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N.C. Concealed Carry Course

N.C. Dept. of Justice approved course

Duration: 8 hours classroom. Approximately 1/2 hour range time



RJ Anderson

Instructor Bio

Date Location Class Size Class Time Instructor Available Spaces
Register Now August 15 Saturday
Charlotte, NC
10 - 50 Students 9am -5pm RJ Anderson 33 Spaces Left target icon


This course consists of approximately eight hours of instruction and includes the following areas: Legal issues (2 hours), Handgun nomenclature, Handgun safety, Handgun fundamentals, Marksmanship fundamentals, Presentation techniques, Cleaning and Maintenance, Ammunition and Proficiency Drills. You may use your firearm or one of ours.

The following day we will meet at the range to shoot the NC CCH qualification test as well as work on concealed carry skills.

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Topics Covered

The fundamentals of marksmanship.

N.C. Firearms laws

Drawing and presenting your firearm from a concealed position. 

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Expectations and Outcomes

At the end of this course the student will have the knowledge and skill to qualify for a State of North Carolina Concealed Handgun Permit.

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Documentation Requirements

Please bring a NORTH CAROLINA Drivers license or Identification card. This course is only valid for North Carolina residents applying for their NC CCH license with their county Sheriff. 

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If you would like to qualify with your personally owned firearm please bring it otherwise you may borrow one of ours. 

If you have a concealed carry holster please bring it. Bring eye and ear protection, at least one box of bullets for your pistol OR .22LR  (you need 30 minimum to qualify) to use one of ours. 

Please wear pants, a long sleeve shirt and closed toed shoes.


$10 Contact for more details 

Must meet ALL the below requirements to apply for a N.C. Concealed Carry permit 


  • be twenty-one (21) years of age;
  • have attained at least one month's residency (30 days) in Mecklenburg County;
  • be a citizen or a naturalized citizen of the United States or a lawful permanent resident alien;
  • not suffer from any mental or physical infirmity which would prevent safe handgun handling and operation
  • at the time of appointment, provide a valid driver's license or other Government ID with current address provided by the State of North Carolina.
  • successfully complete a firearms training and safety course that has been designed by the North Carolina Criminal Justice Standards Commission