• PROMOTION EXPIRES July 16, 2012
DealChicken knows that no one should wing it when it comes to handgun safety. Safety and savings are what makes this deal from Plant City Gun Range doubly eggcellent. Attend a Concealed Weapons Training Course and receive a certificate of training and documents required to apply for Florida Concealed Weapons License, valued at $140, for $60—almost 60 percent off! You’ll be learning from experts in the comfort of Plant City Gun Range’s air-conditioned, brightly lit lanes, where professionalism and safety are the guiding principles. Training classes aren’t just for novices, either. Plant City offers qualification courses for state licenses and permits, as well. If you’re looking to master your firearm the responsible way, this deal is a golden egg. The range's website offers additional daily coupons and discounts.
Plant City Gun Range charges by the lane, not by the head, which makes a family visit much easier to swing. The range provides ear and eye protection for all visitors, and equipment is available to rent from the adjoining gun shop. Gun clubs are also welcome here. Snowbirds will appreciate the range's location-just down the road from a primary shopping district. Whether marksmanship is your sporting hobby or a professional obligation, Plant City Gun Range is a go-to resource for training and fun.
57% Off CWP Training Course and Gun Safety at Plant City Gun Range
- Certificates can be redeemed beginning Monday, January 16th. Must Schedule Course in advance. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. No cash back. Must be used in one visit. Not valid on tax or instructor gratuity. Certificate cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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Wisconsin's concealed-carry law went into effect this month, leaving Illinois as the only state that does not allow citizens to carry concealed weapons. After Florida passed its law in 1987, the state's homicide rate plunged from 36% above the national average to 4% below.