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CCW Instrucing?

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    CCW Instrucing?

    I am curious as to the Utah specific requirements to instruct others for UT ccw. I have looked over the Utah firearms instructor application. I see that you need to be an NRA Firearms Instructor, however the NRA offers several different instructor certifications, and the application is not clear on which is required. I also could not find a schedule, or any information, for the Utah Concealed Firearms Instructor course, which is also listed as a requirement.

    Is anyone here a certified Utah Firearms Instructor? If so, my specific interest is instructing Marines, who would be very interested, in CCW, allowing them to get Non-res UT CFPs. Most Marines are not from California, so the only stipulation i see is that their specific state have reciprocity with Utah. And of course them being 21.

    Any advice would be very welcome.
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    If you don't get any responses, you can e-mail my Utah instructor.

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