Permit To Carry/Renew Class

can you buy Lyrica from canada You have seen the rest, now attend the Best! This certified Permit to Carry or Conceal Carry USCCA class is designed to meet the requirements to allow you to apply for your permit to carry with the Sheriff of the County in which you reside.  This certificate is also accepted by the State of Florida which will gain you access to almost all of the states for legal carry.  See  for current info.

$99.00 per person

This is NOT an entry level class. Basic handgun experience is required.
Bring your buy Provigil cased and unloaded handgun or use one of ours.
Remember, you must be able to safely operate your firearm of choice
and have a working knowledge of its safety features along with being
able to pass a shooting qualification.

Classroom Materials (USCCA Concealed Carry and Home Defense
Fundamentals Manual valued at $27.95 + more)
Hearing and Eye Protection
Gun and ammo if needed
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Private Permit to Carry Classes

I am currently working on finalizing the details on several private corporate permit to carry classes.  I thought it might be a nice time to plant the seed on this if you are a business owner.

If you are Second Amendment Friendly, this may be a great way to introduce the fact to your clientele.  For retail businesses it is a great community event that provides in most cases a much needed service.  Other industries that might consider it would be real estate professionals.  Think about how many realtors are out and about on their own with clients.  Property Management firms, ditto story.  One I hadn’t thought of until I was approached was financial planners.  This is a great service to offer especially to their female clientele to empower them.  As I teach more than just Permit to Carry, an intro to gun or basic handgun class may be appropriate.   Other opportunities might be employee based classes done on location at convenient times for staff and work schedules.

Here are some things to consider if you are not sure where you stand as a business owner as reported today by Fox Small Business News:

There are some social issues in our country that are just downright contentious and even after years of public debate, sides seem as polarized as ever. Most don’t impact the small business owner, but gun law is an issue that some owners need to consider.

State and local gun laws are changing rapidly, and in many states it is fairly easy to obtain a concealed carry permit and when this is so, usually businesses have the option to prohibit guns in their establishments. Generally, this requires posting a sign at entrances.

An informal survey conducted by the Wall Street Journal found that while larger chain restaurants tend to prohibit guns, there’s a trend among smaller restaurants to allow guns and even encourage them. You’ll find promotions like “Second Amendment Wednesday” and signs welcoming gun owners at restaurants in states with more liberal concealed carry permit laws. Some restaurants offer discounts to gun toters.

Three points to consider

There are three issues to consider when formulating your own policy. First, make sure you understand state and local laws in your area. Second, you need to consider the attitude of your customers. Third, you should consider the safety of your customers. (Listing this third does not imply it is any less important; however, there are some legal issues that may not be fully settled right now that you need to think about.)
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Ladies and Self Defense Guns

I think alot of women are getting a raw deal on their guns.  Let me explain, I see many women shooting guns that overpower them.  They have bought into what they think is wisdom from the industry (mainly male perspective..sorry guys) that you have to shoot the largest caliber you can for self defense.  Shooting Illustrated published that more bad guys were stopped by .22 LR ammo than any other round.  Begs the question, why not a .22LR gun?

Don’t get me wrong, love shooting hubbys .45 Kimber.  Need to have a smoke after I shoot that bad boy and love it! However, is it practical for weekly shooting either from endurance or ammo cost?  Not for me!  My Retired Army Sniper brother gave me the best advice.  Shoot something you are comfortable shooting, that you will practice with and therefore become good at shooting.  That means something different for every person, man or woman.

At a recent event I watched several ladies struggle with their firearms. Not because they didn’t understand the mechanics of them but rather they were not strong enough to handle them.  While in a gunfight the rule is better to have a gun than not, you also have to be able to load it and shoot it to be effective.  I also don’t think in a defensive situation if you have a gun and the bad guy doesn’t will he look at your .22 and say “oh it’s just a .22, no big deal!”

At this same event I watched a gal with a nice little .22 LR drill multiple rounds through the center x.  I would rather have a student have confidence not only in her marksmanship but in the handling of the gun.  If she is having fun shooting it and shooting it well, the more comfortable and the more muscle memory she will develop because she will shoot it regularly!

There are many .22 LR to choose from and finding one that is right for you is key.  More mature women might like a revolver, easier to load (as you don’t have to have the strength to rack it) and simple mechanics for cleaning etc. I had the opportunity this past weekend to ask Rob Pincus From Personal Defense Network what he recommends. His pick was the Beretta 86 Tip up where the barrel actual tips up rather than racks.  Michael Martin from USCCA recommends the Walther P22 which i had a chance to shoot as well.  Easy to use slide and nice size. Whichever gun you choose, you have to be able to handle it well.  Some stats you might not know on a .22LR that I found fascinating.  A .22 leaving the barrel travels at 1060 Feet Per Second.  That equates to 722 MPH versus a .9 which is 787 MPH. The differences are in the muzzle energy and the impact energy or knockdown power.

No doubt a .9 or .45 is going to do more damage but only if you hit the target.  I am not advocating women only shoot a .22. I am just giving some practical reasons why, if you are struggling with a larger caliber, you should consider staying with a .22!

As Always Keep on Shooting!