April 19th & 20th - Friday & Saturday
Class times: Friday 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM & Saturday 8:30 - 11:30 AM.
Lunch is included on Friday.
Range Times arranged after Saturday class.
We use Rex's Indoor Range on Upward Road.
Training Video on Every Basic Aspect of Gun Use
PowerPoint Presentations Throughout the Entire Course
SIRT Infra-Red Practice Training Handgun for Trigger Control, Grip & Sight Training
SIRT Integrated Software for Computer -based Shooting with Laser Handgun
"BLUE" Gun for Demonstrations & Grip Training
Semi-Automatic Pistols & Revolvers Shown & Explained
No Ammunition or Loaded Guns Are Permitted in the Classroom
$99.00* Training Course Includes:
North Carolina Laws & Issues for Concealed Carry
Handgun Safety, Use & Malfunction Clearing
Handguns - Revolvers & Semi-Automatics
Single Action/Double Action
Proper Grip & Stance - Weaver & Isosceles
Sighting - Flash Sight Picture & Sighted Fire
What to Do in Various Deadly Force Scenarios
Situational Examples of Handgun Use
What to do when Stopped by Police While Carrying
Safety & Concealed Carry DOs & DON'Ts
Your Legal Rights & Reasonable Person Test
HANDS ON TRAINING INCLUDES:
Gun Presentation Techniques & Proficiency Drills
Ammunition, Weapon Choices, Proper Fit & Feel
Basic Info on Handgun Cleaning & Maintenance
State Required Written Test
State Required Firing Range Qualification
Lunch included for the Friday class
Successful completion of all elements of this course meets all North Carolina State legal requirements for eligibility to then apply for your Concealed Handgun Carry Permit.
REGISTER EARLY - PAYMENT IS DUE 15-DAYS PRIOR TO THE START DATE
All Classes Fill Quickly-Register Now-Limited to 10-Students/Class
All classes are held at 170 Four Seasons Shopping Center
behind Applebees off Hwy 64 directly across from Honey Baked Ham and the NC License Bureau.
*Discount for Seniors 65+, former LE and military vets.
ALWAYS treat every firearm as if it is loaded.
ALWAYS point your firearm in a safe direction.
ALWAYS be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
ALWAYS keep your trigger finger on the frame until you're on target & ready to shoot.