, there are certain state requirements that have to be met. Like any formal training event, there's a mixture of lectures, practical demonstrations, interaction with students, ensuring students comprehend the lessons they are taught, allowing plenty of time to practice, ask questions, and review their class plan. Concealed weapon classes are broken down into logical steps which are built upon throughout the day.
If you don’t understand your firearm, how it works, why it works, what size ammunition it takes, it can cause serious injury to yourself and others. During the class, an overview of basic pistol mechanisms and their operations are discussed. We compare a revolver to a semi-automatic pistol, explain each of their strengths and weaknesses, and then focus on the student’s personal weapon of choice.
Building Shooting Skills
Students who are new to firearms, and those who have shot
in the past, will learn several shooting styles and positions.
While attending the class, students conduct “dry-fire”
exercises (dry-fire means no live ammunition). They are
instructed on topics such as breath control, hold control,
trigger control and more. As we are building up to “live-fire” at
the range, students are provided with information about
common shooting errors that occur, how to correct them,
and how to improve their target acquisition. The class
includes a discussion and demonstration of common pistol
stoppages and how to correct them when they occur.
Firearms, Self-Defense, and the
Carry Concealed Weapon Laws
Students receive a general over-view of the major federal
and state laws that affect them on a daily basis, the use
of reasonable force, deadly-force, brandishing a weapon,
and other related topics.
This lecture satisfies the Idaho Standard Carry and
Concealed Weapon License requirements. Students
who are seeking to apply for the Enhanced Idaho Carry