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Concealed Carry Skills - Off-Body Carry

Intermediate - Ways to carry concealed, Not a permit class

Duration: 9am-6pm



Erick Gelhaus

Instructor Bio

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This is not a Concealed Carry / License to Carry permit class; instead, it focuses on skills such as re-acting to developing threats.

Sling bags, purses, fanny packs, ankle & pocket-carry are all included in this course work.

We'll spend the day working through a variety of non-traditional and off-body concealed carry methods. The emphasis is on how to draw safely from those methods and engage a target.

Please bring your equipment and I will have other options available too.

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Topics Covered

Safety, the breadth and variety of non-traditional carry methods, and how to draw from them.

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Expectations and Outcomes

Along with identifying non-traditional carry methods that will work for you, you'll be able to safely draw from concealment and engage targets, threats.

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Intermediate, Concealed Carry Training

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Documentation Requirements

Completion of a defensive handgun class that includes holster work/reloads/stoppages as well as an understanding of applying the 4 Safety Rules practically while working around your firearm while not hazarding your neighbor.

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

The instructor requires a copy of your Concealed Carry Weapons permit once you register.

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  • Note taking materials
  • YOUR HANDGUN(s) plus 125 rounds of ammunition for them
  • Magazines
  • Whatever off-body carry system(s) you have. Instructor will bring additional ones. Consider purses, sling bags, messenger bags, ankle holsters, fanny packs, pocket holsters, etc..
  • Eyes and ears
  • Please bring your lunch, scooby snacks, caffeine, and – of course – water. We will break but the less time is devoted to lunch, the more time we can spend exploring different carry methods.