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classes in Richmond, VA

Discussion in 'General Gun Discussions' started by knicks118, May 26, 2007.

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  1. knicks118

    knicks118 Member

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    I need to take a class for the concealed weapons permit in Richmond, VA.
    Does anyone have a place they would recommend?
    The cheaper the class the better.

    Thanks, happy Memorial Day
     
  2. CajunBass

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    Check with Greentops. They'll have the information.
     
  3. Wayne G.

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    I don't know about Richmond, but if you're willing to drive about 50 miles, there is a place in Fredericksburg (link below).

    He has classes every Tuesday from around 5-9. I think the cost is about $50. Call and ask for Paul. He's very knowledgable and super-friendly. He'll give you all the info.

    Also, these classes are often offered at gun shows if there is one in Richmond anytime soon.

    http://indoorrange.com/index.html
     
  4. 7mmsavage

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    Here's an option

    If you feel confident with your handgun knowledge and skills you can use a Virginia hunter education certificate to qualify for CCW. It takes 2 nights (4 hrs each if I remember right) but it is free, and although there is no focus on handguns, it is a very informative class. This is how I got my CCW, but years ago I had already taken a ccw class, when it was only $50, i think its about $75 at most places now. If you dont know much about ccw then go ahead and take that class, I just thought I would share an option that I know works, and can save you a little $$. BTW, I heard about this from a guy at Virginia Citizens Defence League while I was at a gun show, then Emailed the county Sherrif's dept. to verify before I did it. If you have never heard of VCDL check them out, good info about CCW and they also qualify for CMP purchases, I am not a member but I am thinking about it myself.
     
  5. CajunBass

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    +1 on the VCDL.

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