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  1. I tell my students not to bother with prints. It's an added expense that just isn't worth it. Buy some ammo and practice your shooting skills instead.
  2. I carry both, simply because when ISP audited our CCW business last year they were adamant that an individual had to carry both cards with them, and didn't seem to know or care about the statute change only requiring physical possession of CCW permit. If ISP FSB didn't know about the change, how many local/county LEOs are aware? Not worth the potential hassle, so I tell all my students to carry both their FOID and CCL.
  3. Ryan Powers, listed as being in Canton, is now in Pekin. Don't know address. One of my CCW students spoke very highly of him.
  4. Boondock Tactical is about 40 miles west/southwest in Fulton County, 13 miles west of Canton, and we are doing renewal classes.
  5. I've been reading this post, some of it I get, some is clear as mud. My partner and I have an approved curriculum. We are teaching NRA BP on day 1, and covering legal and the range qual, drills, etc. on day 2. If we provide students with an NRA BP 8 hour certificate, and an ISP 8 hour certificate, we're good, right? While we are frustrated with the constant changes, we appreciate the info that Molly and others provide. What we don't want is a "gotcha" moment from ISP when we know for a fact we've been teaching everything required and then some. One more question....how are you guys documenting active military?
  6. This will be post #2645 in this thread. Are you kidding me?
  7. Just read the decision, and I gotta say, I haven't had that much fun since I read "McDonald", and "Heller" before that. Congratulations to all involved!
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