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CCH (Concealed Carry Handgun) course will be up to 8 hours. 

  4-5 hrs class room time.

Range time depending on the # of students

CLASS TIME

  • An introductory safety briefing.
  • Basic introduction to handguns and ammunition.
  • Pistol operation for both revolver and semi-automatic firearms. (proper grip, stance, aim)
  • Firearm manipulation, marksmanship and practice procedures.
  • Safe handling and storage of firearms
  • There will be short videos depicting actual situations and what the Best Defense would entail.
  • Discussing Kansas Castle Doctrine laws and legal issues relating to the “use of force” laws, protecting property and persons.
  • How to interact with law enforcement, during routine misdemeanor & after a self-defense incident.
  • How to respond to an aggressive altercation.
  • Situational awareness and the “after the fact” trauma and stress of a situation.

At the end of the classroom time there will be a 35 question multiple choice/true false written test. ( self corrected in class until a 100% score is received)

RANGE TIME

Optional Practice time — Up to 25 shots

To qualify, you will be required to shoot 25 total shots fired from 3 distances: One 5- shot string from 3 yards, two 5-shot strings from 7 yards, and two 5-shot strings from 10 yards.

YOU MUST PUT 18 OF THE 25  INTO THE TARGET ZONE TO QUALIFY.

Things you will need:

  • You will need Identification (Ks drivers license or ID card)
  • Must be 18 years of age
  • Eye and Ear protection
  • I recommend you bring your own handgun you want to qualify with. If you do not have a firearm, or you choose not to use the one you carry, I will have a Ruger 22 LR semi automatic handgun or a Ruger P95 9mm firearm that you can use to qualify with. You will need to bring a box of 22LR or the required amount of 9mm ball ammo with you.
  • At least 25 rounds of factory ammo. ( please.. no reloads) More if you want practice time.
  • No holsters will be allowed or used.  We will be shooting from a table.
  • Bring a sack lunch, snacks and non alcoholic drinks of your choice.  Coffee and Tea will be provided.  We will also take short breaks throughout the day.

Classroom time will be held at The Cox Building at the northwest corner of Wabash and Washington (on the main street of Howard.)  Class will start at 8:00 am. ( doors open at 7:30)  and will end after shooting qualifications are completed.  No firearms loaded or unloaded will be allowed in the classroom by students.

Range time is done on private property, 6 miles west of town on country roads. I will provide directions the day of class…and we will all caravan out together.

Class Fee is $75.00. 

  • You may register online.  and pay using a Credit Card   **Click on Registration tab at top of web page**
  • You can register online and pay me personally with a check or cash or credit card.

  Deadline for registration will be 2 days before day of class.

 

Classroom time will be interactive with everyone taking part. You will have a chance to discuss issues, ask questions and engage in hands on procedures throughout the class. This course will be fun and enjoyable, taught to you from a down to earth, easy perspective of a fellow CCL card holder.

Because of the wide range of ages and differences in people, I ask that you please be considerate of all those in the class regardless of firearm and shooting experience.

 

A Summery of this course includes:

  • Basic Firearm Safety Rules and Procedures
  • The working and function of the different main types of ammunition and handguns
  •  The legal and practical aspects of acquiring, carrying, and using a firearm for self-protection.
  • An outdoor live-fire shooting exercise supplemented with individual coaching as necessary
  • Class is conducted with aid of a power point presentation.. videos.. and a complete set of handouts.

This class fulfills the training requirement for a Kansas Permit to Carry a Handgun. It also serves as a basic introductory course in the safe handling of firearms.

After completion of class, take your certificate of completion to the sheriffs office of your resident county to apply for the permit to carry. There you will have a set of fingerprints and a photo taken and a fee will apply.