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Colorado CWP reciprocity



A Colorado Concealed Carry Permit is one of the best things you can get to enhance your personal safety and peace of mind. Not only does it allow for legal concealed carry here in Colorado, through reciprocity most other states recognize your Colorado Concealed Weapons Permit as well. Our CWP classes are taught by excellent NRA certified instructors who want you to be safe, secure and competent.  


Please visit this National Directory for state-by-state gun law information.


Alpine Arms is proud to be able to offer you a variety of courses, ranging from Concealed Carry Safety Classes to Long Range Tactical Shooting.

Whether you just need a cert or want some advanced one-on-one instruction, Contact Us and we will get you in the best class for you.

If you have a group of people, please Contact Us and we will be happy to organize a group class for you.


All other State laws apply and the stack of applications has grown so much it is taking the full 90 days for permit applications to be processed. To visit the Eagle County Sheriff webpage, Click Here. To download the current CWP application for Eagle County, Click Here

Per the Eagle County Sheriff's Office, the following requirements must be met in regards to the Handgun Safety Course: 

  • Military training within 3 years of application date are accepted.
  • Retired Law Enforcement acceptable, with a letter
  • Instuctors must have a copy of their certification on file with ECSO and an approved curriculum.


Colorado Hunter Education

Hunter education is a big deal here in Colorado and the state Parks and Wildlife department is making it easier than ever to take the class. Classes are offered in both a traditional classroom setting and online/traditional hybrid classes. Also offered is a Bowhunter Education class if you're interested. To find out more, just head over the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Hunter Education page.


  1. Treat every gun with the respect due a loaded gun.
  2. Watch that muzzle! Carry your gun safely; keep safety on until ready to shoot.
  3. Unload guns when not in use; take down or have actions open; guns should be carried in cases to shooting area.
  4. Be sure barrel is clear of obstruction, and that you have ammunition only of the proper size for the gun you carry.
  5. Be sure of target before you pull trigger; know identifying features of game you hunt.
  6. Never point a gun at anything you do not want to shoot; avoid all horseplay.
  7. Never climb a tree, fence or jump a ditch with a loaded gun; never pull a gun toward you by the muzzle.
  8. Never shoot a bullet at a flat, hard surface or water; at target practice, be sure your backstop is adequate.
  9. Store guns and ammunition separately, beyond reach of children.
  10. Avoid alcoholic beverages before or during shooting.
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