I have two documents where you can get most of the information you’re looking for. The first is the orientation document and it has everything on the what, where, when and how. I’m always open to questions via email or text to shoot away if you don’t see what you’re looking for, call or text, I’ll be happy to answer questions.
New permits have a mandatory training time of 8 hours, including the live fire qualification. Permit renewals only need to review local law and perform the live fire qualification again. Qualification information is in the orientation document.
The first document is the CCW Course Curriculum is a list of everything covered in class, Really a summary of the modules, but it doesn’t list everything we do. Really for new folks considering a class.
The Orientation Document has all the information on the class, where my office is, preparing for the class and what to bring. It has information on the written exam and the live fire qualification, including the requirements and the scoring.
What to Expect in Class
I always have lots of items to show and demonstrate in class including those related to gun safety, holsters for men and women, less-than-lethal tools, dry practice tools, and an extensive laserlyte laser-based dry practice system with multiple targets where we practice sight-alignment and sight-picture before even going to the range!
I used to have a document on this but have incorporated it throughout other pages such as the curriculum. If you have never been in a class and have questions and concerns beyond the scope of my website, please call me at 702-275-1625.
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