Huge demand leads to additional CPL class in Novi - New York News

Huge demand leads to additional CPL class in Novi

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Due to overwhelming demand, the Novi Police Department has added an additional Civilian Pistol Safety Class on Sunday, Feb. 10, 2013.

This class will run from 8am until 5pm at the Novi Police Department Training Center located at 45125 W. Ten Mile Road. The course fulfills both the classroom and shooting requirements to obtain a Michigan Concealed Pistol License (CPL).

Registration forms are available online at cityofnovi.org and at the Novi Police Department. Completed registration forms and the $200 course fee (cash or money order), may be returned to the Novi Police Department. Class size is limited, and all participants are subject to a criminal background check.

After lunch, participants will move to the Novi Firearms Training Center to complete the course. Students must bring their own equipment, including a personal handgun, 100 rounds of ammunition, safety glasses, shooter's earmuffs or ear plugs, a pen or pencil, a baseball cap, and wear loose comfortable clothing to participate in the course.

Participants must be 21 years old and do not have to be a Novi resident to attend.

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