Q: How often do you teach the Los Angeles County CCW Permit Class?
Our Los Angeles County CCW Permit Group Class is taught both Online and In-Person. The Online Portion (lecture) is taught Via Zoom and we teach it most days of the week. Hence, finding a time that works for you should not be a challenge. The lecture is approximately 3.25 hours. The rest of the class is primarily the range qualification, multiple choice test and additional lecture. This portion is approximately 5 hours and is completed at the range. We utilize several ranges in Los Angeles and Orange County, depending on what is most convenient for you.
Q: What is the range qualification for the Los Angeles County CCW Permit Class?
The NRA B-27 target is utilized. You must get 17 of 24 shots within the 7 ring from 3,5 and 7 yards. For each additional firearm (up to 3 total) you must get 7 out 10 shots within the 7 ring at 5 and 7 yards. The same course of fire is utilized for the renewal class.
-Q: If I take the non-resident CCW Class that is offered by VIP CCW Services, which state’s non-resident CCW Permits will I be qualified to apply for?
Q: I am a resident of California. Can I still apply for a CCW Permit issued by Arizona, Utah, Florida, Virginia and Oregon?
Q: What is the typical application process to obtain a non-resident CCW permit?
- Be 21 or over
- Complete a firearms safety class taught by a state certified instructor certified by the Utah Department Of Public Safety (BCI)
- Pass a FBI Background Check
- Submit a competed application to Utah Department Of Public Safety (BCI)
- Submit a government issued pictured ID, passport sized photograph and set of fingerprints
- Pay the application fee to Utah Department Of Public Safety which is currently $63.25
Q: How long does it take to receive my non Resident Multi-State CCW Permit?
Q: What are the typical requirements for being able to obtain a non-resident CCW Permit?
- has not been convicted of a felony;
- has not been convicted of any crime of violence;
- has not been convicted of any offense involving the use of alcohol;
- has not been convicted of any offenses involving the unlawful use of narcotics or other controlled substances;
- has not been convicted of any offenses involving moral turpitude;
- has not been convicted of any offense involving domestic violence;
- has not been adjudicated by a court of a state or of the United States as mentally incompetent, unless the adjudication has been withdrawn or reversed
- is qualified to purchase and possess a firearm under federal law
Q: How long is the non-resident class taught by VIP CCW Services?
Q: What do I need to bring to class?
Bring a government issued picture ID, black ink pen, paper and food for yourself. We want you to be comfortable! We also suggest you bring your non-resident CCW applications to the class if you would like assistance in filling them out.
Q: What forms of payment does VIP CCW Services accept?
We accept cash, check and major credit cards. Class fees are non-refundable however in the event you cannot attend your scheduled class, you may make up the class within 6 months of the original date of class.
Q: I am a public figure, celebrity or dignitary. Confidentiality is important to me. Will VIP CCW Services sign a non-disclosure agreement?
Q: I want to have a private class taught at my office, residence or a VIP CCW Services location, is it possible to set up a private class for me and or my private group?
Q: Do I need to bring a firearm and or ammunition to the non-resident CCW class?
Q: Where does VIP CCW Services hold classes?
Q: Do I get a certificate once I complete the class?
The multi-state CCW Class taught by VIP CCW Services meets the pre-requisite requirements for several state’s non-resident CCW Permits. Once I complete the class, I can immediately apply for non-resident CCW permits. Utah shall issue a permit within 60 days. Why would I want more than one non-resident CCW Permit?
- Reciprocity agreements and laws often change. The more multi-state CCW permits you have, the broader your coverage area is to carry a concealed firearm throughout the US. For example, if one of your state permits no longer has reciprocity or recognition with a particular state, your other permits may still have provide you coverage.
- Possessing more than one non-resident CCW permit increases the number of states you can legally carry a concealed firearm. For example, the Utah non-resident CCW Permit is not valid in New Mexico but the Florida non-resident CCW Permit and the Arizona non-resident permit is. Additionally, for example, the Utah and Arizona non-resident CCW permits are not valid in Florida. However by obtaining the Florida non-resident CCW Permit one can legally carry in Florida.
- Non-resident CCW permits have expiration dates and need to be renewed. By having multiple non-resident CCW permits, you minimize the risk of a permit expiring and losing CCW rights.
Q: Is there a difference in where one can carry (CCW) with a non-resident CCW Permit vs. resident CCW Permit?
Yes. For example, if you have a Utah resident CCW Permit, Florida will accept it via a reciprocity agreement with Utah, however, a Utah non-resident CCW permit is not valid for carry (CCW) in Florida. The solution if one wants to carry in Florida would be to obtain a Florida non-resident CCW permit via taking the multi-state CCW class from VIP CCW Services.
Q: Does VIP CCW Services issue me my non-resident CCW Permits or California CCW Permit?
Q: A misdemeanor offense exists in my criminal record. Will this prohibit me from obtaining a non-resident CCW permit?
For this you should contact the issuing authority directly. For example, if you are considering the Utah non-resident CCW Permit, you would contact the Utah Department of Public Safety (BCI) at (801) 965-4445.
Q: Does VIP CCW Services offer military and first responder discounts?
Yes! Thank you for your service. Contact us for additional information.
Q: If I obtain a non-resident CCW permit, can I carry a concealed firearm in California?
No, unfortunately CCW permits from other states are not honored in California. In order to carry in California, you would need a California CCW Permit.
Q: I have a CA CCW permit. Why would I need a non-resident CCW Permit(s).
Having non-resident CCW Permits allow you to carry a concealed firearm in states that border California and in the great majority of the United States. For example, if you obtain non-resident CCW Permits, you can legally carry in border states such as Nevada, Arizona and Oregon.