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    Default Training for Renewal?

    I thought that you had to show training for a renewal? I seem to remember posts about if you timed it right, you could use your original training?

    I was looking at the Denver renewal and it doesn't mention a training cert. The new application does.

    Denver still doesn't require an appointment for renewal, right?
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    Your original training certificate is good for 10 years. I've renewed once without having to do anything different, but have yet to cross the ten year mark.
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    I don't think you have to get new training if you already have a valid permit

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    I am over 10 years, no additional training required.

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    It you let your permit lapse too long before renewing you'll be required to provide proof of training.
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    Quote Originally Posted by whitewalrus View Post
    I don't think you have to get new training if you already have a valid permit
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    Quote Originally Posted by DenverGP View Post
    It you let your permit lapse too long before renewing you'll be required to provide proof of training.
    If you renew prior to expiration date you're GTG. A week overdue and it's new cert time.
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    Just renewed after 10 years in Jeffco, no fingerprints or certificate were required. I still have a few months left on my old CHP.

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    Thanks guys. I actually read the law and the requirements for renewal stop right before the training requirement.

    Need to get going on the renewal to make sure I don't have a gap and I can't protect myself from the Magic Mushroom zombies

    As I was looking over the requirements, I realized that I when my son turns 21, he'll probably be more psyched about being able to get a CCW and buy a handgun, than being able to drink legally...
    I'll stop buying black rifles when my wife stops buying black shoes.

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    Actually it depends on the municipality issuing the permit. Arapahoe and Denver will not renew your permit if your training is more than 10 years old because they're dicks.

    The law is ambiguous about this and they purposely play in the grey areas.

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    El Paso county. Original permit 1995. Never had to show proof of current training while renewing.

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