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Old March 2nd, 2014, 03:31 PM #31
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Do you offer any classes in MD? I am on the shore and was curious of classroom locations.

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We don't have anything currently scheduled for Maryland, but we've done quite a number of classes in Maryland over the years. If you have a few people interested in the class, I'd be happy to look at scheduling one near you.
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Old March 2nd, 2014, 03:55 PM #32
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There will be a class on 29 March at the North Carroll Rod and Gun Club. $100 for the class and $51 to pay the Utah gov for the background check and such.

This is a fundraiser for Carroll County Commissioner Richard Rothschild.

http://www.fortresstraining.com/rothschild.html
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If a provider doesn't offer all included , it generally mean that THEY will have hidden charges , it means that they don't offer all of the services.

The scheduling worked out for my friend to have most convienet class from an IP that offered the Fingerprint service only. But that is the difficult one to find. For a price difference of $25 minimum under a one stop. With $12-ish passport photos , and Notary usually free, it's a personal coin toss how much an hours convience is worth.

Not slamming anyone, both aproaches are viable ( as long as provider offers printing ). The location and timing will probably be deciding.

Way back when UT first started Non Res , my Instructor expanded it into 2 days , with one day at the range. Remember Minimum standards exist , but the Instructor can add an unlimited amount of extra training.

But nowdays most providers keep close to the Official Cirriculum , and compete on price and comvience.
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Dadgum Edit button still hates me. The first sentance of my above post was supposed to say " not have add on fees ".

But way back at last years OP , if one's primary foucous is developing additional skills rather a specific piece of plastic issued by the State of Utah , you want a basic pistol class , followed by an intermeadate level one featuring draw techniques , movement contingencies , etc. Jim ( ProShooter) offers regularly scheduled classes in such , and if or other IP's don't have fixed offerings like that , they can offer personalized training for what you wish.
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I have had my Virginia permit for thirteen years and I carry daily, But I go through Georgia once and a while so I needed the Utah permit because Virginia doesn't have reciprocity with Georgia, I took the class with James Reynolds at ProactiveShooters, It was a very good class not boring at all, But if your worried about being bored I guess concealed carry and the responsiblity that goes with it is not for you.

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I just took it, good info and the instructors wree great. Took it at DPS in La Plata.
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Constitutional Firearms in Laurel area offers a Utah class on the second Saturday of every month. It is on the MD Shooters calendar. Class starts at 2:30PM and ends about 7PM.

The cost is $75.00 ($80.00 if paying by credit card) and includes fingerprints, photos and FedEx shipment of your application. The only additional cost is the $51.00 fee to the Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification for the processing of the fingerprints and issuing the permit.
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Took mcbruzdzinski's class at Constitution Firearms. It was well taught and worth the time!
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I just took the Utah class by Genesis Firearms at Engage Armament yesterday. I thought the class was very well presented and worthy of recommendation.
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I will give a thumbs up to Mdeng for his Utah class. He took dry subject matter and made it interesting.
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