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Old 05-22-2006, 03:10 AM   #1
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Thanks for the info, it doesnt apply to me , but sure some of the younger guys would find it useful.
Did I read that right?? Your a CHL instructor? Your price is 100 dollars for the training? That sounds like a fair price. no complaints here.
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sounds about average to me, last i heard it normaly cost around 300 with class and all other stuff
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Seems pretty unreasonable to about something that you havent paid for. (the other guys complaining)
You teach at you r home?
I think its a reasonable price. If I recall, the last time i checked it was 180 dollar class with the gun range fee included + the 140 fee to DPS.
But things might have changed in 2 yrs when last I checked into it.
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yep, I would imagine its a test of your wits to have evrything in place in order for your business to function smoothly.
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i would like to get my chl, but im only 19, im definitly gonna get it once i brake 21
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hahaha..buncha armed sportbikers.
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I have good new or those individuals that will like to have a
CHL and are under the age of 21

If you are a veteran from the arm forces or you ware honorable discharge
But not 21 you can get a CHL

Ok now I was a CHL instructor and offer my services to all of you
When I posted the prices for the class I got a lot of complaints that it was to expensive etc etc.
So I did a calculation the cost for me to be a CHL instructor in a period of 2 years
And you tell me if $100.00 For the class was a good price or not

Thank you

Hotel for 5 day in Austin Tx
$500
Food for 5 day in Austin Tx
$75
Travel to Austin Tx
$100
Revolver needed to qualify with a revolver and a SA
$350
Class paid to DPS
$100
certificates $5 each minimum 10
$50
liability insurance per year
$450
NRA per year require for the insurance
$35


total 2145


I didnt know you were an instructer. Do you serve lunch in your class?
I paid 75. for my class and got a bag of chips and an Antones sammich and a canned coke :-)
Anyways, I would take it from a list member on my refresher coming soon ('07) I'll keep you in mind
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speak for yourself
Yeah right! You don't see me complaining about the prices he offered. In fact I would say they are on the low side for CHL but, WTF would I know.
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exactly! look back at the thread he posted, I was ready for it... but no one ever joined up. I figure it's just that not everyone wants a gun or a license...
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He couldn't take me, I messaged him and he said he needed 10 participants in order to do the class. I was the only one who contacted him :laughing6

There's a place near my house that does it the first saturday of every month for about a buck 20. I think I'll just do that since it's close to my house... but if we can get a group thing, I'd rather do that... it'd be fun.
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Old 05-23-2006, 02:55 AM   #20
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so I guess I'm the only one that immediatly realized this guy isn't great at math?





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I have good new or those individuals that will like to have a
CHL and are under the age of 21

If you are a veteran from the arm forces or you ware honorable discharge
But not 21 you can get a CHL

Ok now I was a CHL instructor and offer my services to all of you
When I posted the prices for the class I got a lot of complaints that it was to expensive etc etc.
So I did a calculation the cost for me to be a CHL instructor in a period of 2 years
And you tell me if $100.00 For the class was a good price or not

Thank you

Hotel for 5 day in Austin Tx
$500
Food for 5 day in Austin Tx
$75
Travel to Austin Tx
$100
Revolver needed to qualify with a revolver and a SA
$350
Class paid to DPS
$100
certificates $5 each minimum 10
$50
liability insurance per year
$450
NRA per year require for the insurance
$35


total 2145???...or $1660

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