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Just wanted to give Chris a thumbs up for his very nice presentation of this class. He welcomed us to his home, there were about 7 of us I believe. Nice overview and in-depth info about the Utah Laws, do's and don'ts about CCW. Lots of hands on with ammo, guns, and accesories. I had alot of fun and I'm sure everyone else did. Quite a few questions and answer sections, we also had a Criminal Defensive Attorney there (Greg S. Law) he answer alot of questions from us. Overall a pretty great class, highly recommende. Thanks again Chris.
 

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A lawyer, named Law. Anybody else find that mildly amusing?
 

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Was this an initial CCW class or intended for follow-on training... if it's for follow-on training I would be interested in it... price, length???
 

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Shaolin, thanks for the compliment. T-man, I kinda found that funny also when he contacted me and said his partner and himself would like to come to our CFP classes and be there to answer any questions. Both Greg and his partner have their CFP's and have several clients who they are defending right now.

Bane, this was Shaolins CFP class, it wasn't a follow on one. I'll contact Greg to see if he would be interested in doing a couple hours class on the laws and everything else. If anyone wants to contact him, His number is 801-352-9331 and his cell is 801-531-8200.

Him and his partner will meet with CFP holders for a few hours for $100 and go over laws, things to do if you are involved in a shooting and also has some written material for you if you choose to.

Shaolin, thanks again and be safe.
 

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Anytime, Chris.
 

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Chris did a class at my sister's house this week for her family and her husbands work. They were all very impressed with the amount of information given and the hands on nature of the class.
I wish my class had been like that. Mine was pretty quick, in and out. I had to take the initiative myself to become informed about application of the law, and practicality issues.

Well done Chris!
 

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Thanks everyone for the comments on our CFP class. Its something I enjoy and think is of value to the public. I can't believe how fast our month of Feb is filling up now with CFP classes. Stay safe everyone and thanks for the comments on how we do our CFP class.
 
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