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Every time I have gone to a Crossroads of the West Gun Show in Sandy, Utah at the South Towne Expo Center, I've seen that CFP Training classes are offered right next to the gun show. They teach the CFP course, notarize your application and optionally do the fingerprinting and take the passport photo for you. Very convenient!

I don't know if this is also true of the Ogden or St. George gun shows.

For those who are interested, you can check the Crossroads of the West Gun Shows Calendar for the next gun show near you.

My wife, my oldest son and my brother all took their CFP courses there. Although I already had my CFP, I sat in on the course when my brother took it. I thought it was a very good course. I recommend it.
 

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My wife has attended the gun show (in SLC) with me the last two times. She's more interested in displays other than gun stuff, like the art, jewelry, and so on. She keeps talking about taking a class to get her CFP, but somehow doesn't get around to doing it. I'll bet if we combined the gun show with a class, she'd get it done.

My question is, do you have any info on typical cost of the class, with and without picture and fingerprints, if we go to a class at the gun show?
 

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My question is, do you have any info on typical cost of the class, with and without picture and fingerprints, if we go to a class at the gun show?
I took my CFP class there during the January 2007 show. It was excellent. Curtis Spain is the instructor and teaches other times as well via his school 'Concealed Carry Specialists'. You can reach him by phone at (801) 568-0197.

To answer your questions, they charge $8 for your Passport photos (same as at Walgreens), $5 for fingerprinting (guaranteed legible by the FBI), and $40 for the class with free notarizing by Curtis' wife. This all adds up to $53, but they offer 'the works' for $50. So basically you have $50 for the class and materials and then another $59 to the state to get registered.

I hope this has helped!
 
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