Lansing CPL Classes and class dates - michiganccwclass.com
CPL Classes: $85.00 Full Class Fee (no hidden fees) for our Lansing and Saint Johns Locations
We also teach CPL Classes for the Gun River Conservation Club in Plainwell
One day classes - Arrive at 7:45am and leave between 5 - 6pm - Walk out with your Certificate of Completion
We provide everything needed for the class (handgun, ammunition, safety equipment, range usage)
No Class Fee Deposit or Full Class Fee required prior to attending our CPL / CCW Classes
All of our CPL / CCW Classes taught by current Law Enforcement Officials
who are all NRA Certified Instructors. Click here to Learn more about our Instructors.
All of our Instructors are approved by all gun boards in all counties in the State of Michigan.
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"A free people ought.... to be armed"
GEORGE WASHINGTON, SPEECH JANUARY 7th.. IN THE BOSTON CHRONICLE, JANUARY 14, 1790.
CPL \ CCW CLASSES WE TEACH IN LANSING, MICHIGAN
Michigan, Lansing: We teach CPL / CCW Classes in Lansing near the Capital Regional Airport at the intersection of DeWitt and State Roads. When you register for one of our classes, we will e-mail you a confirmation with directions to our class site. You can also print the information and directions from this page.
The cost of our Lansing CPL Classes is $80.00.
PLEASE NOTE: The Airport is doing some construction for several months. July 12th is the last one. So we are holding Saint Johns CPL Classes every 3 weeks until the Airport opens back up.
2014: Lansing (CPL Class): each class can hold 42 attendees
Last Updated: 07/17/2014 01:32 PM -0700
Read below about our Lansing CPL Class below
Our instructors and staff believe that the citizens of the state of Michigan have a right to keep and
bear arms under both the Michigan and the United States Constitution.
Our classes are of high quality and have the most qualified Instructors in Michigan. Unlike classes held with other Instructors, everything needed for this class is provided by us; handguns (Ruger Mark 3 - 22 caliber target pistols), ammunition and safety equipment. After all, we want to make sure that no one is a victim and that all qualified Michigan citizens are allowed the chance to obtain their CPL / CCW License.
NEW POLICY AS OF JANUARY 9th, 2011: Please do not bring your own firearm, as we know the reliability and the functioning of the firearms we provide and that are utilized by us. You may bring your own safety equipment.
PLEASE READ: Lansing offers a smaller class size, 42, but unfortunately the overhead costs remain fixed. It is important that the classes remain full or we will have to discontinue giving them at that location. With this in mind, do not sign up for Lansing unless you are coming. If you don’t cancel by confirmation day (the Tuesday before class) we won’t let you sign up for that location again, you will have to attend Saint Johns (15 extra miles) or Plainwell.
THIS IS YOUR ATTENDANCE EMAIL FOR OUR
OUR LANSING CPL CLASS
We have no secrets… here it is in writing
If you are a No-Show you have taken someone’s spot. Please remember to call if you are not attending. It is the responsible thing to do...and if you don’t, you will pre-pay next time you register for class.
The information in this email includes: payment information, class information, directions to class site.
In this email you will find a downloadable Michigan Concealed Pistol Application needed to apply for your
Michigan CPL License.
CLASSES ARE HELD EVEN IT RAINS, STORMS, IS HOT OR SNOWS
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If you want to attend one of our Lansing CPL Classes, you must please read this!
One (1) spot has been saved in our __________ Lansing CPL Class for the following: Thomas Sawyer. It is okay if this is not your exact legal name. During class, each person prints their legal name on a white piece of paper for their Certificate of Completion.
Mark your CPL class date on your calendar: __________.
Mark your “Attendance Confirmation Date” on your calendar: _________.. This is the date you are to call us at 989.224.3210 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know you are still attending the Saturday, __________ Lansing CPL Class. Extremely important: Read “the top of this email."
TAKE THIS PHONE NUMBER WHEN YOU LEAVE FOR CLASS
1. This phone number is the personal cell phone of Robert Sipple, Chief Firearm’s Instructor.
2. If you have trouble with directions on the way to the class location on class day, call this phone number and Robert will help you with directions. ONLY call this number for directions on the way to class. All other calls should be made to our office at 989.224.3210.
3. If you arrive to the class location after 8:00am, call this phone number and an Instructor will come out and open the gate for you.
4. Do not give Instructor Robert Sipple's cell phone number out to family, friends or anyone else for any reason. Thank you!
5. Since you are an attendee of one of our CPL Classes, you are always welcome to email Robert at email@example.com or call Robert (on the business phone 989.224.3210) for answers to questions you may have!
Full class fee is $80.00 per person and you pay on class day at the beginning of class. There are no hidden fees. We provide everything you need for the CPL Class, which includes the handguns (Ruger Mark 3 Target Pistols - 22 caliber), ammunition, safety equipment, NRA 200 Page Book.
HOW CAN I PAY MY $80.00 FULL CLASS FEE WHEN I ARRIVE TO CLASS?
We accept checks, money orders and cash at the class location. Checks and money orders should be made out to EAG, Inc. (Educational Assistance Group, Inc) We do not accept credit cards.
WHAT IF I FIND OUT DURING CLASS I HAVE A DISQUALIFIER THAT WILL KEEP ME FROM GETTING MY CPL LICENSE… CAN I GET MY CLASS FEE RETURNED TO ME?
