SC Concealed Weapons Permit

Intermediate - SC CWP

Duration: 6 hours classroom, 2 hours range time 9AM-5PM



Jay Brown

Instructor Bio

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During the  class, participants learn safe  gun handling, the different types of concealed firearms, proper care  and storage of firearms and ammunition, range safety and operations,  and an in depth review of South Carolina firearm laws. This training also includes range safety rules and live firing on the range. 

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Topics Covered

  • Firearm safety
  • Loading and Unloading Magazines
  • Loading and Unloading Firearms
  • Firearm Handling
  • Use of Sights
  • Fundamentals of Firing
  • Immediate Actions
  • Range Safety and Etiquette
  • Safe Home Storage

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Expectations and Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course:

You will have gained the knowledge, skills and attitude necessary for owning and using a pistol safely. Through this course, the students will learn about pistol parts  and operation, ammunition, gun safety, pistol shooting fundamentals, and  pistol shooting activities and state laws, also you will have met the requirements of the state of South  Carolinato apply for your Concealed Weapons Permit.

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Intermediate, Concealed Carry Training, Seminars / Lectures

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Documentation Requirements

What to bring to the class checklist:
o NO firearms in the classroom.
o Note taking materials
o Water, snacks, and lunch 
o SC Govt issued picture ID
o Veterans: DD214 (vet or retired military)
o Retired Law Enforcement: copy of your LEO training certificate.

The instructor requires a copy of your Government Issued ID once you register.

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What to bring to the range checklist:

o Firearm and 2 magazines for semi-automatics.  Speed loaders are encouraged for revolvers.  
o Ammunition (minimum 50 rounds) Factory ammunition, no reloads.
o Sturdy BELT to support your holster
o Holster that safely holds your firearm 
o Eye and ear protection 
o Closed toe shoes
o Ball cap/Hat (suggested)
o Dress for shooting on an outdoor, uncovered range. No tank tops or low-cut shirts or blouses. Think hot brass being ejected from your fellow shooter's gun. 
o Rain gear because we shoot rain or shine (suggested)

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