Concealed carry course set for July 28
Classroom training will take place from 8 a.m. to noon, with optional shooting from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Cost for the class is $75 for the classroom portion, and an additional $25 for the optional shooting portion. Any attendees who wish to shoot but have no firearm can use one owned by Wolf River Concealed Carry, while only paying for the ammunition. Assistance with caliber and weapon selection will be provided, or attendees can bring their own weapon.
"You can legally obtain a concealed carry permit without shooting, but learning to shoot at self-defense distances may make the difference between life and death," said Bielema, who is an NRA-certified instructor with 26 years of firearms training experience.
Attendees should bring a pen and notepad. If planning to shoot, attendees should bring a handgun (preferably the one they plan to carry) and 30 rounds of ammunition, plus eye and ear protection.
Beverages and food available at Bean City. No alcohol is allowed for those planning to participate in the shooting portion of the class.
The class will cover the Wisconsin Department of Justice course that will include shoot/don't shoot situations, use of lethal force, places where concealed carry is and is not allowed, what to do in a shooting event, Castle Doctrine and more. Also, information on recommended handguns, methods of carry, how to avoid confrontation and other weapons that may be carried will be provided.
Upon class completion, students will be qualified to apply for a concealed carry permit.
To register for this class, call Ross Bielema at Wolf River Concealed Carry LLC: 920-982-1719 or email: email@example.com or Ross@wolfriverccw.com. Class size is limited to 20. More classes will be held in the future.
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