Utah Bureau of Criminal Investigations Concealed Firearms Permit (CFP)
The (our) Utah "CCW" course is five hours long, classroom only. A prerequisite for this course is the NRA Basic Pistol course, or its equavalent. Course participants are expected to have an understanding of, and familiarity / proficiency with the safe handling of firearms.
Fingerprinting as required by the state of Utah is included in the course fee.
The Utah non-resident permit is accepted in a number of states. Some states have specific residency requirements on who can carry in their state with a UT permit. Meaning, even though a state may recognize the permit of another state, it may have a requirement the holder of that permit be a resident of that state he or she holds that permit for. We encourage all Utah CCW applicants and CCW holders to frequently check the Utah Bureau of Criminal Investigation ( BCI ) site as reciprocal and recognition agreements sometimes change. Please see below for links to the Utah BCI pages that cover recognition or reciprocity with other states, and a link to the UT CCW application - which we also provide in the class.