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Thread: Truth or dare, from Connecticut, 'NRA Pistol Course EXPIRATION?'

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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
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    every instructor I have ever discussed this with says they are not valid after one year.
    Of course. Repeat business is good business.
    Yes. As the lifestyle value of their dollar decreases the so will the duration of the validity.

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    Is this relevant to Wisconsin? It's not even accurate pertaining to Connecticut. The CT Board of Firearms Permit Examiners states:

    "There is no expiration date on NRA training certificates. CGS 29-28 states only that the applicant must successfully complete an approved course of training. The NRA site discusses the only certifications with expirations are for instructors."
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    The discussion is relevant, the disinformation is relevant, the dismissal is relevant and the divisiveness is relevant. One of the challenges here is the narrow parochial view enjoyed by so many.

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    The one thing we can agree on is that you're challenged by a narrow parochial (a bit redundant, isn't it?) view.

    What is relevant is that this is a prime example of what anti-gunners do:

    1) Find some false, inaccurate, or otherwise misleading information. (That the completion certificate for an NRA course has an expiration date.)
    2) Don't bother to verify, correct or report it in it's full context. (The correct information was posted in the Connecticut forum, yet you omitted it.)
    3) Add a spin to it and repeat it in order to further an agenda. (To disparage the NRA at every opportunity.)


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    10 years ago , when I lived in Connecticut, and went through the process of getting a permit, You had to have taken the class within a year, That was VERY CLEARLY stated in the instruction process, To the point that I had a friend get denied after he applied 18 months after his class........ and had to take another one.





    Has this changed since then? I don't know, probably 7 years ago theysomewhat changed the process in Connecticut on how to obtain permits, it may have beendone away with then, looks like it from shotguns post.But at one point it was the truth.

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