Colorado Concealed Carry
As a Colorado resident, the only legal way to conceal carry your firearm is to obtain your Colorado Concealed Handgun permit. This course meets the requirement of CRS 18-12-203 (VI) for obtaining the permit. In the class, you can expect to learn all the legalities of carrying a concealed handgun in Colorado. Additionally, you will learn how to legally travel to all the states that honor the Colorado permit or have reciprocity with the state of Colorado. There will be an in-depth discussion on the legal use of lethal force. At the end of the course, you will receive a training certificate that you will take to your local sheriff’s office. In class, the instructor will review in detail exactly what to do to ensure that you get your Colorado Concealed Hand Gun permit following the class. Colorado is a “shall issue” state, meaning so long as you meet the requirements and don’t have a disqualifying criminal record, you will receive your permit.
NRA: Basic Pistol Course
This course is at least 8-hours long and includes classroom and range time learning to shoot revolvers and semi-automatic pistols. Students learn NRA's rules for safe gun handling; pistol parts and operation; ammunition; shooting fundamentals; range rules; shooting from the bench rest position, and two handed standing positions; cleaning the pistol; and continued opportunities for skill development. Students will receive the NRA Guide to the Basics of Pistol Shooting handbook, NRA Gun Safety Rules brochure, Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification booklet, take a Basics of Pistol Shooting Student Examination, and course completion certificate.
NRA: Personal Protection In The Home
This is an eight-hour course. Students should expect to shoot approximately 100 rounds of ammunition. Students will learn basic defensive shooting skills, strategies for home safety and responding to a violent confrontation, firearms and the law, how to choose a handgun for self-defense, and continued opportunities for skill development. Students will receive the NRA Guide to the Basics of Personal Protection In The Home handbook, NRA Gun Safety Rules brochure, the Winchester/NRA Marksmanship Qualification booklet, and course completion certificate.
A Private Class can be customized to fit students of any skill level. Private classes can be planned around the schedule of an individual student or a group of students. Private classes can focus on a range of topics and firearms techniques, including In Home Self Defense, Self Defense Outside The Home, Utah Self Defense Laws, etc. Private classes can be taught at the shooting range, in the classroom, in your home or any combination depending on the request of the student and techniques covered in the class. We can also teach the Utah Concealed Firearm Permit class for any group of 3 or more in your home or at your office. If you are a first time shooter who would like one to one instruction a private class at the range would be perfect. A one to one class will teach basic firearms safety and move from there at the pace of the student. In this environment the student can ask questions and learn the skills and techniques that apply to them and their intend use for their firearm. A student may take multiple one to one classes with the instruction starting where the previous class left off until the student reaches or exceeds their desired level of training.
Utah Concealed Carry Permit
The Utah Concealed Firearms Course will fulfill all training requirements necessary to receive your Utah Concealed Firearms Permit (UTAH CCW). The class will go over Utah laws connected to concealed carry of a firearm and legal self defense. The class will discuss self defense scenarios and discuss when in each scenario using a firearm would or would not be appropriate. The class will not be entirely lecture, student questions and participation is encouraged. Each student will leave with a solid understanding of what they want and need to know about carrying a concealed firearm. Finger Printing required for your CFP permit application will be provided. Students need not be Utah residents. A non-resident may receive a non-resident Utah CFP. A non-resident Concealed Firearm Permit is honored in many states but there are several states that only honor the Utah Resident Permit.