4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby Snurd » Sun 22 Nov 2015 10:10 am

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dewittdj wrote:Did Tracy wear anything today that didn't say NRA instructor??? :wink:

The gun apron, and a Glock. :)


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Wow, that was it? where did you get the NRA underwear?

I can't give away all my secrets. :wink:


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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby dewittdj » Sun 22 Nov 2015 12:03 pm

Doctor Jenks wrote:
Snurd wrote:
dewittdj wrote:Did Tracy wear anything today that didn't say NRA instructor??? :wink:

The gun apron, and a Glock. :)
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Wow, that was it? where did you get the NRA underwear?

Hand-embroidered... that's why he was walking so funny... :ROFL:
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby dewittdj » Sun 22 Nov 2015 12:05 pm

CQBMarine wrote:Thank you all for having me. First event for me and I can't say that I could have imagined it going any better. You all are awesome and Dewittdj you put on a fantastic class especially with everyone else's input. (If you didn't notice, I doubled as a student and volunteer since we had so many open spots ;) ).
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Wasn't aware of the dual role (student/volunteer) until I was going through all of the paperwork last evening... Sneaky!!! :wink:
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby Doctor Jenks » Sun 22 Nov 2015 1:11 pm

I think he has another pair that is bedazzled. :ROFL:
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby dewittdj » Sun 22 Nov 2015 7:19 pm

Doctor Jenks wrote:I think he has another pair that is bedazzled. :ROFL:

Ouch!!! Rhinestones could be a bit uncomfortable...
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby CQBMarine » Sun 22 Nov 2015 8:20 pm

Ya I figured since we were 11 short I might as well do it since I don't have a UT one yet. Hope you don't mind.
Those rhinestone bedazzled ones would get pretty uncomfortable but I'm sure that's what the ladies like lol


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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby Snurd » Sun 22 Nov 2015 9:01 pm

dewittdj wrote:
Doctor Jenks wrote:I think he has another pair that is bedazzled. :ROFL:

Ouch!!! Rhinestones could be a bit uncomfortable...
:wink:

I think you know now where the Rhinestone Cowboy comes from. :shock:
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby D-FIN » Mon 23 Nov 2015 11:28 am

CQBMarine wrote:Ya I figured since we were 11 short I might as well do it since I don't have a UT one yet. Hope you don't mind.
Those rhinestone bedazzled ones would get pretty uncomfortable but I'm sure that's what the ladies like lol


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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby dewittdj » Mon 23 Nov 2015 10:26 pm

All of the packages, left with me were turned in and accepted by BCI for processing today. ~45 days from now the permits should begin arriving! Good luck! Anyone receiving a notice that the fingerprints were rejected can contact me to arrange a time to redo the prints for free.
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby dewittdj » Sun 29 Nov 2015 12:41 pm

NRA Course Report submitted. Tracy, Dustin, Beth, and Chris listed as assisting NRA instructors. Course submitted as Non-NRA: Other:
Course date: 20151121

Location:
Lee Kay Hunter Safety Range
6000 West 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84128

Course: Concealed Firearms Permit (CFP) Course - State of Utah - Department of Public Safety - BCI

To teach to the State's minimum training standard for the Concealed Firearms Permit (CFP) Course via classroom instruction consisting of 4 hours of classroom instruction and a live fire range exercise. In addition to this minimum training requirement, photographs, fingerprinting, application forms completion and a live fire exercise on the pistol range are included. All applicants must complete general familiarity instruction with the types of firearms to be concealed. General familiarity includes training in Utah Code, Annotated (U.C.A.) § 53-5-704(7) (a) i and ii. Upon completion of the course the student will have been exposed to:
1. THE SAFE LOADING, UNLOADING, STORAGE, AND CARRYING OF THE TYPES OF FIREARMS TO BE CONCEALED.
2. CURRENT LAWS DEFINING LAWFUL SELF-DEFENSE, USE OF FORCE BY PRIVATE CITIZENS, INCLUDING USE OF DEADLY FORCE, TRANSPORTATION, AND CONCEALMENT.
3. LIVE FIRE EXERCISE, DEMONSTRATING THE STUDENT'S ABILITY TO SAFELY LOAD, UNLOAD, AND ACCURATELY FIRE THEIR HANDGUN OF CHOICE AT A TARGET AT A RANGE OF 15 YARDS.
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby Snurd » Sun 29 Nov 2015 2:00 pm

dewittdj wrote:NRA Course Report submitted. Tracy, Dustin, Beth, and Chris listed as assisting NRA instructors. Course submitted as Non-NRA: Other:
Course date: 20151121

