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D-Man 05-15-2010 8:39 PM

UT / FL / VA / OR / AZ CCW Class - Cost is $80 - 8/15/15 - San Dimas, CA
 
This is my next multi-state (UT / FL / VA / OR / AZ) CCW course. After completion of this course and successful application to the states above, you will be able to carry concealed in over 34 states! Cost is $80, payable by: cash, check, money order, or credit card. Class starts promptly at 9am in San Dimas. Please reserve your spot by July 16th at 5pm. As always, contact me with any questions you might have. Hope to see you there! The below map will let you see where your permits will be valid. Arizona has updated their regulations; no longer do you have wait to apply for your AZ CCW permit. Applications at the class. We do offer the Nevada CCW permit training in Las Vegas, NV.

http://www.5arrowstactical.com/files/Reciprocity.JPG

valkylrie 05-27-2010 3:18 PM

Darren,

I took your class not that long ago. I just wanted to thank you for all the information. The class is small and very friendly, plenty of time to get your questions answered. You’re a great guy to work with and I enjoyed the atmosphere, really made me feel at ease. I left with great information. I am still waiting for my applications to be finalized. I submitted to Utah, Florida, and Virginia. I don’t expect any response until the end of June but at least I know they all processed my payment. Thank you for all the advice, I still have all your handouts and use them to answer questions from others about where to do their training.

Thanks Again,
Valkylrie

D-Man 05-27-2010 7:06 PM

Thank you!
 
Thank you for the kind words, it is really appreciated!

ElkHunterSL 06-22-2010 10:00 AM

How does the Oregon work? Can we apply by mail or do we have to apply in person in Oregon?

D-Man 06-22-2010 10:04 AM

Oregon has to be done in person. The Sheriff from Grant's County will be traveling to California soon and you will be able to apply with him then. Your choice.

Big Jake 06-22-2010 10:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by D-Man (Post 4496226)
Oregon has to be done in person. The Sheriff from Grant's County will be traveling to California soon and you will be able to apply with him then. Your choice.

Do you have specific information on dates/locations that Grant County Sheriff will be coming to California?

Thanks in advance! :cool2:

ElkHunterSL 06-22-2010 10:21 AM

Thanks. I hope he comes soon as I want to have my CCW before Deer Season in September.

D-Man 06-22-2010 1:51 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Big Jake (Post 4496305)
Do you have specific information on dates/locations that Grant County Sheriff will be coming to California?

Thanks in advance! :cool2:

Nothing specific yet. There is a thread about it in the 2nd Amendment and Politics section that is "stickied" you can read about his schedule.

iamphatboy 07-26-2010 8:09 AM

Where can I signup for the reduced fee?

D-Man 07-26-2010 10:34 AM

Just email me through the website or give me a call. That's it!

painkiller 08-02-2010 1:41 PM

Hi I've been to the 2nd amendment area and unless I'm blind didn't see anything about the sheriff from grant county.will he be there that day?

D-Man 08-02-2010 4:52 PM

No, this class just covers your training requirement to apply for an Oregon CHL.

painkiller 08-02-2010 8:55 PM

Can someone throw me a bone and paste a link regarding the sheriffs schedule?

D-Man 08-03-2010 5:57 AM

http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=267404

Right now it is on page 3.

ruddogg 08-12-2010 3:04 PM

Do you do this class every month, I'd like to take it at some point, but I still have to figure out when I have a free Sat to do it...

moleculo 10-15-2010 12:28 PM

I took Darren's class last week. It was easy, informative, and fun. I learned several tips for better shooting, as well. It's well worth it to anyone that travels outside of CA!

ruddogg 11-05-2010 2:13 PM

Darren,

I was looking at this course since it's closer to my house... http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=290472 what's the difference between his course & yours? How come his is double your price? For yours, would I need to pay that $65.25 & $117 in addition to the $75 for the class also?

Do you have one coming up in Dec?

Yours is on Sat? from what time to what time?

Quote:

Originally Posted by JimAmentler (Post 4500070)
It gets you the class, notary, passport photos for both permits and fingerprinting for Utah. Florida requires fingerprinting by a law enforcement agency. It also does not include the state fee's of $65.25 for your 5 year Utah permit and the $117.00 for the 7 year Florida permit.

Let me know if you have any other questions.

So it's $150 + 65.25 + 117 = $332.25?

Please confirm?

D-Man 11-07-2010 4:12 PM

PM sent.

xxsleepyxx 11-09-2010 6:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ruddogg (Post 5250811)
Darren,

I was looking at this course since it's closer to my house... http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s...d.php?t=290472 what's the difference between his course & yours? How come his is double your price? For yours, would I need to pay that $65.25 & $117 in addition to the $75 for the class also?

Do you have one coming up in Dec?

Yours is on Sat? from what time to what time?



So it's $150 + 65.25 + 117 = $332.25?

Please confirm?

I had the same question. What does the total come out to?

D-Man 11-13-2010 8:57 AM

Prices for 2012
 
Class cost is $75. Optional Fingerprinting service for Utah at the end of class is $25 cash. Florida and Virginia require a law enforcement agency to roll your prints and annotate it on the back of the card. Florida permit is $117. Also, each state requires a recent (within the last 6 months) passport photo. Total cost:

51 - UT background check
117 - Florida background check
25 - optional fingerprinting service (or $60 for all three cards: 2 Arizona & 1 Utah)
80 - CCW training class
____

$273

moleculo 11-28-2010 7:05 PM

Hey Darren,

Just wanted to let you know that I got my Florida CCW yesterday. Turn around time was right about 5 weeks from when I mailed it in. Utah still pending.

