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Concealed Carry Class

Firearms - Concealed Carry

This firearms course provides the Ohio required training necessary to apply for the Ohio Concealed Carry permit.

The course has 8 hours of classroom instruction which includes firearms home safety, safe handling of firearms and ammunition, deadly force matters, dispute resolution, nomenclature of a handgun, types of holsters, functions of a revolver and semi-automatic pistol and range rules and regulations. Range instructions include malfunction drills, proper use of the handgun at normal self-defense distances, and live fire practice.

Great Oaks firearms instructors are Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) certified.

Students must furnish a revolver or semi-automatic pistol, 150 rounds of ammunition and either 2 speed loaders or 2 magazines; a strong side hip outside waist band holster that will allow for drawing and holstering with one hand only (NO SERPA); and proper belt to support holster. (No single action/sub compact weapons permitted on the range.)

Cost: $100.00

Rental: $30.00 (includes 150 rounds of ammunition)

Registration

Or call 513.771.1142

Payment: Due at registration

2019 Class Dates:
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Related Information

Map to Great Oaks Firing Range.pdf

All students MUST enter through the range doors located on the side of Building 200. DO NOT bring firearms into building until approved by instructor.

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