04. Concealed Carry Options
Basic - How, where, and where not to carry concealed
Duration: 3 hours
There are no upcoming classes scheduled for this course.
You want to carry concealed and find a dizzying array of holster and configuration choices. After you narrow it down between on-body vs. off-body and torso vs. waist vs. ankle there are still many factors to consider such as driving, weather, clothing, material, position, features, convenience, and most importantly the double-F – fit and feel.
This Instructor-led course takes place in a traditional classroom environment and will be completed in a 3-hour format.
Additionally, students will participate in various exercises involving drawing from concealment and simulating a round on target as a timed exercises for purposes of comparing and discussing various concealment options.
- why do people carry concealed?
- what to wear and does size matter?
- choices, choices – on-body or off-body? torso, waist, or ankle? chambered or not?
- holster types, materials, and features
- the double-F – fit and feel
- where can, and more importantly, where can you not carry concealed in Florida?
- considerations for the car
- extra ammunition and other items to consider carrying
- type of ammunition and how best to maintain your carry gear
- traveling across state lines
- the five levels of preparedness and how to choose based on your situation
Expectations and Outcomes
Upon completion of this course students should be comfortable evaluating their personal concealed carry options and choosing from the wide variety of options available.
- Driver’s License or proof of U.S. Citizenship or birth certificate or Permanent Resident Alien card
- Your pistol and any holsters you already have – but no live ammunition!
- Notebook and pen
- Water and snacks