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Ello, just found the forums via iPhone app. I currently live in Ann arbor. I am looking to soon get my instructor credentials to teach CPL classes here in Michigan
 

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I thought everyone in AA was a tree huggin' kommie pinko??
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Ann Arbor - Firearm instructor, isn't that an Oxymoron?

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE learn the nuances of the screwy MI firearm laws. I have yet to find a CPL instructor that correctly knows the law.
 

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Welcome to the forum from Texas :)
I lived in Plano for a little bit, love Texas. I purchase a pistol before my move. I actually left before I could get it "inspected" by Detroit police. I called them once I moved and asked about it, they said I was in the hands of Texas law now. That's when I found out, no registration in Texas. The guy at the gun range just smiled when I asked him and said "welcome to Texas"
 

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Ann Arbor - Firearm instructor, isn't that an Oxymoron?

PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE learn the nuances of the screwy MI firearm laws. I have yet to find a CPL instructor that correctly knows the law.
My cpl class instructor brought in a lawyer for the legalities of cpl ownership. He of course offered his services if we ever found ourself in hot water with the law. Is this typical for a cpl class ?
 

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I lived in Plano for a little bit, love Texas. I purchase a pistol before my move. I actually left before I could get it "inspected" by Detroit police. I called them once I moved and asked about it, they said I was in the hands of Texas law now. That's when I found out, no registration in Texas. The guy at the gun range just smiled when I asked him and said "welcome to Texas"
Haha ya theres no waits on the guns I buy pistol or rifle no registration just full out a paper one paper and you can buy as many as want also two three or ten :)
 

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Welcome from Florida.
 

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My cpl class instructor brought in a lawyer for the legalities of cpl ownership. He of course offered his services if we ever found ourself in hot water with the law. Is this typical for a cpl class ?
No it is not... on the local forum, there was even a report from someone that took a class where a lawyer taught the legal portion, and the lawyer didn't know the law either :( I struggled to find a class for my father in law, and every single person and business I contacted, except for one, got one or more of my questions wrong. The one that got all the questions right, cancelled the class and never bothered to notify me :(
 

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Hello from Grand Rapids. When me and my wife took our Cpl class they brought a lawyer in for the legal part of the class. He was very helpfull and we could ask any questions and he had an answer. He gave us his business card and i still have it in my wallet right now.
 
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