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Utah Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP) Class

Utah CFP Class Overview: The structure and content of this class is established by the State of Utah and is mandatory for residents and non-residents applying for a Utah Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP).

Class Length & Topics: 4+ Hours - This class is comprised of 4 hours of classroom instruction in which the instructor will cover Application Process, Firearm Safety, Situational Awareness and Applicable Law. One additional hour (may be less or more time) will be spent fingerprinting each student. NO LIVE-FIRE!

Class Fee: $60.00 Per Person - The Utah Application Form, Certification Stamp, Addressed Mailing Envelope and Utah Fingerprint Card are provided for each student and included in this fee! Each student will also be fingerprinted free of charge.





Utah CFP Overview: The Utah Concealed Firearm Permit(CFP) allows the permit holder to carry their firearm concealed at any of the 31 reciprocating states (listed below). This permit currently DOES NOT allow the permit holder to carry their firearm in Maryland, but it would allow him/her to carry in most of Maryland's surrounding states and many more.

Utah CFP MINIMUM Requirements: Applicants must be 21 years of age or older. Applicants must have no criminal record or recent conviction for alcohol related incidents. Applicants must be legally able to purchase a firearm under current Federal Laws.

Utah CFP Application Process:
1. Utah CFP Class - Details Above
2. Application Submission to the State of Utah - Applicants must mail the following documents to the state of Utah: Utah Application Form, Certification Stamp, Utah Fingerprint Card, a photocopy of their driver's license or state issued ID, one passport quality photo measuring approximately 2"x2". Utah Charges a $51.00 Application Fee per applicant.

*Your Utah Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP) will be mailed to you approximately 60 days after submission.  A Utah Concealed Firearm Permit (CFP) is valid for 5 years once issued.


*These states may change at any time. It is up to the individual permit holder to check the Utah's Bureau of Criminal Identification's website for an updated list.