FIREARMS REQUALIFICATION

FIREARMS REQUALIFICATION

6 Month Shootings, 1st Caliber ($45)
2 Year Renewal of Firearms Permit ($50)
Additional Calibers ($45 Each)

Firearm permits expire two years from the date of issuance.

An applicant must requalify four times during the life of the permit:

• Twice during the first year after the date of issuance
• Twice during the second year

Requalifications must be at least four months apart.

Applicants with a current firearm permit who are completing either of the three semi-annual range qualifications are not required to complete the two hour refresher course nor take the written exam. They are required only to complete the semi-annual range qualifications. Applicants with a current firearm permit who are completing their fourth semi-annual range qualification for the purpose of renewing a firearm permit must also complete a two hour refresher course and pass the the written examination. Firearm permits expire two years from the date of issuance. Thereafter, in order to possess a valid firearm permit, the permit must be renewed. Students wishing to review a firearm permit must file an application for renewal at lease 60 days before the date of expiration. Firearm permits may be renewed under the following conditions:

The licensee or registrant has filed a completed application for renewal, signed and dated under penalty of perjury, certifying that information on the application is tru and correct.

The licensee or registrant has successfully passed the written examination, contained in the Firearm Training Manual issued by the Department of Consumer Affairs and taught at a bureau-certified facility. The passing score is 85% or 44 correct answers out of 51 questions.