Michigan Concealed Pistol License CPL Renewal Class
Michigan Concealed Pistol License Renewal Classes
Detroit Arms offers RENEWAL CLASS for $50 per person, which is a 3 hour training seminar which covers the review of the required training, if you should choose to take a class rather than self study.
Taking an actual class is not mandatory, but is always recommended. Ignorance of the law is not a valid defense. GET TRAINING!
We provide our Renewal students a packet containing renewal instructions and a copy of the application you need to fill out and turn into the clerks office.
We host these classes every week, they are the first three hours of our regular classes.
- Saturday Renewal class runs from 10:00 am until approx. 1:00 pm.
- Sunday classes are from Noon until approx. 3:00 pm.
- Evening classes are at 6:00 pm the first evening of the two night class and run until approx. 9:00 pm.
THE CPL RENEWAL PROCESS
An application to renew a CPL may be submitted not more than six months before, nor one year after, the expiration of the current CPL.
A CPL is valid until the applicant's date of birth that falls not less than four years or more than five years after the license is issued or renewed.
CPL holders will be notified that their license is approaching expiration by their county clerk between three to six months prior to the expiration of their current license. A CPL may be renewed at the appropriate county clerk’s office with a $115 payment to the county clerk.
Upon payment of renewal fees to your county clerk, the applicant will be issued a receipt. If an individual applies for a renewal license prior to the expiration of his or her license, the expiration date of the current license is extended until the renewal license or notice of statutory disqualification is issued.
A person carrying a concealed pistol after the expiration of his or her license pursuant to such an extension shall keep the receipt issued by the county clerk and his or her expired license in his or her possession at all times he or she is carrying the pistol.
The receipt, when carried with the expired license, shall serve as a valid CPL until the new license or notice of statutory disqualification is received. If an individual applies for a renewal license after the expiration of his or her license, the individual is not permitted to carry a pistol concealed until such time as the renewal license is issued.
Possession of this receipt and expired CPL does not exempt the holder from the requirement to obtain a license to purchase a pistol or exempt a firearms dealer from running a background check prior to the sale of a pistol.
An application is considered a renewal if the applicant has previously received a CPL in compliance with the training requirements set forth in Michigan law effective July 1, 2001, and the previous license has not been expired more than one year.
An applicant applying for a renewal is not required to have fingerprints taken again if the applicant's fingerprints have been submitted to and are maintained by the MSP. Fingerprints have been maintained by the MSP since January 1, 2006.
The applicant shall sign the statement on the application certifying that he or she has completed at least three hours of review of the required training and has had at least one hour of firing range time in the six months immediately preceding the renewal application.
Exception: The training requirements are waived for an individual who is a retired police officer or retired law enforcement officer.
An individual licensed to carry a concealed pistol may carry a concealed pistol under the authority of his or her CPL until the CPL expires or the individual's authority to carry a concealed pistol is otherwise suspended or revoked, whichever comes first.
You can register for any of our upcoming classes by clicking here, or call us at 586-598-5300.