What you will need for CCW training
- Government issued photo ID (Driver’s license, state ID, military ID, etc.)
- Firearm you wish to qualify with (Firearm Rental Availabile)
- 50 rounds of ammunition for your firearm (minimum)
- Eye and ear protection
Instructions for CCW training
Plan to arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of class. It is imperative that you do not miss any of the material covered in this class, as it is required by law to obtain your permit. No exceptions will be made. Class starts promptly at 8:00am. You will need to bring the firearm with which you wish to qualify. It must be unloaded and no ammo may be brought into the class until so advised. If you wish to rent a firearm for the course, let us know in the space indicated above.
The format of this class is casual. Food and drink are welcome during class, but not at the range. Bring a positive attitude and prepare to learn. This class is an open forum and participation is encouraged, as firearm safety is paramount! The more knowledge and experience we share, the more we learn as a group.
Range rules for CCW training
- I am a good person, not a felon, I still have my federal gun rights, and will only use the range for legal reasons
- No one is permitted to participate in any shooting activities while under the influence of any mind-altering medications, drugs or alcohol
- No rifle cartridges allowed, this is a handgun course (rifles chambered in pistol calibers will NOT be allowed, however handguns chambered in a rifle cartridge ARE allowed (ex. F&N Five-seveN)
- All handling, loading, and unloading of firearms must be done within your shooting booth. Only one gun is to be loaded at a time. All other firearms must be maintained in their carrier. This includes concealed carry firearms
- Be aware of what is behind the target, DO NOT SHOOT THE CEILING OR FLOOR, be aware of angles and that bullets pass thru the target
- *Pregnant * Extreme noise and shock waves can be transferred to unborn children which may cause the child to suffer damage. Also contamination from lead and mercury could be transferred through the skin or inhalation.
- If a malfunction occurs or you have a question, leave the firearm on the firing line and come seek assistance from the Range Master
- Eye and ear protection are mandatory at all times while on the range
- Do not point the muzzle at anything you do not intend to shoot
- No rapid fire (defined as more than one shot per second)
- Treat all Firearms as if they are loaded at all times
- Do not walk or reach forward of the firing line
- No drawing allowed. No hip shooting
- No food or drink is allowed on range
- Anytime the command of “CEASE FIRE” is given by the range master, all shooting must immediately stop and all shooters will wait for further instructions.