About the CCW Class:
This course is taught by Detective Dave Stoddard, a law enforcement officer of twenty years who teaches advanced pistol skills and defensive tactics to other offices. It is intended for those who are ready to develop the knowledge and skills necessary to protect themselves and others with a pistol. It goes beyond basic marksmanship and legal knowledge to address the skills needed to succeed in a gun fight. Most of this course will be on the range where students will practice drills with and without live ammunition to begin the development of muscle memory and learn how to practice in ways that will develop the needed skills.
Students must have an Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons Permit, a permit from another state requiring training in firearms safety and pistol handling, or have attended one of our other courses before they can attend this course.
Several different range activities will be utilized including drawing from a holster, malfunction drills, reloading drills, moving while shooting, drawing from concealment, and others. Students will also have an opportunity to test their new skills in a friendly competition at the conclusion of the course. This is part one in a series of two advanced courses. Advanced Pistol 2 can be found here.
How do you Register for Class:
We require pre-registration for our classes. Please click the add to cart button above to make your payment or call us at the number above to register over the phone.
When will you receive the class address:
After your registration is complete you will receive an email with your receipt and all the class attendance information. This course is taught at our location in Nampa ID and the exact address will be sent to students automatically when you register. Please note walk-ins are not permitted. We require pre-registration.
What Do You Need to Bring to The Class:
You will need a functioning pistol and 200 rounds of ammunition for each student. Safety eye and ear wear along with adequate clothing. A hip holster, in or outside of waistband. 2 total magazines (but bring 3 if you have them). Paper and pencil/pen for taking notes and a sack lunch. More detailed information will be provided after you register.
How Do I Apply for the Permit After the Class?
After the class you will walk out with a class completion certificate signed by the instructor. From there all you have to do is present that certificate in person at your county sheriff’s office. Don’t worry we’ll give you detailed instructions and make sure you are prepared before you leave the class.
*Please note that credit card charges will show up as JP2 USAFT.