Concealed Carry 101 Class

Date/Time
Date(s) - 08/29/2013

Thursday 6:00pm – 9:00pm

Cost: $85

Class Duration: 3 hours

Supplies provided by Stoddard’s: targets. Eye protection and ear protection are available for purchase. Supplies brought by students: Pen/pencil, paper, personal firearm and holster, belt, spare magazine, and personal eye/ear protection. Students are required to bring or purchase 100 rounds of ammunition.

Maximum class size: 12

The purpose of the Concealed Carry Class is to introduce a shooter to all aspects of concealed carry including holster and weapon coordination. Students should note that legal advice is not being given as part of this class. This class will cover many topics including:

  • Emergency/tactical magazine changes
  • Use of cover & concealment
  • Weapon retention/stabilize-stun-separate
  • Strong hand/support hand shooting
  • Shooting stances

Approximately two hours of the class will be taking place on the range under the supervision of the instructor.

Cancellation policy: a student will be entitled to a full refund for a cancellation of more than one week before the scheduled class. If the cancellation is between one week and 48 hours prior to the class, a student is entitled to a credit toward another class. If the cancellation is less than 48 hours, no refund or credit will be issued.

 

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Remaining Space: 12

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    “My wife and I stopped by Stoddard's on the way to dinner last night. We didn't go by to shoot, just to pick up my birthday present. Can you say busy? All the lanes were full and people were waiting to get their turn to shoot. I used to work in retail so I know how it gets. Sometimes when you get busy in a retail setting you move into a higher gear and some of the customer attentiveness suffers. Retail settings get very stressful as the staff tries to balance customer satisfaction with efficiency. I have gone into and worked in stores before where customers walk in the door and wind up leaving because no one even knows they are there. I say all of this because that was not what was happening yesterday at Stoddard's. People were greeted as they walked in the door and everyone was having a good time. The employees spent time with the customers and made them feel like they were the only ones in the store. People were laughing and joking but everyone was still being taken care of in a timely manner. Good job guys!”

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