FLORIDA Class "G"
Statewide Firearm License
Armed Security COURSE
(3-DAYS / 28 HourS)
The FLORIDA CLASS "G" LICENSE will teach students firearms safety, the principles of marksmanship, firearms mechanics, and liability. Skill development shall include marksmanship fundamentals, loading and unloading, the 4-step draw and clearing malfunctions.
The Certificate of Completion for successfully passing the Statewide Firearms G Course will be submitted along with the Department of Agriculture, Division of Licensing, Statewide Firearms “G” License Application.
When the student receives the Class “G” Security License he or she will then be able to work security or as a private investigator in an armed capacity. Our security training school has the best reputation for armed security training.
All Statewide Firearms G Course material is in compliance with Florida Statute 493 and Florida Administrative Code legal guideline 5N-1.
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G CLASS ADVANCED
G Class License - $225.00
(not including gun rental, belt/holster & ammo)
G CLASS BEGINNER
G Class License - $325.00
To work armed security in Florida students are required to complete the Florida Statewide Firearms License course. The Florida G license is the required firearms training course you must complete to work as an armed security guard. To apply for armed security jobs, you must already have the Florida security D license. Our Florida firearms school offers a full range of security guard training. Plancher Academy NRA training offers the firearms G class twice a month; please visit our training schedule for armed security training dates.
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Florida Statewide Firearms License
The Florida class G security license requires 28 Hours of classroom training by a licensed firearms instructor (K) at a licensed firearms school. Plancher Security firearms academy offers the Florida Class G license as three, 8-10 hour days of classroom and range instruction. The 28-hour Statewide Firearms license class includes all weapons license requirements mandated by the State of Florida Division of Licensing.
G Course Qualification
Armed security officers and private investigators that possess a Class G license can only carry the firearm they are qualifying with during range day of G course. (Example: A security officer that only qualified with a revolver cannot carry a semi-automatic while on duty.)
Note: According to the State of Florida, applicants for the Florida armed security license must be at least 18 years of age to work armed security and 21 years of age to carry concealed. Have no disqualifying criminal history, mental health and be legally allowed to work in the United States.
Plancher Academy offers at no extra charge force on force tactical scenario-based concepts.
Gun Laws and Florida Statutes 493,775,776,790
Use of Force
Firearms Mechanics (Semi-Automatic and Revolver)
Fundamentals of Marksmanship
Drawing from the holster
Live Fire Marksmanship Training
State of Florida Firearms Qualification
Students that successfully complete the 28-hour training, which includes passing the final exam and range qualification will be given a certificate of completion to provide to the state when they apply for the Class “G” Statewide Firearms license.
FIREARMS/AMMO ARE NOT ALLOWED IN THE CLASSROOM!
outdoor range training
"Advanced" courses DO NOT include: Firearm/magazines, ammunition, belt/holster
Firearm and ammunition is included in the "D & G Beginner Bundle" and "Beginner G License"
Firearms & Ammunition
A Class “G” license may carry a .38 caliber revolver; or a .380 caliber or 9mm9-millimeter semiautomatic pistol; or a .357 caliber revolver with .38 caliber ammunition only; or a .40 caliber handgun; or a .45 ACP handgun while performing duties authorized under this chapter. A licensee may not carry more than two firearms upon her or his person when performing her or his duties. A licensee may only carry a firearm of the specific type and caliber with which she or he is qualified pursuant to the firearms training referenced in subsection (8) or s. 493.6113(3)(b).