Need to Know, how long is the NRA Safety Course good for?
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  1. Need to Know, how long is the NRA Safety Course good for?

    Took the NRA pistol course in April 2009, Never did file the rest of the paper work..... seems like I got so damn busy I forgot about it.
    Put some money down on a Gluck 23 the other day and now I'm worried that the course is only valid for a year...
    BTW I'm in Saratoga County, NY.
    Any help out there?
    Thanks,
    Rev

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  3. #2
    One year.
    You can run... but you'll just die tired. 3%

  4. Had a feeling that was the case..... Thanks

  5. #4
    Quote Originally Posted by reverendcolin View Post
    Had a feeling that was the case..... Thanks
    For what it's worth. If a client came back to me with that scenario, I'd most likely go over the test with them again and issue a new certificate for a small fee. But that's just me.
    You can run... but you'll just die tired. 3%

  6. I'm going to give a call this morning and see just what I can do.....
    Thanks for the info... will let you know how it wows out.

  7. #6
    NRA Basic? the certificates do not expire....

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    If they don't expire, then it's the pistol clerks/dept that want to see it done within a year.....I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ImpeachObama View Post
    If they don't expire, then it's the pistol clerks/dept that want to see it done within a year.....I believe.
    Exactly.
    You can run... but you'll just die tired. 3%

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    I don't know about Saratoga county, but in Oneida county it has to be within 3 years. NY is wierd in that every county has its own rules. Depends on the issuing agent (usually a judge)

  11. I used my NRA Basic certificate which i received 21 years ago last year when i got my Florida non-resident permit.

    Thanks
    JG

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