Utah Concealed Firearm License Class at Dunham’s Bay

Saturday October 28th – 9am – 2pm;  Dunham’s Bay Fish & Game Club – Ridge Rd. – Queensbury NY

 Limited Seating.  Pre-registration and Pre-payment is required

 The State of Utah has reciprocity agreements with 30+ other states for its concealed firearm permit.  With this permit you can legally carry concealed firearms in those reciprocity states, as governed by each state’s local laws and regulations.  A New York State pistol license is not required; however, the Utah permit is not valid for carry in New York State.  Utah requires license applicants to take a pre-license firearm familiarity and safety class from a certified instructor.  The Utah permit is valid for 5 years and costs $67 (our pre-license class fees are not included).

This 4 to 5-hour class is taught by a certified firearms instructor and will include:

  • General familiarity instruction with the types of firearms to be concealed, including basic handgun safety training, and
  • Review of Federal and Utah State codes, rules, and regulations that pertain to firearms.

Class fee is $125 and must be pre-paid.  Participants will receive:

  • Utah concealed firearm license application packet; you are responsible for applying
  • The Instructor’s certification stamp on your Utah permit application (required with application)
  • Fingerprints taken on Utah’s fingerprint card
  • Professional Passport-style ID photos, required for Utah application
  • A copy of the course of instruction on CD

Our Certified Firearms Instructor, Tom Harig, is a nationally known criminologist with 35+ years of professional experience. He has worked in New York State’s criminal justice agencies; has been a national trainer in numerous events for the US Department of Justice; and has been a trainer and consultant to numerous State and local criminal justice agencies across the country. He is a Certified Firearms Instructor by the National Rifle Association, and he is a Certified Concealed Firearms Instructor by the State of Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

For more Information, pre-registration, and pre-payment of class fees, contact Tom by:


Upcoming Basic Pistol Safety Course at Dunham’s Bay

Saturday October 21st – 9:00am – 3:00pm

Pre-registration and Pre-Payment is required

This course teaches the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude for owning and operating a pistol safely.  The all-day course includes classroom and range time learning to shoot revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. Students learn rules for safe gun handling; pistol parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; range rules; actual shooting from the bench rest position, and two handed standing positions; and cleaning the pistol.

Because this is a hands-on live-fire handgun shooting course, participants must possess a New York State License to Carry Pistol.  The class fee is $130.  Pre-registration and pre-payment is required.  Seating is limited.  Photographs and fingerprints are not provided in this class.

Participants will receive a certificate acknowledging their completion of a firearm safety and training course conducted by a certified firearm instructor.  This is typically adequate proof of firearm training required for a non-resident firearm license in states like Arizona, Florida, Maine, and Virginia, although we do not guarantee acceptance by any particular state.  It is, of course, solely the individual’s responsibility to ensure that they meet the application requirements for each license they seek.

Our Certified Firearms Instructor, Tom Harig, is a nationally known criminologist with 35+ years of professional experience. He has worked in New York State’s criminal justice agencies; has been a national trainer in numerous events for the US Department of Justice; and has been a trainer and consultant to numerous State and local criminal justice agencies across the country. He is a Certified Firearms Instructor by the National Rifle Association, and he is a Certified Concealed Firearms Instructor by the State of Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

For more Information, pre-registration, and pre-payment of class fees, contact Tom by:


HR 218 Course

Day: Friday, September 15, 2017

Time: 8:00 am Sharp

Price:

Club members: $30.00

Non-Members $40.00 and $20.00 = $60.00

Price is for two weapons shoot. Cash or Check.

Please note you MUST bring your retirement ID! 

Equipment Needed:

  • Good Outside the pants Holster
  • 50 Rounds Per Weapon (More if you’re a bad shot)
  • Magazines Pouches would be nice for Semi-Autos
  • Eyes and Ears

Serious Note:

!!!!!   NO FIRST TIME WEAPONS PLEASE   !!!!!!

If you have never fired the weapon before DONT BRING IT  Make sure it’s a weapon you are very familiar with and have shot before. 

​Any questions Call or Email Steve 518-852-2777   steve@keeplock.com



Youth Hunter Education Challenge


Johnsburg’s Jr. Outdoor Club will be hosting their first annual Y.H.E.C. at the Johnsburg Fish and Game Club on Saturday, August 19, 2017.  Please register by Aug. 1, 2017

Y.H.E.C stands for Youth Hunter Education Challenge. There are 8 events in which youth will compete in a 1 day competition. The events are:  rifle, shotgun, muzzle loading, archery, wildlife identification, hunter responsibility, hunter safety and orienteering.

