Concealed Carry Advanced Fundamentals
(* Description below is for EDC hosted courses. Rates and content may vary for 3rd party hosted courses.)
Limited to 6 students with 2 instructors, Concealed Carry Advanced Fundamentals (CCAF) is designed to inform and challenge experienced shooters.
Choice of 4 hour 250 round live fire morning format, or extend into afternoon for 3 more hours for an additional 250 rounds live fire + Force on Force.
CCAF increases safety, accuracy repeatability, and efficiency from concealment as a solo self responder working proactively or reactively in confined and crowded public spaces. Cardboard, paper, steel, and 3Dish targets will be utilized.
After a brief live fire diagnostic in-test, live fire content begins with developing subconscious higher level Manipulation skills for efficiency and reliability, and progresses to developing higher level Marksmanship skills for accuracy and speed.
Emphasizing proper body mechanics, ergonomics, eliminating inefficient movement, and working in crowds.
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4 hour: $150 tuition (includes range fees)
7 hour: $300 tuition (includes range fees & Force on Force assets)
Held at either Homestead Training Center (11700 SW 304 ST, Homestead, FL 33033 | 305-224-1839) or Tradecraft Range and Training Center (31101 Nafi Drive, Immokalee, FL 334142 | 239-658-1300)
Student Equipment List
Quality FMJ or JHP ammunition (9mm, .40 S&W, .45 ACP, .357 Sig, or .380 Auto)
Use only your actual every day concealed carry kit (pistol, magazine(s), belt, holster, mag carrier) and casual wear (closed toe shoes a must)
No SERPA, Nylon, Hybrid, or minimalist trigger guard holsters
Ballistic rated eye protection (MIL SPEC 32432 & ANSI Z87.1)
Electronic ear protection
Thick long sleeve sweatshirt and gloves (only needed if doing Force on Force)
Light lunch, snacks, and minimum 1 gallon of fluid
Sunscreen, mosquito repellent, personal first aid kit, notepad and pen
* Examples of an experienced shooter well suited for this course. Any ONE will suffice.
1) Routinely competes in USPSA, IPSC, IDPA, or local outlaw matches.
2) Has already completed several professional pistol fighting courses.
3) Has already been vetted by a local range (e.g. Nexus) as being able to safely rapid fire, draw from concealment, and shoot and move; and, routinely attends their drill nights.