Concealed Weapons Training
Call for more info.
or send us an email
Concealed carry, or CCW (carrying a concealed weapon), refers to the practice of carrying a handgun or other weapon in public in a concealed manner, either on one’s person or in close proximity. Not all weapons that fall under CCW controls are lethal. For example, pepper spray having more than a specified volume of volatile material requires a CCW permit in Florida, whereas anyone can carry a smaller volume pepper spray device hidden on their person without a CCW permit in Florida.
Section 790.06 (1), Florida Statutes, defines concealed weapons or firearms as those carried in a manner that conceals them from the ordinary sight of another person. This includes:
- Stun Gun
- Pepper Spray
- Tactical Flashlights
- Non-Lethal Weapons
- Safe firearm handling
- Firearm parts and operation
- Ammunition and its function
- Shooting fundamentals and an opportunity to develop them on the range
- How to select, clean and store a firearm
- Review of various activities available to help participants develop and improve their shooting skills
- Florida laws and regulations concerning carrying a concealed weapon for personal protection
- Information on specialty classes designed to teach children about firearm safety as well as a variety of other classes (sport shooting, home invasion, etc.)
In addition to the above information participants who complete the training will also receive a State of Florida Application Packet, all class materials and an attractive certificate stating successful completion of the course which is necessary to receive your Florida Concealed Weapons Permit.