Florida Class "G" Requalification Course
The Florida Class "G" Statewide Firearms License Annual Requalification is mandated by the State of Florida governed under the Florida Department of Agriculture's Division of Licensing.
FSS 493.6113 Renewal application for licensure.—
(3)(b) Each Class “G” licensee shall additionally submit proof that he or she has received during each year of the license period a minimum of 4 hours of firearms requalification training taught by a Class “K” licensee and has complied with such other health and training requirements that the department shall adopt by rule. Proof of completion of firearms requalification training shall be submitted to the department upon completion of the training. A Class “G” licensee must successfully complete this requalification training for each type and caliber of firearm carried in the course of performing his or her regulated duties. If the licensee fails to complete the required 4 hours of annual training during the first year of the 2-year term of the license, the license shall be automatically suspended. The licensee must complete the minimum number of hours of range and classroom training required at the time of initial licensure and submit proof of completion of such training to the department before the license may be reinstated. If the licensee fails to complete the required 4 hours of annual training during the second year of the 2-year term of the license, the licensee must complete the minimum number of hours of range and classroom training required at the time of initial licensure and submit proof of completion of such training to the department before the license may be renewed.
-A compact or full sized reliable pistol
-Inside- or outside-the-waistband holster
-Hearing protection (Can be rented at Range)
-Ballistic eye protection (Can be rented at Range)
-45 Rounds of Ammo (Can be bought at the Range)
Price does NOT include Range fees
Date: Friday 6/23/23
Can accompany Weekends with Prior Scheduling
About the Instructor: Victor J DeMicco, is a former United States Marine Corps military veteran with his time spent in fields such as Marine Corps Security Forces Company, Fleet Anti-Terrorism Security Team (FAST Co.), Non-Commissioned Officer in Charge (NCOIC) of the Combat Water Survival Program and Firearms (Rifle / Pistol) Coach for Headquarters Battalion, 2 Marine Division, Camp Lejeune, NC. During his time in Security Forces Battalion, Victor was stationed on the USS KittyHawk-CV63 Maritime FAST Unit, as well as Marine Corps PRP program mission guarding US Governmental Special Weapon ordinance, magazines and ordinance spaces.
Outside the military, Victor had been in the Domestic Private Security Industry for (12) years before working as an Overseas Security Contractor with the US Department of State (DOS) Worldwide Protective Service (WPS) as a Site Supervisor, Basic Field Firearms Officer Program (BFFOC) Firearms Instructor, and the Weapons Armorer for the Baghdad Embassy Security Force, Iraq, US DOS Regional Security Office “AIR” Security Program, Iraq, and then at the Kabul Embassy Security Force, Afghanistan. Victor’s time overseas spanned from 2005 – 2015, and has now gone back to the Domestic Security service for the State of Florida.