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    Hey folks! While researching my Utah non-res permit, I discovered thatUtah has a listof out of state instructors whose training they accept.

    Here's their Concealed Firearms Permit page: http://bci.utah.gov/CFP/CFPHome.html

    Also, attached is the list of out of state Utah Instructors.Get a course by one of them, send in the complete application with fingerprint cards and paymentand you're good to go!

    On the list of Utah out-of-state instructors, under VIRGINIA, you'll find our very own Philip Van Cleve (VCDLPresident), VCDL EM Bruce Jackson and VCDL Treasurer Kenneth Elliot!

    EDIT: I just spoke to EM Bruce Jackson and he DOES still do training for both Virginia AND Utah (alternating weekends), so if you're in NOVA and interested in training for either (or BOTH),contact Bruce!

    EDIT 2: Philip still does UTAH training as well!
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    Who'd have thunk it. Small world. So howz Nevada, Bob. Did you get whacked bythe earthquake the other day?

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    Utah is a great permit to have. Less expensive than Florida, almost the same coverage, and I believe now has reciprocity with Nevada as well (Vegas, Baby?).

    The processing time has been running over their advertised window (60 days?) because of the demand for them.

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    I've emailed Bruce twice, one time I got a response but he never mentioned when he was going to be doing the Utah classes again. I was pretty disappointed as I want to do my x-Country motorcycle trip with my firearm and the Utah permit would make it easier.

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    DoubleR wrote:
    Who'd have thunk it. Small world. So howz Nevada, Bob. Did you get whacked bythe earthquake the other day?
    Nevada is great and Reno is really cool. The people are friendly and it really is like a small town here. Nah, the quake was in NE Nevada in Wells, about 350 miles from here. We did get about 4 in of snow last night though!



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    I've emailed Bruce twice, one time I got a response but he never mentioned when he was going to be doing the Utah classes again. I was pretty disappointed as I want to do my x-Country motorcycle trip with my firearm and the Utah permit would make it easier.
    eyesopened, PM sent.

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    eyesopened wrote:
    I've emailed Bruce twice, one time I got a response but he never mentioned when he was going to be doing the Utah classes again. I was pretty disappointed as I want to do my x-Country motorcycle trip with my firearm and the Utah permit would make it easier.
    Bruce is really good about getting back to folks . I know...I am Bruce:P.



    :celebrateSend a note to 4permits@gmail.com and I will send you a schedule.:celebrate



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    Yup, I remember taking my basic pistol course from you at Shooters before they went up in flames. Looks like I'll be available for the March class. I'll need to look at a few things but you'll be hearing from me in a few days

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    zoom6zoom wrote:
    Utah is a great permit to have. Less expensive than Florida, almost the same coverage, and I believe now has reciprocity with Nevada as well (Vegas, Baby?).

    The processing time has been running over their advertised window (60 days?) because of the demand for them.
    Both Florida and Utah now have reciprocity with Nevada, but Utah's permitalso covers you in Minnesota and Washington, neither of which has reciprocity with Florida.
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    WVCDL wrote:
    Both Florida and Utah now have reciprocity with Nevada, but Utah's permitalso covers you in Minnesota and Washington, neither of which has reciprocity with Florida.
    And the UT renewal is only $10!:celebrate

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    I wish I knew about your classes BEFORE I left VA!

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    Hey just an update this is still going on. My father in law and I are going, I can bring 2 more in my car from the Centreville area. PM me an let me know if your interesed.



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    If you mean the Utah class - yes it is. It would be nice to recruit a couple more folks though!

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    Thanks Mr. Pourshot for providing the class. My father-in-law and I had a great time and I thought it was well worth the investment.

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    Thank you for the kind words. I wish I could do it more often, but I just cannot seem to find the right (say cheap) way to advertise.

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    Try Craigs list!

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    1 response in 6 weeks and they never came to a class...

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    Have you put flyers at Gilberts and other ranges? Dawsons and other stores?

    I want to take the class. Can you send me a schedule, please? Your other half has my e-mail address.
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    Gilbert's has, or at least had,someone there that does it. I do not think they would appreciate the competition. I have run cards up to Dawson's on several occasions. They have produced 2 students.



    I will keep you posted on the upcoming classes. I need to pick some dates for the next 2 or three months.

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    Does Utah have a time period to issue like VA's 45 day limit?



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    les_aker wrote:
    Does Utah have a time period to issue like VA's 45 day limit?
    They have a 60 day goal, but they have been passing that based on the volume of non-resident permits. I just got an email from a prior student. She got her Utah permit in 2.5 months. From her email...

    "Just wanted to let you know that my Utah permit came yesterday. I was charged on 2/16, so it took less than 2 mos from date of charge. It took them 2 weeks from mailing to charge me, so the whole process took 2.5 months."

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    Because some of you have asked - here is the post that went out for the next class...



    Hey all!

    The April Classes were great! From the comments I have received everyone had a great time. (now I am wondering if they have signed up for the VA Alert yet!)

    Looking at the calender and trying to figure out how the summer is going to play out, I have decided to schedule just one set of classes for the time being. That is in early June.

    If you, or someone you know, wants in please let me know as soon as possible.

    If you want a safety class for any reason to include applying for a Permit to Carry a Concealed Handgun in Virginia, you only need to attend one 6 hour class. If you want a Utah Concealed Firearm Permit you only need to attend one DIFFERENT 6 hour class.

    Virginia (Saturday class)
    2008 – June 7th 10AM to 5PM (lunch 1PM to 2PM (approximately))

    To sign up for the Utah class it is requested that you either HAVE a permit from your home state or at least currently QUALIFY for a Virginia permit. Also note that there IS a range requirement for the Utah Class.

    Utah (Sunday class)
    2008 – June 8th Noon to 6PM (no lunch)

    Classes are held in the North Stafford area at a couple of different locations. A couple of days before the class, directions will be provided to those who have registered,

    The cost is $100.00 (cash) paid the day of the class.

    However, prepayment (check received at least 7 calendar days prior to the class / Money Order received at least 3 calendar days prior to the class) gets you a $25.00 discount on the course fee, a nicer printed certificate instead of a hand written one, and a guaranteed seat in the class.

    To prepay send an email so we will know to expect something from you and include answers to the questions below.

    Then send a check or money order to:

    Bruce Jackson
    PO Box 397
    Garrisonville, VA 22463

    Include a note with:
    Name, as you want it on the certificate
    Address
    Best phone number
    Best email address
    Basic description of shooting experience
    The date of the class you wish to take.
    Basic description of what you would like to learn/cover
    How you found out about the class

    AND---IF YOU WANT TO TAKE A UTAH CLASS…
    Do you have a 9mm or 38 special gun and ammo to use?
    Or do you need to rent it ($15 extra)?
    And will you be needing fingerprint cards ($1 extra)?

    A confirmation email will be sent to you when payment is received.

    Class sizes will be limited based on the size of the room.

    If you have any questions please drop me an email and include your phone number and best time(s) to call. It is usually easier then typing.

    Also, if the dates I set are not convenient for you, please consider getting a group together. We can negotiate the date, place, and costs.

    Thanks,

    Bruce Jackson
    NRA / BCI Certified Instructor
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    pourshot wrote:
    They have a 60 day goal, but they have been passing that based on the volume of non-resident permits.
    Mine went to the USPO today. We'll see how well they do on the goal.

    I'm still getting things together to do the MA non-res.

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