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Frequently Asked Questions

Brevard Gun Training Frequently Asked Questions!

Yes, there are. First of all, you should be aware that, as noted above, you are limited in many states as to the type of weapon that you can conceal. Many states allow concealed carry of handguns or pistols only.

Most states' gun laws prohibit carrying concealed weapons into such places as schools, bars, courthouses etc. Florida's list of designated "No Carry" places is found in Section 790.06(12), Florida Statutes.

A licensee planning to travel to another state should consult that state's laws or call a law enforcement agency in that state to find out precisely what carry restrictions apply. Also, if you are a member of the USCCA they have a great app that alerts you once you have crossed state lines and informs you on what laws are now in place.

No, the department is now expediting all Florida concealed weapon or firearm license applications submitted by active military members and veterans.

Active military personnel who want to apply for a concealed weapon license should include a copy of their Common Access Card or other form of official military identification with their applications. The department will also accept a copy of service members' current orders as proof of active duty status.

Honorably discharged veterans should submit a copy of their DD 214 long form with their applications.

Your Florida concealed weapon or firearm license is valid for a period of seven (7) years. Approximately 150 days prior to the expiration date of your license, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) will send you a renewal form with complete instructions.
The turnaround time for processing a concealed weapon license application is approximately 50 to 55 days. Florida standard policy is to process pending applications in the order in which they arrive into their mail room. Please be aware that by law the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) has 90 days from the date on which we receive a complete application to either issue a license or deny the application. In most cases, they issue licenses well before the 90-day deadline, but an increase in the volume of applications being submitted may cause longer turnaround times. The time required to process your application will significantly increase if they encounter that your application is incomplete, your fingerprints are illegible, or if your background check results are inconclusive.
After receiving an official Concealed Carry Certificate of Completion through Brevard Gun Training you are now able to apply for your concealed weapons permit in the state of Florida. Please visit the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services to find applications, fees, and office locations near you.
We recommend going to a shooting range and renting as many firearms as possible before choosing one to purchase. Talk to other firearm owners and take recommendations. Choose the firearm that feels right for you. Each firearm is different in size, weight, caliber etc. It is good to keep in mind if you want a firearm to specifically carry or just for home protection.
Yes. It is our instructor’s responsibility to make sure that each individual who takes our class is a solid and responsible citizen. If for any reason the instructor feels that one is messing around, not taking the class information seriously, or making any kind of “red flag” comments, our USCCA instructors by law have the power to disqualify you from the course without a refund. Also, it is a requirement that all students are able to handle, load, unload, shoot the target, and practice basic range safety measures in order to receive certificate of completion. If one cannot do so, the instructors will work with the individual until they pass (this can take up to more than one day depending on the individual).
Brevard Gun Training supplies everything for you. We recommend eating a solid meal before arriving to the class and we also encourage you to bring a water bottle to drink.
The class is 4 hours long. 3 hours in the classroom and about 1 hour in the range.
No. Brevard Gun Training supplies the gun rental and all ammo for you in the class. If you own a gun and prefer to use it in the range, we ask that you bring it unloaded in a locked case. You must purchase specific ammunition at the range; you cannot bring your own.
  1. You must be 21 years of age or older.
  2. You must be able to demonstrate competency with a firearm.
  3. Unless you are serving overseas in the United States Armed Forces, you must currently reside in the United States (U.S.) AND be a U.S. citizen or deemed a lawful permanent resident alien by Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS). If you are serving overseas in the U.S. Armed Forces, submit a copy of your deployment documentation with your application. Those who are 'Resident Aliens' must provide a valid Permanent Resident Alien card.

The first step to getting your concealed carry permit is to take the 4 hour course taught by a trained firearm instructor(s) certified through the NRA or the USCCA, which costs between $80 and $100 dollars a person depending on what the instructor includes in the course (range and ammunition etc.) In this course you learn the basics, in detail, on how guns work and operate, state gun laws, situational awareness, and how to pass a proper gun competency test which is completed after the course in a gun range. Upon completion of the course you will receive a certificate which you will need when applying for your permit.

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