This class is for students who have taken the Beginner’s Basic Pistol Class or have extensive knowledge of how to correctly operate a handgun by exhibiting proper safety, knowing how the firearm functions, and how to shoot the firearm – demonstrating appropriate shooting fundamentals.
This class will cover fundamentals, but will not go in depth on how to operate a firearm. If you’re inexperienced, please sign up for the Beginner’s Basic Pistol Class (which also qualifies you to apply for your concealed carry permit with the sheriff’s office, although it is recommended you gain more experience first before doing so).
The class covers the following topics:
Mechanics of a pistols and revolvers
Cleaning a handgun
Where you can and cannot carry
Conceal carry dos and don’ts
Violent encounters and the aftermath
The use of deadly force
Defense of premises
Defense of property
Common questions & answers
Many concealed carry holders have never taken the time to consider the above issues. If you carry a gun, are you mentally prepared to use it and even potentially end someone’s life? When is it okay to pull out your gun for self-protection? Are you using the correct holster? All of these questions will be addressed in this class to help students make responsible decisions.
The cost is a flat fee of $65. This class lasts about 3 hours. This class does not include range time, but it can be added for an extra $25. Students must be 18 and older to take this course, but can not apply for a permit until 21 years of age. Classes will take place in an indoor, temperature controlled classroom located at 1322 N. Academy Blvd. Suite 203A.
All sales are final and no refunds will be given. For more info, please see refund policy.
If you do not see a date that accommodates your schedule, please call/text (719) 445-6638 or email email@example.com to set up something that does!
Interested in having a private class with family and friends? Groups five or more can do so! Contact Elite Firearms to set up a date. Classes are available seven days a week!
Any of the above information discussed in class is solely a general discussion and should not be considered as giving legal advice.
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