Utah Concealed Firearms Permit
The Utah Concealed Firearms Permit CFP is the #1 desired permit in the United States.
Depending on the state in which you live, depends on the freedom you have as a citizen. Some states permit you to not only protect yourself, but others if they face eminent danger. Other states, if you do not retreat far enough in your own home from the burgler who just kicked you door in, you may face murder or manslaughter charges. Yes, believe it or not, we live in the same country.
Regardless of the state, when you attend one of our trainings, our focus will be on firearm safety and understanding your responsibility as a member of our society who is exercising their right to carry.
Which permit is best? Keeping it Simple.....
Immediately many say Utah is the best. Though it maybe the correct answer for some, it is not the best answer for all. If a person visits Virginia often, why not get the training for the state of Virginia? If you live in Maryland, well Utah is the best because you can go to any state that touches you and carry in those states.
Honored in 29 states as a non-resident and 35 as a resident. Qualifying is one of the most open and easiest to obtained. A great permit to get if you visit this state. Classes are inexpensive, and also usually added to another permit.
One question you need to ask, do you go to Florida? If you do, there is no other choice as a non-resident. Also, if you live in South Carolina this permit allows you to carry in Georgia. As a non-resident, Florida is honored in 30 states. You are required to shoot live fire for this permit. It is good for 7 years, one of the longest offered.
The original non resident permit. Not live fire is required and a NRA instructor can give you a class in gun safety to qualify. This is an easy permit to obtain than Utah, no FBI background -- just some FYI when you decide on which permit is best for you. As a non-resident, this permit is honored in 30 states.
As non-resident, you get 32 states to travel through. If you add Florida in the mix, you get the mighty combo permit, which will give you 34 states! Please note, Utah is a stand alone training course, it cannot be combined with any other training. This course would have to end before another class could being which would enable you to do the combination. There is no live fire component to the Utah permit.
If you do not live in Maryland, do not even attempt to get a permit. If you do live in Maryland and believe you may qualify for a permit, we are happy to assist you. Maryland requires 16 hours of training, including a graded shooting requirement. If you are renewing your permit, you are required 8 hours of training.