Does anyone know of a company/instructor who conducts the 18 hour NY CCW training outside of NY (MD, DE, PA, NJ)? Thanks!
18 HOURS??? I feel for y’all who live in NY, CA, MA, etc. Do y’all have to get a permit and train 18 hours to exercise your 1st amendment rights too??
Welcome to the community btw!
Is it real-world possible to get a NY permit without being a NY resident?
It is if you own/lease property in NY (don’t have to be full-time resident) or work in NY.
OK I’m all for training but 18 Ducking Hours?!?! That isn’t training that’s a deterrent.
Sounds more like day one of boot camp!
Don’t forget about IL
Thankfully we need only 16 hr…
…firearms training course or combination of courses approved by the Department of at least 16 hours, which includes range qualification time…
430 ILCS 66/75, Sec. 75.
@DB14 - Welcome to the Community.
Good luck finding your combination (NY CCW taken outside NY).
Hopefully somebody here knows the answer.
Welcome to the family brother @DB14 and we are glad to have you onboard. I wish I could help you with this. Maybe you can call this company Home - Olinville Arms (websiteusadev.com) They can probably lead you in the right direction.
@DB14 Welcome to the community
Exactly what I was thinking!
Come to Mississippi. Our permit is locked up at the Smithsonian. Look at Amendment #2. You’ll see our permit right there.
Permit is just a piece of paper. People get permits and still have no idea how to carry the firearm… sometimes even more - they don’t know how to shoot. I don’t want think about people who don’t need any permit and think they don’t need any training as well.
I don’t care if somebody has this permit or doesn’t need one. I do care how this person handle the firearm, how he / she operates it and how safely shoots. Responsibility comes from the head, not from the plastic or paper kept in the wallet.
You still shouldn’t be required to have “PERMISSION” (CCP) to exercise a Constitutional Right. Where is your 1st Amendment permit?
I know it is not something we should discuss… however in my opinion carrying deadly weapon should be somehow controlled. Was it really hard for me to apply for FOID an then spend 16 hrs talking / listening / discussing gun laws with Instructor? Nope, definitely no. And I really value those 16 hrs.
But that is me. This is my freedom to express my feeling about it.