Utah Concealed Carry class set for April 29 at Giovanni’s

April 17, 2013

Staff Report

State Rep. Joe Sosnowski, R-Belvidere, will host a Utah Concealed Carry class with SAFE Gun Permits LLC at Giovanni’s Restaurant, 610 N. Bell School Road, Rockford from 6 to 10 p.m., April 29. Register at www.safegunpermits.com/classes. Seats are limited and pre-registration is required.

The company SAFE Gun Permits LLC will teach the class, take necessary photos, fingerprint and mail all student applications. Once a student obtains his or her permit, they will be able to carry a concealed firearm in 31 states (including every state that touches Illinois).

Many students ask if this will suffice for the impending Illinois permit. This answer to that question will not be known until Illinois passes a concealed carry law. Once Illinois passes a law, Illinois residents will not be able to obtain a Utah non-resident permit until they obtain their home state permit first.

Within the Illinois bill, House Bill 997, it does state that Illinois residents with an out-of-state permit can carry in Illinois for the first 180 days of the enactment of the Illinois law. This is, however, subject to change before the enactment of the Illinois law.

Contact Craig Celia at 855-355-SAFE (7233) or e-mail at craig@safegunpermits.com.

Staff ReportState Rep. Joe Sosnowski, R-Belvidere, will host a Utah Concealed Carry class with SAFE Gun Permits LLC at Giovanni’s Restaurant, 610 N. Bell School Road, Rockford from 6 to 10 p.m., April 29. Register at www.safegunpermits.com/classes. Seats are limited and pre-registration is required.The company SAFE Gun Permits LLC will teach the class, take necessary photos, fingerprint and mail all student applications. Once a student obtains his or her permit, they will be able to carry a concealed firearm in 31 states (including every state that touches Illinois).Many students ask if this will suffice for the impending Illinois permit. This answer to that question will not be known until Illinois passes a concealed carry law. Once Illinois passes a law, Illinois residents will not be able to obtain a Utah non-resident permit until they obtain their home state permit first. Within the Illinois bill, House Bill 997, it does state that Illinois residents with an out-of-state permit can carry in Illinois for the first 180 days of the enactment of the Illinois law. This is, however, subject to change before the enactment of the Illinois law.Contact Craig Celia at 855-355-SAFE (7233) or e-mail at craig@safegunpermits.com.

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