enough to stay within the law and letting local tax offices handle it just helps keep legal owners on the right side of the laws.

  3. EMD on July 18th, 2021 9:45 pm

    What Constitutionalist said.

  4. Constitutionalist on July 18th, 2021 1:27 pm

    If the state adopted constitutional carry and respected our second amendment rights we wouldn’t need to put more responsibility on our already business tax collector offices.

  5. Anne on July 18th, 2021 8:15 am

    Scott Lunsford, THANK YOU for making this process Much more Accessable and Easier being LOCAL.
    Renewal same day is GREAT…
    Truly appreciate your office’s professionalism and public focused services.

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