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Old July 10th, 2018, 02:11 PM #1
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Wear and carry for certified instructors?

Certified Instructor = wear and carry? Restricted permit? If non-restricted, where do I sign up for training?
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Old July 10th, 2018, 02:15 PM #2
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Old July 10th, 2018, 02:16 PM #3
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Old July 10th, 2018, 02:31 PM #4
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Instructors do not automatically get permits.

MSP will request...
-All related credentials (active training certs).
-Proof of instruction
Range receipts, student rosters, etc...
-Bank records, including tax forms and proof of deposits

The permit if issued, will be restricted to being valid while conducting business as an instructor (or owner of whatever your company is).
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Certified Instructor = wear and carry? Restricted permit? If non-restricted, where do I sign up for training?
If you are a MSP apporved Maryland handgun instructor, you will be exempt from training. You are the one who TEACHES the class so you don't have to TAKE it.
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If you are a MSP apporved Maryland handgun instructor, you will be exempt from training. You are the one who TEACHES the class so you don't have to TAKE it.
Although given the geniuses in the MD General Assembly, FSA 2019 could very well require instructors to take the training while they are conducting a training class!
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Although given the geniuses in the MD General Assembly, FSA 2019 could very well require instructors to take the training while they are conducting a training class!
I think you need new tea leaves. The GA is not informed nor intelligent.

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No, being an instructor does not get you a permit. It may get your foot in the door, but a totality of circumstance IMO is the best bet.

There is no uniform way permits are not disapproved. Some have provided great deal of information, others have provided little. Same situation has resulted in different outcomes.
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Certified Instructor = wear and carry? Restricted permit? If non-restricted, where do I sign up for training?


Are you talking about getting training to become an instructor? I got my instructor credentials from Maryland because I'm an NRA certified pistol instructor. DC-W is 100% right about how an instructor gets a W&C. That's exactly what I had to present when I got mine.
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