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March 9th & 10th – IL. 16 hour CCW Classes,

$159.00


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$159 IL CCW Classes (Includes Range Fee)

USCCA 16 Hours

Duration: Saturday & Sunday 9am to 5pm (8 hours 2 days)

Fee: $159.00

Instructor: CNC Academy, LLC – Carl Traub

USCCA Certified Concealed Carry Class for Illinois and Florida Carry in upto 37 States with both permits.

Description

How to get a concealed carry permit, take this USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association) 8 and 16 hours concealed carry course is an excellent way to introduce yourself to gun safety, basic firearm handling as well as familiarizing yourself with Illinois firearm laws. Successful completion of this conceal and carry course will exceed the minimum requirements for the state of Illinois in order for you to obtain your concealed carry permit. Concealed carry classes in Schaumburg.

Documentation Requirements

A State ID or your FOID Card.

Requirements

You are at least 21 years old.
You are able to obtain a FOID card.
You do not have 2 or more violations related to driving while under the influence of alcohol.
You are not subject to any pending arrest warrants, prosecution or proceeding for an offense.
You have not been in residential or court-ordered treatment for alcoholism, alcohol detoxification.
You may be eligible if you satisfy all of above and no objections are filed by law enforcement.

Topics Covered

DAY ONE

0. INTRODUCTION:
• Agenda (slide 2)
• Statistics and Trends (slides 3 – 12)

1. DEVELOPING A PERSONAL AND HOME PROTECTION PLAN:
• Defining a personal protection plan (slide 3 including video)
• Why conflict avoidance is so important (slides 4 – 6 including video on slide 5)
• Situational awareness (slides 7 – 10)
• The color codes of awareness (slides 16 – 20)
• Areas to avoid (slides 21 – 23)
• Cover, concealment, and an exit strategy (slides 24 – 25)
• How a permit to carry fits (slide 26 including video)

2. SELF-DEFENSE FIREARM BASICS:
• Universal safety rules (slides 3 – 6)
• Clearing a semi-automatic (slides 7 – 9 and demonstration when allowed)
• Clearing a revolver (slide 10 and demonstration when allowed)
• Defining a gun’s action (slide 11 including interactive widget)
• Understanding revolvers (slides 14 – 17 including video on slide 14)
• Understanding semi-automatics (slides 18 – 23 including video on slide 18)
• Modern, striker-fired handguns (slide 24 including interactive widget, and slide 30)
• Understanding magazines (slide 31)
• Ammunition components (slides 48 – 52)
• Is caliber all that matters? (slide 53)
• Other measurements (slide 54 including interactive widget as appropriate)
• Ammunition care and storage (slides 75 – 76)
• Common ammunition malfunctions (slide 77)
• Clearing semi-auto malfunctions (slide 78 and and live demonstration if allowed)

3. DEFENSIVE SHOOTING FUNDAMENTALS:
• Defensive shooting versus marksmanship (slides 3 – 4)
• Proper grip (slides 6 – 11 including video on slide 6)
• Shooting platform (slides 12 – 16)
• Aligning the muzzle to the target (slides 17 – 23 including video on slide 17 and interactive widget)
• Unsighted fire, point shooting (slides 24 including interactive widget)
• Flash sight picture (slide 33)
• Sighted fire (slides 34 – 35)
• Trigger control (slides 36 – 38)
• Rubber band exercise (slide 39)

DAY TWO

4. THE LEGAL USE OF FORCE:
• Defining reasonable force and deadly force (slide 3 including interactive widget)
• Detailed definitions of deadly force rules including scenarios (slide 7 including interactive widget)
• What prosecutors will want to know (slide 24 including video)
• Defending the home (slides 26 – 27)
• Defending property (slides 28 – 29)

5. VIOLENT ENCOUNTERS AND THEIR AFTERMATH:
• Understanding fight or flight (slides 3 – 4 including interative widget as appropriate)
• Effects of adrenaline and endorphines (slides 14 – 15)
• Recognizing a threat (slide 31)
• Issuing commands and evaluating options (slides 32 – 33 including thumbnail images)
• When we’re left with no other choice (slides 39 – 41)
• When the right to use deadly force ends (slide 42)
• The immediate aftermath (slide 43)
• Phone calls to make (slides 44 – 45)
• When the police arrive (slides 46)
• Statement to the police (slide 47)
• Preserving evidence (slide 48)
• Miranda rights (slide 49 and video)
• During and after your arrest (slides 50 – 51)
• Advice for your lawyer (slide 52)

6. GEAR AND GADGETS:
• Holster retention (slides 3 – 5 or demonstration)
• Hip holsters (slide 6 or demonstration)
• Paddle holsters (slide 7 or demonstration)
• Pocket holsters (slides 8 and 9 or demonstration)
• Inside the waistband holsters (slide 10 or demonstration)
• Belts (slide 13 or demonstration)
• Tactical flashlights (slides 14 – 16 or demonstration)
• Guns safes and storage (slides 21 or demonstration)

7. BASIC AND ADVANCED SKILLS:
• Creating a training program (slide 3)
• Dry firing (slides 4 – 5 or demonstration)
• Fundamental drill discussion (slides 6 – 8 or equivalent)
• Discussion of what’s next (slides 22 – 25 or equivalent)

Expectations and Outcomes

At the completions of this course you will receive a certificate, that will allow you to apply for your Illinois Concealed Carry License.

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