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29 Jul 2017 22:50#1 by sev44
sev44 created the topic: HQL
Hi! I have taken the course 2 years ago I think and passed to get my HQL but did not follow through. Tonight I got my fingerprints taken and want to now get my HQL. How do I do this now? Do I have to take the class again or is there something else? Thank you for any suggestions and assistance!

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06 Aug 2017 09:15#2 by 6Pack
6Pack replied the topic: HQL
When you create your account on the MSP website you put in who your instructor was and they sign off on you. Check with that person.

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NRA Certified Instructor: Pistol, Rifle
CCW: Maryland, Pennsylvania, Utah

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29 Aug 2017 17:42#3 by dblas
dblas replied the topic: HQL
Per MD Statute you must have taken the training within 3 years prior to the application, so if you took the training 2 years ago, you should be good.

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