Thanks again!

Glackowitz 11-28-2010 10:07 PM

Im in Oregon and looks as if one has an Oregon and Utah it will cover 32 states..CA and FL are excluded

Oregon CCW permit for a resident is 65.00 first time and 50.00 renewal(4yrs)

The extra 15.00 is the initial Background and fingerprinting( 1st time applicants ony)

Not sure on the Non resident applications

For me to get Oregon, Utah and Florida would almost be redundant as adding FL only gives 2 more states and alot more $$.

Does CA ofer a Non resident CCW??**EDIT** Nevermind...On the map it states May issue to residents only***

D-Man 11-29-2010 8:49 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by moleculo (Post 5365609)
Hey Darren,

Just wanted to let you know that I got my Florida CCW yesterday. Turn around time was right about 5 weeks from when I mailed it in. Utah still pending.

Thanks again!

Congrats! Glad you enjoyed the class as well.

D-Man 11-29-2010 8:50 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Glackowitz (Post 5366439)
Im in Oregon and looks as if one has an Oregon and Utah it will cover 32 states..CA and FL are excluded

Oregon CCW permit for a resident is 65.00 first time and 50.00 renewal(4yrs)

The extra 15.00 is the initial Background and fingerprinting( 1st time applicants ony)

Not sure on the Non resident applications

For me to get Oregon, Utah and Florida would almost be redundant as adding FL only gives 2 more states and alot more $$.

Does CA ofer a Non resident CCW??**EDIT** Nevermind...On the map it states May issue to residents only***

I picked up my Florida so that I could travel and carry in New Mexico. As the states agreements are always changing, it didn't hurt to pick up my Florida one as well. One other plus is that it is valid for 7 years.

D-Man 12-12-2010 6:00 AM

BTT. As of January 1st, Iowa will also accept your CCW permits for concealed carry!

luckystrike 12-21-2010 1:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by D-Man (Post 4716541)
No, this class just covers your training requirement to apply for an Oregon CHL.

I thought that after the class you could already carry in Oregon?

D-Man 12-22-2010 5:51 AM

No, you need to apply for an Oregon CHL from one of the Oregon Sheriff's offices and receive the permit from them. Turnaround time is about 2 weeks.

luckystrike 12-22-2010 6:44 PM

sounds good, im pretty sure I will be attending your next class

thanks

D-Man 12-23-2010 9:05 AM

Contact me via PM or through the website to save your spot! Looking forward to seeing you there if you choose to attend.

xxsleepyxx 12-26-2010 7:49 PM

I may be attending the class as well. Just a question though I'm more interested in obtaining my Utah CCW. So if I take the class can I do that and if I change my mind later can I just fill out the Florida CCW app separately?

D-Man 12-27-2010 5:33 AM

Absolutely. I will just give you the applications for the other states, you apply as you wish. Some students because of money constraints tend to wait a little bit to apply for Florida or Oregon.

jigenax 01-09-2011 5:08 PM

Would your class qualify for a Nevada non-resident CCW?

D-Man 01-09-2011 5:47 PM

No, but I do have a training agreement with instructors in Nevada that will offer their class in Vegas at a discounted rate after you attend my class. Nevada requires the class to take place in Nevada by a resident Nevada instructor and the live fire to take place in Nevada. Other students of mine have taken advantage of the discounted rates to get their Nevada non-resident permit.

jigenax 01-16-2011 7:46 AM

Hey Darren,

I'm so glad I took your class yesterday, it was a very fun and entertaining course. Those 4 hours flew by so fast, we were done in no time! I'll definitely take your advanced courses later on.

As for your Bluegrass holster, sadly I read that they went out of business last year. Hope you can find another good holster to recommend at the SHOT SHOW.

Ken

PS: Could you PM the Las Vegas CCW instructor's contact info?

D-Man 01-16-2011 1:35 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by jigenax (Post 5628334)
Hey Darren,

I'm so glad I took your class yesterday, it was a very fun and entertaining course. Those 4 hours flew by so fast, we were done in no time! I'll definitely take your advanced courses later on.

As for your Bluegrass holster, sadly I read that they went out of business last year. Hope you can find another good holster to recommend at the SHOT SHOW.

Ken

PS: Could you PM the Las Vegas CCW instructor's contact info?

I just sent out an email to all of you that attended yesterday's class with the contact information. Thank you for the kind words, it was a fun class with lots of discussion which always makes it enjoyable for everyone involved.

In regards to the holster, look at the Comp Tac Minotaur MTAC holster or the CTAC holster as they are the same type of design. Many others have those holsters and swear by them.

It will be my pleasure to have yourself and others in any of my other classes. Stay safe!

CapnHawk 01-16-2011 2:36 PM

Attended your class on 01/15/2010 and it was money well spent. Look forward to another informative session at the range on January 29th. Stay safe!

D-Man 01-16-2011 3:32 PM

Thank you as well! Look forward to seeing you at the class on the 29th.

jigenax 01-16-2011 11:35 PM

I just noticed on the Florida CCW packet you gave us lists the current Commissioner as Charles Bronson! How appropriate! :laugh:

D-Man 01-17-2011 6:15 AM

Very funny!

cowboy777 01-27-2011 6:39 AM

I want to reserve my spot for February


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