I'm very good with paperwork, I have recent prints on file with Morpho, and I can take care of the photo requirement myself, but if the $295 cost of the NRA CCW class is any guide, that plus 400 rounds of 357 Mag is going to run me well over $500 all by itself. I'm not adding in the cost of taking my endorsement references to lunch, for fear that that might be characterized as a bribe
My local USPO is in a leased building on a privately owned lot, and I don't see any such sign(s). Which raises an interesting question: on leased or rented real property, who gets to decide whether or not firearms are allowed on premise; the owner, the lessee, both? Or is it contingent on the terms of the lease/rental agreement?
I don't see anything. I use this link for current session decisions:
It wouldn't surprise me if they delay those for a while (maybe next session). They might think that it would be a good idea to allow the current chaos at the state level that has resulted from affirming that Constitution actually means what it says to subside a bit before instigating more
Thats why I suspect the first wave of applicants have to throw everything and kitchen sink at it, which unfortunately costs an arm and a leg. I would be VERY surprised if the initial "package" of training, quals, paperwork help, BS photos etc put together by the ranges costs substantially less than $1000.