Y.H.E.C was started in 1985 by the NRA to further our youth’s knowledge on hunting and outdoor skills, and  it is considered one of the most comprehensive programs of its type in North America. More than 1.2 million youth, from 33 states and Canadian provinces, have participated in the program since it began in 1985.

Please email Erika Patton epatton516@outlook.com, or visit yhec.nra.org for additional information.




Utah Concealed Firearm License Class

Coming in October, 2017
Dunham’s Bay Fish & Game Club – Ridge Rd. – Queensbury NY
Limited Seating. Pre-registration and Pre-payment is required

The State of Utah has reciprocity agreements with 30+ other states for its concealed firearm permit. With this permit you can legally carry concealed firearms in those reciprocity states, as governed by each state’s local laws and regulations. A New York State pistol license is not required; however, the Utah permit is not valid for carry in New York State. Utah requires license applicants to take a pre-license firearm familiarity and safety class from a certified instructor. The Utah permit is valid for 5 years and costs $49 (our pre-license class fees are not included).

This 4 to 5-hour class is taught by a certified firearms instructor and will include:

 General familiarity instruction with the types of firearms to be concealed, including basic handgun safety training, and

 Review of Federal and Utah State codes, rules, and regulations that pertain to firearms.

Class fee is $125 and must be pre-paid. Participants will receive:

 Utah concealed firearm license application packet; you are responsible for applying

 The Instructor’s certification stamp on your Utah permit application (required with application)

 Fingerprints taken on Utah’s fingerprint card

 Professional Passport-style ID photos, required for Utah application

 A copy of the course of instruction on CD

Our Certified Firearms Instructor, Tom Harig, is a nationally known criminologist with 35+ years of professional experience. He has worked in New York State’s criminal justice agencies; has been a national trainer in numerous events for the US Department of Justice; and has been a trainer and consultant to numerous State and local criminal justice agencies across the country. He is a Certified Firearms Instructor by the National Rifle Association, and he is a Certified Concealed Firearms Instructor by the State of Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

For more Information, pre-registration, and pre-payment of class fees, contact Tom by:

Email: TJH.Tactical.Training@gmail.com

Phone: (518) 222-7393


Basic Pistol Safety and Training Course

Coming in October, 2017
Dunham’s Bay Fish & Game Club – Ridge Rd. – Queensbury NY
Pre-registration and Pre-Payment is required

This course teaches the basic knowledge, skills, and attitude for owning and operating a pistol safely. The all-day course includes classroom and range time learning to shoot revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. Students learn rules for safe gun handling; pistol parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; range rules; actual shooting from the bench rest position, and two handed standing positions; and cleaning the pistol.

Because this is a hands-on live-fire handgun shooting course, participants must possess a New York State License to Carry Pistol. The class fee is $130. Pre-registration and pre-payment is required. Seating is limited. Photographs and fingerprints are not provided in this class.

Participants will receive a certificate acknowledging their completion of a firearm safety and training course conducted by a certified firearm instructor. This is typically adequate proof of firearm training required for a non-resident firearm license in states like Arizona, Florida, Maine, and Virginia, although we do not guarantee acceptance by any particular state. It is, of course, solely the individual’s responsibility to ensure that they meet the application requirements for each license they seek.

Our Certified Firearms Instructor, Tom Harig, is a nationally known criminologist with 35+ years of professional experience. He has worked in New York State’s criminal justice agencies; has been a national trainer in numerous events for the US Department of Justice; and has been a trainer and consultant to numerous State and local criminal justice agencies across the country. He is a Certified Firearms Instructor by the National Rifle Association, and he is a Certified Concealed Firearms Instructor by the State of Utah Bureau of Criminal Identification.

For more Information, pre-registration, and payment of class fees, contact Tom by:

Email: TJH.Tactical.Training@gmail.com

Phone: (518) 222-7393


STEC CALLS FOR REPEAL OF THE SAFE ACT IN 2017

“The SAFE Act is an ill-conceived measure that hurts more than it helps; it is very unpopular throughout upstate communities. At times there are issues where Upstate and New York City do not agree, and the SAFE Act is a prime example. In past budgets there have been policy issues with regional carve-outs, for example the minimum wage initiative and local government assistance programs. Assembly Bill 6140 is drafted on this very premise, allowing New York City to keep the SAFE Act, while repealing the most objectionable portions for upstate and Long Island. As budget negotiations continue this month, I think this initiative should be strongly considered.”