Dian Valencic NRA Instructor


Arizona Concealed Carry Weapon Permit Class

4-hour class!


Self-Defense and the Law


Arizona Law states you can carry concealed without a permit (some exceptions apply).


If you have a gun to protect you and your family,

 do you know the Law so that you are hard to convict.


Applying for an AZ CCW Permit is optional.  

.   We provide AZCCW application and fingerprinting.

All it takes is a single incident of oversight, sloppy gun handling, or lousy gear and you can find yourself without a permit at best and in jail at worst.  And heaven help you if you have a negligent discharge or pull your gun without proper legal justification.  Make those mistakes and you may end up in prison!

AZ CCW Permit Qualifications:


To  qualify for an AZ CCW Permit under ARS 13-3112, you must:

1.       Be a United States citizen, a resident alien (valid green card)

2.     Be 21 years of age or older

3.     Not under indictment for and have never been convicted of a felony

4.     Not suffer from mental illness and never have been adjudicated mental incompetent or  committed to a mental institution

5.    Not be unlawfully present in the United States


Click here:  Questions regarding Arizona Concealed Carry Permit

The Concealed Weapons Permit Unit (CWPU) operates under:

Class covers:
  • Firearms Safety
  •  Developing a personal and home protection plan
  • Self-Defense firearms basics
  • Arizona laws and legal issues
  • Justification
  • Complete application packet for AZ CCW Permit
  • Fingerprinting

Arizona Concealed Carry Weapon Permit Class:

Location: Wickenburg Sportsmen's Club
              1385 Constellation Road
      Wickenburg, AZ 85390

Time: 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Cost: $79.00 per person

 Saturday November 18, 2017

Must register in advance:

Print registration form to mail: Click for Registration Form

Upcoming Schedule of Events

For more information contact Dian at: dian@freedomworksusa.us or 866 933-2230.

Arizona Constitutional Carry Law

"Freedom To Carry"

"The right of the individual to bear arms in defense of himself or the state shall not be impaired."

Arizona Constitutional Article II, Section26

What this new law means to you.


It is now legal to carry a firearm concealed on yourself or within your immediate control in a means of transportation for those who can legally bear arms.

 There are still places where you must have a valid CCW permit in order to carry.

 How can an Arizona Concealed Carry Permit benefit you?

 * The new law affects "carrying" a weapon. Laws that deal with the use of deadly force, justification, and displaying a   
   weapon are still in effect.

 * Education & Training: Firearms safety and gun handling are extremely important. Knowing the laws and legal issues
    regarding firearms and self defense are crucial.

 * You do not have to go through a background check when purchasing a firearm.

 * Allows you carry concealed into an establishment that serves alcohol for consumption such as restaurants. But you
   may not consume alcohol if you are carrying a concealed weapon.

 * Reciprocity: You can carry a concealed weapon within any of the 32 states Arizona has reciprocity with.

 * Gun Free School Zones: Federal law prohibits carrying a loaded firearm within a 1000 ft. of school property unless you
   have a valid permit issued from the state the school zone is located.

 * During contact with Law Enforcement, such as a routine traffic stop, presenting a valid CCW permit lets the officer
    know you have had training and you have passed a background check.


Regardless of your circumstances, whether it is a concern about crime in your area, well-founded fears about the state releasing violent criminals early, troubles from an abusive ex-spouse or bothersome stalkers, or a sincere desire to learn more about personal protection, training is a must.

 Furthermore, we have a free lifetime retake policy. At any time in the future you can sit in on any of our classes for a free refresher! This allows you to feel confident when you finally decide to apply for your permit.



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