This is a discussion on Utah Permit within the Concealed Carry Issues & Discussions forums, part of the Defensive Carry Discussions category; I am a FL resident that wants to apply for a non resident Utah permit. Would the class certificate that was issued to me for ...
I am a FL resident that wants to apply for a non resident Utah permit. Would the class certificate that was issued to me for the FL permit by my instructor also work for getting the Utah permit or will I need to take some other NRA class? Thanks in advance.
I'm just curious - Unless you plan a trip to WA state or MN, why would you want a UT permit? Those are the only 2 states that recognize UT but not FL permits.
Clinging to guns and God in PA...
I have FL and UT. I do not trust a state to change the rules at any time. It is nice to have a back up.
Thanks guys, looks as if I need to take another class. No biggie! The reason for the Utah permit is I drive to MN every summer (wifes family) and I'm tired of felling nekid! :)
I believe you will be required to take a [Utah] course from one of their approved instructors from the list mentioned in an earlier post.
These instructors have a "Utah" stamp which must be imprinted on your Utah application.
Last edited by KenInColo; June 13th, 2008 at 11:48 AM. Reason: Added last sentence
An armed populace are called citizens.
An unarmed populace are called subjects.
The UT course is only about four hours long. It is mostly about UT firearms law.