Concealed Carry Next Steps
Intermediate - Continuing the Concealed Carry Fundamentals course moving into some more challenges
Duration: 4 hours range time
|Register Now||May 13 Saturday||
|2 - 6 Students||930AM to 130PM||John Burton|
This is day 2 of the Concealed Carry Fundamentals course. We will explore more challenges when drawing a handgun from concealment. We will introduce some decision making during the shooting exercises. We will have some discussions around avoidance and the impact of ego on self defense.
- Drawing a handgun from concealment
- Drawing from concealment in positions other than standing
- Decision making
- When is reloading necassary
- Avoidance VS Ego
Expectations and Outcomes
The student can expect to develop more compitence in drawing a handgun from concealment. They will experience some decision making while under stress. The student will experience drawing a handgun from concealment while on the ground, seated in a chair, and some uncomfortable positions.
A certificate of completion indicating the number of hours trained and the overall topic covered will be provided at the end of the course.
- handgun suitable for defensive use
- handgun capacity minimum 5 rounds (derringer or similar guns are not acceptable for this class)
- a holster designed specifically for the handgun in use - it should be a holster intended to be used for concealed carry
- a belt designed specfically to carry a holster and gun
- total of 3 magazines, speed loaders, or speed strips for your gun
- 250 rounds of ammunition for your gun
- drinks and snacks if the attendee will need them during the course
- weather gear - the course will continue rain or shine
- Some loaner equipment is available, please contact instructor prior to the class with questions
- No Blackhawk serpa or similar designed holsters allowed. If you have a question about this contact the instructor before signing up.
- There will be no refunds provided if the gear does not meet the requirements.