USCCA Certified Concealed Carry Course

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    USCCA Certified Concealed Carry Course


    Short Description:
    The USCCA Certified Concealed Carry Course focuses on the use of a Concealed handgun as a tool of last resort for self defense.

    This course is 7.5 hours (5.5 Hours Classroom Plus 2 Hour Range Time)

    Lessons contained are:

    Developing a Personal and Home Protection Plan (Statics and Trends, Defining a Personal Protection Plan, Conflict Avoidance, Situational Awareness, Color Codes of Awareness, Areas to Avoid, Cover, Concealment, and an Exit Strategy, How a Permit to Carry Fits)

    Self Defense Firearms Basics
    (Safety, Understanding Semi-Automatics, Understanding Revolvers, Understanding Modern Striker-Fired Handguns, Gun and Ammo Malfunctions and how to deal with them, Selecting a Handgun, Ammo)

    Defensive Shooting Fundamentals (Defensive shooting versus Marksmanship, Grip, Shooting Platform, Aligning the Muzzle to Target, Point Shooting, Unsighted/Sighted Fire, Flash Sight Picture, Trigger Control)

    The Use of Force (Defining Force, Use of Force, Deadly Force, Where Reasonable Force ends and Deadly Force Begins, Force Scenarios, What Prosecutors Want to Know, Defending Home and Property)

    Violent Encounters and Their Aftermath (Fight or Flight, Adrenaline and Endorphins, Recognizing Threats, Issuing Commands, When Left with No Other Choice, When Right to Use Deadly Force Ends, Immediate Aftermath, Phone Calls to Make, When Police Arrive, Statements to Police, During and After your Arrest)

    Gear and Gadgets (Holster Types and Holster Retention, Belts, Flashlights, Weapon Mounted Lights, Lasers, Firearms Storage)

    Basic and Advanced Skills
    (Creating a Training Program, Dry Firing, Drills, What's Next?)

    Course of Fire

    Students will receive a copy of Concealed Carry and Home Defense Fundamentals
    by Michael Martin, and a USCCA Certificate of Completion.

    Cost $125.00


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    Last edited: Dec 15, 2015

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