This is a LIVE FIRE drawing from a holster class. If you would like to use an outside the waste-band holster you may and as your confidence increases you can choose other options. This is NOT the PERMIT class. This is a live fire shooting class. You can take our class before or after obtaining your permit.
THIS IS DEFINITELY the live fire class you need, before you use your firearm with a holster for concealed carry.
When the call goes out over a police radio alerting to an active shooter, everybody understands there is a man with a gun in a public place actively engaged in shooting people.
Red frog needed a term outside of the police community to describe threats that may be encountered by civilians during the course of our everyday lives. The shooting drills practiced during this course are designed and selected to prepare you for the variety of threats that might be encountered in public, or at home. A license to carry a concealed handgun does nothing to prepare a person to actually carry. It merely authorizes a person to carry. A responsible person will seek qualified training. Drawing from concealment is more dangerous than drawing from an exposed holster. Sign up to attend training on a regular basis to maintain your shooting accuracy and proficiency. These skill-sets are perishable, maintain your shooting skill-sets so you’re always ready. Accidents happened when shooters haven’t practiced the specific type of training that is demanded.
This course is for all of those CHL holders who have little, or no experience with their pistol. However, you do not need to have your CHL to take this course. We’ll cover the basics, grip, sight picture, trigger press, and shooter stance, in addition to working from your concealed carry holster.
We request that shooters arrive with a holster intended to be strapped onto their hip, either inside or outside the waistband. If you choose to carry your concealed handgun in a purse or briefcase you may practice that method at our advanced level Active Threat - 100, or 200.
Arrive with your handgun unloaded and in a case.
The ideal grip – control recoil and improve accuracy
The perfect sight picture
The Ideal shooter position (isosceles, weaver)
Gun safety – clearing procedures and other imperative safety information
Intro To Active Threat - GEAR LIST
200 rounds of ammunition
Concealed carry handgun
Holster - concealed carry holster
Weather appropriate clothing
Ball cap (recommended)
Case or backpack for handgun and ammunition.
Food for lunch, snacks, ice if it's a hot day and plenty of water!