Q: Once I take a class, how long does it normally take the State of Utah to process my submitted application?
A: It will usually take up to 60 days for Utah to process your application. If you do not hear back within that time period, we would suggest you contact the Utah Bureau of Identification at 801-965-4445
Q: How long is the class?
A: The class usually takes 3.5 - 4 hours but this depends on the amount of questions and class size.
Q: If I wanted you to come to my area of the State to offer a class, will you?
A: We certainly may! Especially if you have the ability to host a class and we can work together to sign people up . We are always looking for new areas to host our class. Best of all, we charge no extra for our travel time. Keep an eye out for future classes in your area here! Call or email us to find out how your organization can benifit from sponsering one of our classes.
Q: I have registered for a class. Do I need to bring any firearms?
A: They are not required in the classroom. The Utah CCW Permit requires no live firing.
Q: Is there a test after the class?
A: No, class participation is all that is required.
Q: What do I need to bring to class?
A: Just your drivers license or state ID.
Q: Do I need my home state permit to get my Utah permit?
A: Yes, But you can still attend our class first and get your home state permit later. You have up to one year to submit your application to Utah
Q: How long is the CCW Permit valid for?
A: The Utah CCW is valid for 5 years initially; then 5 years each renewal period.
Q: How do I Renew your Concealed Carry Permit in UTAH?
A: The Bureau of Criminal Identification will send a renewal application to you approximately one month prior to your expiration. If not you may need to update your address with BCI/DPS
Q: Why are your classes so reasonably priced?
A: We only charge $75.00 per person for the Utah CCW Permit. Other companies charge much more than this. We believe we can offer you the best training, with the most options available (photo and fingerprinting included) at the most economical pricing available.
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