No, we do not give refunds after class begins. Please check for any disqualifiers that may be on your record and prevent you from receiving your CPL License, such as: domestic assault, drunk driving, reckless driving, etc. If you are not sure if something is on your record, you can go to www.michigan.gov/ichat enter information and for $10.00 receive your criminal record if you have one. If you are not sure if something in your past would prevent you from obtaining your CPL License, please feel free to call us at 989.224.3210 and ask. Click here to see the listing of disqualifiers: click here.
DIRECTIONS TO CLASS LOCATION AND
CLASS ATTENDANCE TIME
WHAT TIME DO I NEED TO ARRIVE TO THE CLASS?
Arrive at 7:45am at the Lansing class location, which is Gate 10 at the corner of State and DeWitt Roads in Lansing. See pictures 2 and 3 below. Class starts at 8:00am.
HOW DO I GET TO THE CLASS LOCATION?
For a map to the Capital Region International Airport Range (this is not the Lansing Police Department Range... it is a separate range located inside the airport perimeter) in Lansing click here. You can move the slide bar on the left side of the map to zoom in or zoom out, to get the directions you need depending on where you are coming from. The address of 2300 West State Road, zip 48906 on the map, is the location of the gate (Gate 10), where you enter the airport facility.
As well, here are pictures and directions when you get to DeWitt and State Roads in Lansing:
If you are coming from westbound State Road… first you will come to the Stop Sign of State and DeWitt (Picture 1). Across the intersection you will see a “No Outlet Sign” (Picture 2) and beyond that is Gate 10 (Picture 3).
If you are heading north or south on DeWitt Road (MLK Boulevard) in Lansing… turn into the “No Outlet” portion or State Road (Picture 2) which will either be left or right if you are coming north or south. If you are coming North, it will be a left turn… if you are coming South, it will be a right turn.
Remember: There is a closed circuit tv monitor that watches the gate. The instructors know you are parked there and will open the gate at 7:45am for check-in. Class starts at 8:00am.
WHAT ADDRESS DO I PUT IN MY GPS?
The address of 2300 West State Road, Lansing, zip 48906 on the map is the location of the gate (Gate 10), where you enter the airport facility. There is NOT a building there, just a gate… Gate 10.
HOW DO I ENTER THE AIRPORT FACILITY?
To enter the facility you must use Gate #10 at the corner of DeWitt and State Roads. The Range is a secure facility and class members need to be checked in at the gate. Two instructors open the gate at 7:45am and as you pull up to the gate, they mark your name off the class roster that is prepared by us before class day. The instructors will then escort you to the class location and show you where you can park.
There is a closed circuit tv monitor that watches the gate. The Instructors know you are parked there and will open the gate at 7:45am.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING WITH ME TO CLASS?:
Everything needed for this class is provided by us. The only things you need to bring are:
1. Your $80.00 class fee per person (check, cash or money order)
2. Clothing appropriate for the weather outdoors. Also, (no low cut tops or sandals)
3. Some attendees bring a notebook to take notes as well. Taking notes is not required.
4. Snacks to eat during class time if you want. You may snack during class time. We provide coffee and cookies all day. There is a 10 minute break every hour.
5. A bag lunch if you want. We do break for lunch at 11:30am for 1 ¼ hours and
you may leave and go home (if you live close by) or go to a food establishment close by (there are many).
WHERE IS THE RANGE?:
The Range at the Airport is right next to the classroom and is covered in case it is raining or snowing. In the wintertime it is equipped with overhead heaters. You will not be outside long, since most of the range training portion of the class can be done inside and thereby avoiding the cold weather.
WHAT ABOUT HANDGUN USAGE?
The shooting of handguns is required in this class. We will provide the handguns (Ruger Mark 3 Target Pistols - 22 caliber) ammunition, and safety equipment. NEW POLICY AS OF JANUARY 9th, 2011: Please do not bring your own firearm, as we know the reliability and the functioning of the firearms that are utilized. You may bring your own safety equipment.
HOW LONG IS THE CLASS?
The class is an eight (8) hour course that occasionally will run slightly over with larger classes. It starts at 8:00am and ends between 5:00pm and 6:00pm.
CAN I TAPE RECORD OR VIDEO TAPE THE CLASS? We do not allow the recording (audio or visual) of our CPL Classes.
WHAT IS COVERED IN THE CLASS?
a. The safe storage, use and handling of a pistol
b. Ammunition knowledge and the fundamentals of pistol shooting
c. Pistol shooting positions
d. Firearms and the law, including civil liability issues and the use of deadly force
e. Avoiding criminal attack and controlling a violent confrontation
f. All laws that apply to carrying a concealed pistol in this state
g. Firearm selection and finishes (you are able to handle and hold forty or more handguns)
h. Holsters and carry method and selection
i. At least 5 hours of instruction and 3 hours of range time that requires firing at least 98 rounds of ammunition
WHEN DO I GET MY CERTIFICATE OF CLASS COMPLETION?
At the end of class day, you receive a Certificate of Completion that is needed in order to apply for a Michigan Concealed Pistol License. At the beginning of class, you receive a 200 page NRA book. There is no need to return to us. This class is completed in 1 day.
DOWNLOADABLE MICHIGAN CONCEALED LICENSE APPLICATION TO FILL OUT AND TAKE TO YOUR COUNTY CLERK'S OFFICE AFTER YOU ATTEND OUR CPL CLASS.
(You do not have to download this for our class unless you want
to have a copy of it to look at it when the Instructors review it in class)
1) Concealed Pistol Application and Instructions from the Michigan State Police:
2) NOTE: You may fill out the Michigan Concealed License Application before arriving at your County Clerk's Office, BUT, you must sign it in front of your County Clerk's Office Personnel.
We reserve the right to not accept anyone's attendance in our CPL Classes
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