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Utah CCW class in Raleigh?

Discussion in 'Carolina Glockers' started by cbr600, Sep 3, 2007.

  1. cbr600

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    Has anyone taken the Utah CCW class in the Raleigh area? Would you recommend your instructor? Thanks for your help.
     
  2. ConqSoft

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    Sorry, I don't.

    But, just curious.... Any reason why? It will only add two states (MN and WY) over the NC CCH license.
     


  3. cbr600

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    Nice bike. :thumbsup:

    The NC license is only valid for residents. I'm moving to another state at the end of the year. I can't apply for a concealed carry license in the new state until I'm a resident there, which means getting their DL and giving up my NC DL. After I apply, who knows how long it will take to actually get the new license. If I have a Utah non-resident CCW, I'm covered during the gap between resident licenses.

    A Florida license would work too, but considering fees and privacy issues, the Utah non-resident license seems like a better choice.
     
  4. ConqSoft

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    Ah, ok. I know of a guy in Columbia, SC that teaches it, but I think it requires the SC license first.
     
  5. ConqSoft

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    Hmm. Here's his site: http://cwptraining.com/

    If you can't find one locally, it looks like you might be able to get it there, if you want to take a trip. :)
     
  6. cbr600

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    Thanks for the suggestion. The backup plan is to find a Utah class after I move and hold on to my NC DL and CHP until I have the UT license in hand. I'd rather have things squared away before the move but c'est la vie.
     
  7. graveman

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    Why not just pay $20 and get a NH non-resident to CYA in the meantime ? All you have to send with the application is a copy of your current one, and of course the money.
     
  8. cbr600

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    Because a NH non-resident does absolutely nothing for me.
     
  9. cbr600

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    I left voicemail messages for several NC-based instructors listed on the BCI website but got no response.

    Do any Utah BCI-certified instructors within 100 miles of Raleigh want my business?

    Going once...:wavey: