Utah Lowers Its Non-Resident CFP Fee April 1 From $60 To $51.25
Beginning April 1, 2012 the total non-resident fee for a Utah CFP will be $51.25, down from $60.00.
My next Utah class is Sat., March 10 in Tyson's Corner, VA. If you take the course and immediately submit the application the fee for the permit is $60, however, if you hold on to the application and submit it after April 1 the fee is only $51.25.
I have not raised my class fee in almost two years, it remains $85.
This class includes the Utah mandated fingerprinting (no trudging off to a police dept. and paying extra) and an addressed envelope, you bring a copy of your drivers license and VA or PA CHP (if applicable), a passport size photo and two stamps and you're ready to drop it in the mail!
Utah now requires that if you are a resident of a "shall issue" State (VA & PA are, MD & DC are not) you must have a home State concealed carry permit in order to obtain a Utah Permit. If you do not already have a VA or PA permit I will provide a certificate that meets their requirements for training.
Class starts at 11AM and runs approx. 4 hours. This is a classroom only course and we require that you already be familiar with handguns to attend. After the Utah Class I give an "after the class", class which covers your eyes and low light/night shooting, moving while shooting and different scenarios you, hopefully, will never run into.
NOTE: Wisconsin has announced that they now recognize Utah permits but, at this time, do not recognize VA permits.
For more information call 703-828-7058 or go to: www.utahconcealedcarryclass.com