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SCHEELS Legal Heat Concealed Firearm Permit Class
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Date/Time
Saturday, September 6th 2014 - 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Location
Stoney Creek

This class will qualify students to carry a firearm in over 34 different states! At the end of the course students will receive all of the necessary paperwork, photos, prints and certifications needed to obtain the Iowa, Utah and Arizona concealed firearm permits. Legal Heat, one of the largest firearm training companies in the nation, will be instructing the course. 

 
ATTENTION NEBRASKA RESIDENTS: This class will not allow a Nebraska resident to obtain a Nebraska permit (which is required for a Nebraska resident to carry in Nebraska). It will, however, allow you to carry in over 30 other states (including Iowa). 
 
For any questions contact Legal Heat at 877-252-1055 or email them at contact@mylegalheat.com

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