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    I sent for a non resident info package.I noticed that Conn requires 10 hours of training. Here in S>C> we are required to get 8 hours. However i have had numerous course amount ing to 20 hours or so of training.Would this suffice if I sent proof or does it have to be one course. Tx guys Frank

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    I am a SC resident with a CWP and a CT non-res pistol permit. The process was very easy. I submitted directly to the SLFU a notarized copy of my NRA training certificate, my application (also notarized), a money order for the application fee, a color photocopy of the front and back of my SC CWP and DL, and my fingerprint cards. Within a few weeks I received my CT pistol permit in the mail.

    If you have any questions call the SLFU directly. They're courteous and professional.

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    I'm a PA resident with CT non-res. I used a copy of my NRA Basic certificate....that's only an 8 hour class. No problem with it.
    States donít have rights. People do.

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    The law does not require any specific number of hours. You are required to take an approved training class. NRA Basic Pistol meets all of the requirements to obtain a CT Permit to Carry.

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