Concealed Carry Training

Atlanta GA Concealed Carry Classes
Atlanta Concealed Weapons Training

Interested in an Atlanta Concealed Carry Class? We offer Concealed Weapons training!

We offer the best Atlanta Concealed Carry Classes in the metro-Atlanta area for people who want to take Concealed Carry and Safety Training courses to people who are interested in learning how to safely and effectively use a handgun, rifle, or shotgun for safety and protection. Though the state of Georgia doesn't require citizens to pass a concealed weapons course to obtain a Georgia Weapons License, we strongly encourage our that anyone who is considering a concealed firearm for personal defense to receive quality instruction prior to doing so.

Our instructors are certified, qualified, and insured. We seek out additional training for ourselves on a regular basis so that we can provide students with the latest information and training available. We maintain our applicable certifications , and we hold an annual insurance policy for our training and instruction. We make every effort possible so that you can be sure that you are receiving quality instruction in exchange for your time and money. Whether you are looking to take a basic gun safety course, handgun safety training, NRA Gun safety, or NRA Concealed Carry class- we can help you reach the next level of your skill sets. If you are interested in taking a Concealed Carry Training Course, please see our Schedule or feel free to Contact Us.

We train a host of topics, including (but not limited to):

  • Georgia Law with emphasis on HB 60 (Safe Carry Protection Act of 2014)
  • Judicious Use of Deadly Force (this can be the difference between going to prison or not)
  • Shooting from Positions of Disadvantage
  • Engaging a Target From Within and Around a Vehicle
  • One-Handed Malfunction Clearing
  • Effective Use of Cover and Concealment
  • Target Transitions
  • Shooting while Moving
  • Engaging Moving Targets
  • Communicating with Responding Emergency Personnel and Law Enforcement (what you should and shouldn't say in the immediate aftermath)

* Shoulder holsters, small of the back holsters, and cross-draw holsters WILL NOT BE ALLOWED on the range without prior approval due to safety concerns.