Our Concealed Carry Classes for the State of Florida are not your typical CCW class that you find at other vendors or business’s offer.
When you finish our course you will feel Confident not only in what you carry but how you carry and should you ever be in a situation requiring the employment of such skills, can rest assured in your ability.
Over 6 hours you will be able to understand the changes your body will go under stress from a violent encounter, how to safely employ your firearm should the need arise, be well versed in safety & storage of your firearm, how to properly care for it, the possibilities of No Shoot Scenarios and why you shouldn’t stay stationary in a fight.
LENGTH: 6 hours (consideration will be given depending on confidence in students ability at end of class for further instruction)
This is our Practical Concealed Carry Course for those that have little to no experience with Practical firearms use or training for concealed carry want to have confidence in carrying a firearm concealed.
This training course is an outside class and is a Dynamic (moving) class.
While there will be traditional Stationary training for building the foundation of the drills the end result will incorporate moving & shooting.
It is recommended that you be in a reasonable state of fitness as you will be elevating your heart rate before performing some of these drills both with Dry fire first, followed by Live fire.
If you have any health conditions that may not be conducive to elevating your heart rate, or running; I ask that you please speak with your Doctor first.
Feel free to ask me any specifics on training if needed to inform your doctor.
AMMUNITION: Minimum 150 rounds of training ammo (aka: ball) and 20 rounds of Hollow point ammo that you already carry or …plan on carrying.
MAGAZINES: Prefer a minimum of 3 double stack or 5 single stack total; however, I understand that not everyone may have 3 magazines. Bring what you have (just may be reloading more often then others during drills)
EQUIPMENT & DRESS: Eyes, Ears, Long pants, Long Shirt preferred although T-shirt is acceptable as it will depend on you and whether or not you care about protecting your arms and elbows; also need sunscreen, plenty of water, baseball cap or boonie cap; snacks and lunch; notepad & pen or pencil. I recommend bringing a pair of sturdy boots/shoes, change of clothes and spare socks.
*Expect to Train in majority of conditions, we don’t take breaks for rain or other types of non-life threatening weather; there is a high probability that you will get wet and dirty.
**For your pistol ensure that you bring the holster that you normally wear for concealed carry and or duty (where applicable).
I prefer that you DO NOT bring a Serpa holster if using a pistol that does not have a back-strap or grip safety. Although an external safety would be acceptable also.
4 Basic Rules of Firearm Safety
Cleaning and Safe Storage of a Firearm
Proper Grip, Stance, Sight Alignment, Sight Picture, and Trigger Control
Holy Trinity of Use of Force
Dry Fire and Live Fire Drills
Basics of “Getting off the X”
Methods of Safely Drawing from Concealment
Pros & Cons of Different carry positions/styles
No Shoot Scenario situations
Understanding Reactionary Gap