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 Sat., 11/19, Utah Concealed Carry Class, $85, Tyson's Corner, 11AM-3PM
vans40  [Member]
10/21/2011 7:14:40 PM
This class includes the Utah mandated fingerprinting (no trudging off to a police dept. and paying extra) and an addressed envelope, you bring a copy of your drivers license and VA CHP (if applicable), a passport size photo and two stamps and you're ready to drop it in the mail!

Utah now requires that if you are a resident of a "shall issue" State (VA is, MD & DC are not) you must have a home State concealed carry permit in order to obtain a Utah Permit. If you do not already have a VA permit I will provide a certificate that meets VA's requirements for training.

Class starts at 11AM and runs approx. 4 hours. This is a classroom only course and we require that you already be familiar with handguns to attend. This is not an auditorium full of people where you get lost in a crowd. These classes are small and individualized.

NOTE: Wisconsin has just announced that they now recognize Utah permits but, at this time, do not recognize VA permits.

For more information go to: www.utahconcealedcarryclass.com
sterling18  [Team Member]
11/5/2011 2:23:36 PM
VANS40

If you teach in any location that does not have any type of reciprocity with Utah, formal or informal, you don't need a local one.

http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/documents/MTC20115162011.pdf


If a non-resident applicant is from a state that either has a formal reciprocity agreement or recognizes the Utah permit, the applicant must hold and provide proof of a current concealed firearm or concealed weapon permit issued through their state of residency upon application for the Utah concealed firearm permit.

This change will not affect those applicants who reside in a state that does not have formal reciprocity or recognition with Utah, i.e. California, New York, Kansas, etc.

Such as;


vans40  [Member]
11/5/2011 5:24:38 PM
Originally Posted By sterling18:
VANS40

If you teach in any location that does not have any type of reciprocity with Utah, formal or informal, you don't need a local one.

http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/documents/MTC20115162011.pdf


If a non-resident applicant is from a state that either has a formal reciprocity agreement or recognizes the Utah permit, the applicant must hold and provide proof of a current concealed firearm or concealed weapon permit issued through their state of residency upon application for the Utah concealed firearm permit.

This change will not affect those applicants who reside in a state that does not have formal reciprocity or recognition with Utah, i.e. California, New York, Kansas, etc.

Such as;




You are correct. For this area that generally means states that are not "shall issue" such as Maryland and D.C.
sterling18  [Team Member]
11/5/2011 7:22:42 PM

Originally Posted By vans40:
Originally Posted By sterling18:
VANS40

If you teach in any location that does not have any type of reciprocity with Utah, formal or informal, you don't need a local one.

http://publicsafety.utah.gov/bci/documents/MTC20115162011.pdf


If a non-resident applicant is from a state that either has a formal reciprocity agreement or recognizes the Utah permit, the applicant must hold and provide proof of a current concealed firearm or concealed weapon permit issued through their state of residency upon application for the Utah concealed firearm permit.

This change will not affect those applicants who reside in a state that does not have formal reciprocity or recognition with Utah, i.e. California, New York, Kansas, etc.

Such as;




You are correct. For this area that generally means states that are not "shall issue" such as Maryland and D.C.
Wasn't sure if you were teaching anywhere else it would help out the locals there if you were an instructor in those locations too.

Rock on bro.