This is a full day course. Course will begin at 9am unless otherwise noted. Students should bring their own lunch. We understand how hard it is to get ammo these days and do have some in stock that we can sell to our students.
This equipment list applies to both courses with the noted exceptions. Students should utilize their own firearms for this class. Limited rentals are available (see link below).
Your concealed carry Pistol/Revolver (no race guns)
Back up weapon if applicable
Sturdy belt and concealment holster (see acceptable holsters here)
Minimum 3 magazines, speed loaders with pouch
Round count: 350 CC1
Ear protection, eye protection (wrap around)
Water bottles / Hydration system
Sun Screen / Insect repellent
Comfortable and durable clothing (dress for the weather)
This is a full day course designed for those students who want to carry concealed but have little defensive handgun training. The course will include discussion on: mindset, equipment, on-body vs off-body carry, dressing the part and legal ramifications. Classroom time is followed by live fire training in the most rudimentary but essential engagement techniques utilizing various concealed carry options.
This course is designed for the more advanced shooter who can safely and accurately employ their handgun concealed, but who wish to further their knowledge and skills.
Defensive Handgun 1, Know your Gun or equivalent training
All citizens wanting to take this class must possess at the time of their registration a valid concealed weapon carry permit from their state of residence. If your state has no permit, then a letter of reference from your local police chief stating your good intentions and standing under the law will suffice. You are not authorized to receive this training if you have prior felony convictions, history of domestic violence, substance abuse, or mental illness history. This is not an entry level class, prior firearm safety training required. Individual exceptions may be allowed at the discretion of the instructor.