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We are now Authorized to perform the
NYS MAndated 16 +2 hour pistol permit course  for:
Saratoga County,     albany County,               Town of Colonie,      Fulton County,
Schenectady County,
Rensselaer county,  Warren County
AND
Washington County


518-595-9486      or     518-889-9704

Training For Everyday Success!

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CERTIFIED

We offer up to date “Certified” Firearms Training for everyday success. We offer an assortment of Firearms Training Classes for all levels of mastery, ranging from CCW(Carry of Concealed Weapon) to Advanced Defensive Pistol training! We have a Team of seasoned certified firearms instructors with years of training experience ready for you!

this is for the new 16 hr (classroom) + 2 Hr (shooting) pistol permit course required by nys ! 

$400

Upcoming Pistol Permit Clases

  • 2/18/23 - 2/19/23 - NYS Mandated 16+2 Hr Pistol Permit Course
    Feb 18, 8:00 AM EST – Feb 19, 5:00 PM EST
    Saratoga Springs PBA Range, 5 Bliven Way, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866, USA
    Register at www.shooter.report Click on Login/Register Button to create account and view Events

*************IMPORTANT NOTE FOR APPLICANTS*************

Your enrollment and participation in the New York State Pistol Permit Safety Course does not guarantee that a concealed carry license will be issued to you. Successful completion of the New York State Pistol Permit Safety Course is just one of several requirements for the issuance of  a concealed carry license.

An applicant who has successfully complete BOTH parts of the New York State Pistol Permit Safety Course must submit a complete application packet to the Sheriff’s Office in which he or she requests the issuance of a concealed carry license.  The submission of the required paperwork initiates a process and investigation into the applicant’s:

  • Background;

  • Character and fitness;

  • Mental health history;

  • Criminal history 

  • Moral character;

  • Immigration/naturalization status;

  • Military experience and discharge status;

  • Ability to follow directions and abide by the instructions of the Sheriff’s Pistol License Office and the Licensing Officer/Judge

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