This is an 8 hour class which satisfies all training requirements as outlined in section 5j of 1927 PA 372 for first time CPL applicants or renewal of an existing or expired concealed pistol license. This is the Michigan Coalition For Responsible Gun Owners course and includes live fire of firearms at the end of the class. A completion certificate is awarded upon successful completion of the class.
Classes are completed in one day 8:00AM - 5:00PM (Doors are open at 7:30). You may bring your lunch or order delivery. We will have lunch about 11:30 AM and we will eat while we learn.
- This class has many different descriptions that are more or less correct. Some examples are: ccw, pistol class, gun class, firearm class, firearms safety, gun safety, shooting class, guns, pistols, shooting, cpl, license, licensing, concealed, permit, and there are others. The main thing is that the class is all that is required to apply for your Michigan Concealed Pistol license cpl
The following topics are covered in the class:
- Safe storage and handling of a pistol with emphasis on child safety.
- Ammunition knowledge and fundamentals of pistol shooting.
- Pistol shooting positions.
- Firearms and the law including civil liabilities and the use of deadly force.
- Avoiding criminal attack and controlling a violent confrontation.
- An overview of laws that apply to carrying a concealed pistol in Michigan.
- Other topics such as the history of CCW, State to State reciprocity and methods of carry.
Expectations and Outcomes
Upon successful completion of the class you will receive a completion certificate which you then take to your County Clerk's office to apply for your Concealed Pistol License.
CCW, USCCA Courses
To register we need
1. your name as it appears on your Michigan driver's license or Stae ID
2. Your telephone number
3. Your e-mail address
4. Whether or not you will be using your own firearm or renting one of ours ($25.00 which includes ammunition and cleaning afterwards).
1. Eye protection which includes regular or sun glasses or safety goggles
2. Ear protection, either foam inserts or "earmuff" style
3. A willingness to learn