In November of 2016 my mother let me pick out a pistol at the local gun shop. I gave all my information and everything she simply paid for it. I was 28 at the time and within 15 minutes I had my very first pistol ( not the first firearm I bought). In February of 2017 I went to the county sheriff's office and applied for my concealed carry permit. They informed me to come back on a specific date and I did. I got there all excited only for them to say I was denied. I proceeded to ask the officer why and he said I would receive a letter telling my why I was denied because he was unable to tell me in person he said. After 3 weeks I still had not received the letter so I called the sheriff's office and they said we will try to send it again. Another week went by before I got a letter from them, I opened it up to only find a challenge paper to fill out and send back in. They had not told me the reason why I was denied like they said they would. Well in that time of all that waiting I had moved, so I did not fill out the challenge paper since I had a new residence. May anyone have knowledge about denials as in do they actually tell you why you were denied and also does anyone know what I should do now about applying again. Do I need to start from the beginning because I have moved or would I still be sending in the challenge form?