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RECORDS RETENTION
Training Certification and Records Retention Successful course candidates complete a one day classroom instruction followed by a  written test and a firearms certification at the range.  Students are awarded a training  certificate to apply and obtain the “STATE PERMIT TO CARRY A PISTOL”. Students  should keep their certificate and target as proof of attendance and proof of firearms  qualification. The skills you take away from this course, however, are perishable skills. As with any  new learned skill, practice through training keeps the skills fresh and improves overall  performance.  Therefore, it is recommended to keep training records not only to keep  track of your progress, but also to be able to demonstrate in a court of law that you have  kept your skills current and take this training seriously. The list below outlines some of the documents and training you should maintain in your  records. 1. Keep a log of all training, name the training facility, training dates, training  duration, and course syllabus. Obtain a certificate or signed letter from agency  performing the training. 2. Perform a firearms certification on a yearly basis with every carry gun you  intended to use. Document the date, ammunition type (caliber, bullet weight,  mfg.), firearm used in the certification, certification score. This should be done at  least once a year preferably every quarter. 3. Maintenance records should be kept on every gun. Guns occasionally require  maintenance so keep a record of the store/gunsmith, date, and document what  work the gun had done on it. If a gun is returned the manufacturer, document the same for this occurrence. 4. If you participate in a pistol league, document the dates attended. Generally, with most leagues scores and dates are maintained and can be used as proof you  have trained and participated regularly through a league event/s.
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RECORDS RETENTION
Training Certification and Records Retention Successful course candidates complete a one day classroom  instruction followed by a written test and a firearms certification at  the range.  Students are awarded a training certificate to apply and  obtain the “STATE PERMIT TO CARRY A PISTOL”. Students should keep their certificate and target as proof of attendance and proof of  firearms qualification. The skills you take away from this course, however, are perishable  skills. As with any new learned skill, practice through training keeps  the skills fresh and improves overall performance.  Therefore, it is  recommended to keep training records not only to keep track of  your progress, but also to be able to demonstrate in a court of law  that you have kept your skills current and take this training  seriously. The list below outlines some of the documents and training you  should maintain in your records. 1. Keep a log of all training, name the training facility, training  dates, training duration, and course syllabus. Obtain a  certificate or signed letter from agency performing the  training. 2. Perform a firearms certification on a yearly basis with every  carry gun you intended to use. Document the date,  ammunition type (caliber, bullet weight, mfg.), firearm used  in the certification, certification score. This should be done  at least once a year preferably every quarter. 3. Maintenance records should be kept on every gun. Guns  occasionally require maintenance so keep a record of the  store/gunsmith, date, and document what work the gun had  done on it. If a gun is returned the manufacturer, document  the same for this occurrence. 4. If you participate in a pistol league, document the dates  attended. Generally, with most leagues scores and dates  are maintained and can be used as proof you have trained  and participated regularly through a league event/s.
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