If you carry often (which you should) you will eventually find yourself being pulled over for one reason or another. Maybe you’re pushing the speed limit a little bit too much, you didn’t make a complete stop, or your tail light is burned out. Eventually everyone gets pulled over for something and if you are carrying it’s important you know how to handle the situation.
We see the advertisements about weapon mounted lights that are brighter, long battery life, and mount to the front of our pistols. Do you know how to use a weapon mounted light? Properly? Continue reading Lights – What You Need To Know
Whether you search the web, Facebook, or go into a store you will be inundated with marketing for all kinds of holsters to buy their model. Marketing is fine and good but make sure you go in properly informed before trying to make the best decision on the spot. After you carry for a while you’ll end up with multiple holsters for your guns depending upon the activity you are doing.
Instructors starting out need to figure a few things out and can acquire a lot additional items over time for their classroom
The first requirement would be to come up with a name for the training. It could be Joe’s Firearm Training or you could decide to come up with a different kind of name like American Defense Training.
If you are a USCCA certified instructor this is good new.
The USCCA just received approval from the Kentucky State Police that they will accept the USCCA CCW course for the Kentucky CCDW license.
A written confirmation is being sent to the USCCA from the Kentucky State Police and this will be posted on the USCCAInstructors.com website once they receive it.
Note: this is only for the Concealed Carry (CCW) class and the Home Defense and Basic Firearms Class.