Range hours: 10am-4pm 7 days a week
retail hours: 10am-5pm 7 DAYS A WEEK



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Classes held every Monday, Wednesday & Saturday*  (Renewal and Initial Courses)

*(Every 2nd Wednesday of the month is a Renewal ONLY Course.)

There will be a maximum of 10 people per class until further notice. Masks are REQUIRED to take the course. If you feel sick or have any symptoms, PLEASE stay home. We appreciate your understanding during this time.

What we are doing to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 for our students:

  • Each employee has implemented increased cleaning & disinfecting of counters, class desks, doors and any surface used constantly by customers or employees.
  • There are guides and signs to keep distancing at a 6 ft minimum.
  • Students and range guests are required to wear a mask.

It is required to register for our Concealed Carry Courses. Due to the increased demand of courses, walk ins are not available at this time. 

FULL DAY PERMIT CLASS – First Time CFP Holder & Expired CFP (Over 1 year expired) Holder 9 AM – 5 PM (8 hours)

RENEWAL – Is the first half of Concealed Firearm Permit Class 9 AM – 1 PM (4 hours)

The shooting qualification is conducted after the class is finished (After 5pm for Initial course and after 1pm for Renewal course) OR you have the option to Pre-Qualify 14 days within the class. It is recommended to Pre-Qualify for the shooting test, as you will be dismissed immediately after the class is finished as opposed to waiting in line to qualify. You also have 14 days after the course to qualify. ATTN: PRE-QUALIFYING IS ONLY  AVAILABLE ON MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY OR SATURDAYS BETWEEN 10AM-3:30PM DAILY!!!!


$100.00 for the Initial course

$75.00 for the Renewal course

These prices include the ammunition needed to qualify, eye and ear protection, paperwork preparation, instruction from a Range Officer and detailed knowledge along with laws of conceal carrying with a Certified Firearms Instructor.

Our class qualifies you to receive a CFP from Nevada and/or Florida.

NOTE: We no longer provide the paperwork for Florida. The application can be printed out from www.freshfromflorida.com

Please do not bring any ammunition with you. All ammunition used at The Gun Store should be lead free and frangible for the health and safety of our visitors and employees. The available calibers are: 9mm, .40, and .45. (WE ARE CURRENTLY OUT OF 22LR, .380, and 38SPL). We will provide a rental firearm free of charge if we do not have your caliber.

The door for the classroom will open at 8:30am and will close promptly at 9:05am. If you are not here before 9:05am, you will need to reschedule as the instructor has already begun teaching the class.

Our classroom is located at:

2900 E. Tropicana Avenue, Las Vegas, Nevada 89121

Entrance is located at the ‘Indoor Range’ doors.

Basic firearms knowledge is required for timed shooting test. If you have never shot before, it is highly recommended to practice prior to attending the class. You must be 21 years of age to apply for the Nevada Concealed Firearms Permit.*
*As of May 25th, 2017, 18 to 20 year old Active Duty Military or Honorably Released or
Discharged veterans can apply in Nevada for a permit to carry.
If you are pregnant, you will NOT be permitted to take the Concealed Carry Course.
PLEASE follow this link to make sure you are eligible to obtain a Concealed Firearm Permit before registering:



Uncle Tony

Tony is a retired Police Officer from the Rochester New York Police Department. Over half of his 20 year career wast in the firearms area. He was the Commanding Officer of the Firearms Training Unit. Tony has attended several training seminars and armorers courses as well as the F.B.I.’s Advanced Police Firearms and Police Firearms Instructor School. He’s certified by the N.R.A, and by The Private Investigators Licensing Board of Nevada Attorney General’s office as a Police Firearms Instructor. Mr. Dee has testified in Federal, State and Civil Court regarding firearms related issues and the use of Deadly Physical force. He was a member of both his departments’ Bomb Squad and SWAT teams. Tony has also published several articles related to firearms and firearms related competitions.


Sasha Franchey has been a Range Safety Officer at The Gun Store for 3 years and has been working in the firearms industry for almost a decade. She is an NRA Certified Range Safety Officer as well as an NRA Certified Concealed Firearm Instructor. Sasha built the curriculum that you see in our current Concealed Firearm Courses. As some instructors are prior military or have military experience, Sasha and Felecia portray to the civilian standpoint. 

She decided to buy her first gun when her house was broken into and she wanted to be able to protect her family. As a single mother with kids, she decided to learn more about protecting her family as well as gaining the knowledge to do the same for others.



Felecia Shirley has been with The Gun Store for over 7 years.  She started as a cashier with no firearms experience and took an interest in learning everything she could with the time she had here. As a jack of all trades at The Gun Store (from phones to Human Resources), she took the initiative to become an NRA Certified Concealed Firearms Instructor.

Her goal is to get more women involved as well as the younger crowd to understand why firearms and firearm safety is so important. She uses patience and safety with her training and teaches protection inside the home and outside the home courses.

Qualification requirements

The Gun Store sets a high proficiency standard due to the immense responsibility of carrying a concealed firearm.

Here is what to expect for the shooting qualification course:

The qualification course consists of 36 rounds fired on a B-27 full sized target.

At 3 yards:

  • 6 rounds right hand only, reload
  • 6 rounds left hand only (60 second time limit)

At 7 yards:

  • 12 rounds freestyle (two hands)
  • (Fire 6, reload, fire 6) (60 second time limit)

At 13 yards:

  • 12 rounds freestyle (two hands)
  • (Fire 6, reload, fire 6) (60 second time limit)

70% (252 points of 360) is the passing score. For firearms holding only 5 rounds, an equivalent 30 rounds course will be used. 70% (210 of 300) is the passing score.