Location:
Lee Kay Hunter Safety Range
6000 West 2100 South
Salt Lake City, UT 84128

Course: Concealed Firearms Permit (CFP) Course - State of Utah - Department of Public Safety - BCI

To teach to the State's minimum training standard for the Concealed Firearms Permit (CFP) Course via classroom instruction consisting of 4 hours of classroom instruction and a live fire range exercise. In addition to this minimum training requirement, photographs, fingerprinting, application forms completion and a live fire exercise on the pistol range are included. All applicants must complete general familiarity instruction with the types of firearms to be concealed. General familiarity includes training in Utah Code, Annotated (U.C.A.) § 53-5-704(7) (a) i and ii. Upon completion of the course the student will have been exposed to:
1. THE SAFE LOADING, UNLOADING, STORAGE, AND CARRYING OF THE TYPES OF FIREARMS TO BE CONCEALED.
2. CURRENT LAWS DEFINING LAWFUL SELF-DEFENSE, USE OF FORCE BY PRIVATE CITIZENS, INCLUDING USE OF DEADLY FORCE, TRANSPORTATION, AND CONCEALMENT.
3. LIVE FIRE EXERCISE, DEMONSTRATING THE STUDENT'S ABILITY TO SAFELY LOAD, UNLOAD, AND ACCURATELY FIRE THEIR HANDGUN OF CHOICE AT A TARGET AT A RANGE OF 15 YARDS.


Awesome. Thanks again for a great class Dave! :dancing:
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby Luv10mm » Mon 30 Nov 2015 8:36 am

Just wanted to thank everyone involved in the CFP class Nov 21. My wife said she had a great time and that everyone treated her well. She has some shooting experience, but any time she has a fun shooting experience, that's a big deal in my book. Especially when she can focus on the firearms, and not have to worry about kids running around.

Thanks again. My wife is stoked to get her permit. She was bummed when I told her it wouldn't arrive before Thanksgiving, cause she wanted to conceal carry to show her family. :crown:
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby dewittdj » Tue 01 Dec 2015 8:15 pm

Luv10mm wrote:Just wanted to thank everyone involved in the CFP class Nov 21. My wife said she had a great time and that everyone treated her well. She has some shooting experience, but any time she has a fun shooting experience, that's a big deal in my book. Especially when she can focus on the firearms, and not have to worry about kids running around.

Thanks again. My wife is stoked to get her permit. She was bummed when I told her it wouldn't arrive before Thanksgiving, cause she wanted to conceal carry to show her family. :crown:


Glad she enjoyed it and had a good time! The weather on the range was almost perfect.
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby D-FIN » Wed 02 Dec 2015 3:16 pm

dewittdj wrote:
Luv10mm wrote:Just wanted to thank everyone involved in the CFP class Nov 21. My wife said she had a great time and that everyone treated her well. She has some shooting experience, but any time she has a fun shooting experience, that's a big deal in my book. Especially when she can focus on the firearms, and not have to worry about kids running around.

Thanks again. My wife is stoked to get her permit. She was bummed when I told her it wouldn't arrive before Thanksgiving, cause she wanted to conceal carry to show her family. :crown:


Glad she enjoyed it and had a good time! The weather on the range was almost perfect.



She got some good one on one training with Snurd and seemed pretty excited.
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Re: 4th Annual UCC CFP Class 21 Nov 2015

Postby Snurd » Wed 02 Dec 2015 7:54 pm

D-FIN wrote:
dewittdj wrote:
Luv10mm wrote:Just wanted to thank everyone involved in the CFP class Nov 21. My wife said she had a great time and that everyone treated her well. She has some shooting experience, but any time she has a fun shooting experience, that's a big deal in my book. Especially when she can focus on the firearms, and not have to worry about kids running around.

Thanks again. My wife is stoked to get her permit. She was bummed when I told her it wouldn't arrive before Thanksgiving, cause she wanted to conceal carry to show her family. :crown:


Glad she enjoyed it and had a good time! The weather on the range was almost perfect.



She got some good one on one training with Snurd and seemed pretty excited.

If she is the one that stayed for the extra training, then I guess Luv10mm is married to someone that really wants a suppressor now. :D
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