Kansas Concealed Carry

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Concealed Carry Course

[title size=”2″]ABOUT[/title]

The Kansas Concealed Carry Handgun certification course is designed to prepare students to pass the written certification exam and target shooting qualification required to obtain a license.

Students receive a certificate of completion from the instructor to submit with the Concealed Carry Handgun application.

[title size=”2″]DATE AND TIME[/title]

Saturday, October 25, 2014
8:00 am – 4:30 pm MT

[title size=”2″]LOCATION[/title]

Murray Center
Northwest Tech Campus

[title size=”2″]COST[/title]

$125 per student (Non-Refundable)

[title size=”2″]ADDITIONAL COST CONSIDERATIONS[/title]

To obtain your permit, you will also incur the following charges:

$100: Attorney General’s Office Background Check
$32.50: Sheriff’s Office Fingerprinting
Students must apply for the concealed carry permit within one year of successful completing the course. If not, the student will be required to retake the course.

[title size=”2″]LICENSURE APPLICATION PROCESS[/title]

  1. Pass an approved Concealed Carry Handgun course and receive a certificate of completion
  2. File fingerprints at the sheriff’s office
  3. Submit application, certificate of completion and payment to the sheriff’s office for consideration
  4. Receive notice of decision within 60-90 days of application
  5. If approved, submit the “license approval notice” to a Department of Revenue driver’s license station to issue the CCH license

Concealed Carry Handgun Licenses are valid for four years and renewable. Full information is available from the Kansas Attorney General’s Office.

[title size=”2″]COURSE EVALUATION[/title]

Passage of the course is based on a written examination and a target shooting qualification.

[title size=”3″]Written Examination[/title]
The written examination is 25 multiple choice questions. Students must correctly answer a minimum of 17 questions to pass the written exam.

The material will be covered in class and no outside studying is required.

[title size=”3″]Target Shooting Qualification[/title]
Students are required to place 17 of 25 shots to pass on a FBIQ target or equivalent. Distances are as follows: 5 shots at 3 yards, 10 shots at 7 yards and 10 shots at 10 yards.

[title size=”2″]HANDGUN SAFETY[/title]

Handguns and ammunition are prohibited in the facility and the classroom. Handguns may be kept at home or in a vehicle with the gun unloaded and encased separately from any ammunition.

[title size=”2″]STUDENT REQUIREMENTS[/title]

In order to qualify for a concealed carry permit, students must meet all state requirements.

For a full list of requirements, please visit the Attorney General’s website.

[title size=”2″]AGE[/title]

Students must be 21 years old to obtain a permit and at least 20 to take the course given the one year expiration date of the certificate.

[title size=”2″]RESIDENCY[/title]

Kansas residents or active military members and their spouses are eligible.

Successful completion of the course does not guarantee a license due to external factors such as past criminal history.

[title size=”2″]SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS[/title]

Non-students are not allowed to attend the course except in extenuating circumstances. For special accommodations, please contact the instructor, Minh Huynh, at (785) 899-4600.

[title size=”2″]COURSE CHECKLIST[/title]

The following items are either required or recommended for the course:

1. Handgun and Ammunition
Students are encouraged to bring their own handgun and ammunition. Students may use any handgun, semi-automatic or revolver. Ammunition can be new from the manufacturer or reloaded.

Students may share handguns to use for the course. If any student does not have access to a handgun, the instructor has a loaner handgun available at no charge. If any student does not have access to ammunition, the instructor has it available at the fee of $25 per 25 rounds.

2. Identification
Please bring a Kansas Drivers License, Kansas Identification Card or Military Identification Card.

3. Ear and Eye Protection
Students are encouraged to bring their own ear and eye protection. Protection is available to those who do not have any.

4. Payment
The $125 course fee is due to Northwest Tech at the time of enrollment. The fees for background check and fingerprint charges are paid to other entities at the time of your application.

5. Refreshments
Students are encouraged to bring bottled water for their convenience throughout the day and lunch due to the limited time available.

All course materials and pens are provided by the instructor.

[title size=”2″]COURSE SCHEDULE[/title]

Saturday, October 25, 2014
Murray Center, Northwest Tech

8-11 a.m. : Instruction
11-11:30 a.m. : Lunch
11:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. : Instruction

These are tentative time frames due to the nature of the course. There are 10 minute breaks allowed for every hour of instruction. All times are MST.

[title size=”2″]ENROLLMENT INFORMATION[/title]

You may pay by submitting check or cash to the Northwest Tech billing office prior to the course. The course fee is non- refundable.

Fill out the enrollment form here.

Class is limited to 30 students. Reserve your spot today!

For further enrollment information, please contact Northwest Tech at (785) 890-3641.

For further course information, please contact Minh Huynh at (785) 899-4600.