What type of handgun training is required?
You must show evidence that you attended a handgun training course, some examples include, but are not limited to:
  • Evidence at the time of application that you are a Certified Handgun Instructor
  • Handgun Safety Course offered by a Law Enforcement Agency, or an Institution or Organization or Handgun Training School that is open to the general public and is taught by a Certified Instructor within ten years of your application
  • Law Enforcement Handgun Training Safety Course
  • Proof of honorable discharge from a branch of the United States Armed Forces within three years of your application
  • Proof of honorable discharge from the United States Armed Forces within ten years of your application which also reflects that you were a marksman, weapons instructor, or had recognized pistol qualifications
A Training Certificate from any class attended, or a copy thereof, must be provided with your Concealed Weapon Permit Application.

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1. Who is eligible?
2. What type of handgun training is required?
3. How much does the permit cost?
4. What type of payment is accepted?
5. Where do I have my signature on the application witnessed?
6. Do I have to get fingerprinted?
7. Do I need to have my picture taken?
8. How long is the permit good for?
9. What if I move?
10. What happens if my permit is lost / stolen / damaged?
11. I am a resident of the State of Colorado, yet I have a permit from another state, is my permit good in the State of Colorado?
12. Is my name entered into any kind of database if I am a Concealed Handgun Permit holder in the State of Colorado?
13. Where can I get more questions answered before or after I have my permit?