Arizona CCW Permit Class in East Mesa AZ
August 27 @ 9:30 am - 2:30 pm
Arizona CCW Class in East Mesa
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This class is located 4323 E Broadway Rd STE 115, Mesa, AZ 85206 Just West of Greenfield Rd on South side Broadway Rd
This class will fulfill the requirements to apply for your Arizona Concealed Carry permit. The 5 hours will cover many of the legal aspects of carrying a concealed weapon in Arizona. At the end of the class and you will have your class completion certificate, and completed Arizona CCW application.
At the conclusion of the class the participant will have the certificate and paperwork to apply for the State of Arizona for a CCW permit. Fingerprinting service at class for additional charge, fingerprinting included in some tickets where noted. You will need to purchase a $60 Money Order after class before mailing in you application packet to Arizona Department of Public Safety for the fee charged by the State of Arizona for your application. You will not get your permit at the class, the State of Arizona Dept of Public safety issues the permits after passing your background check.
Benefits of having your Concealed Carry Permit
- You skip federal NICS background check because you are pre-approved by Arizona Department of Public Safety to purchase a firearm
- No NICS history for federal authorities to track.You cannot enter an a bar or restaurant that serves liquor without an Arizona State Issued concealed carry permit.
- With an Arizona CCW permit you will not have to go through the delay of a background check while purchasing your firearm called a NICS Check.
- When interacting with law enforcement, the officer will know that you have taken training and that you have passed a thorough background check with your fingerprints and not a felon.
- With new federal laws you will now be able to carry your concealed firearm in National Parks subject to state laws in which the park resides