Personal protection is everyone’s responsibility for yourself and your family. An increasing number of people are choosing to protect themselves with a permit to carry a concealed pistol. The state of Michigan will grant concealed pistol licenses to applicants that have attended mandatory gun training, and this the class that meets the requirements to apply for your concealed pistol license (CPL / CCW).
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We start by covering gun safety and some practical exercises on the fundamentals of marksmanship. Afterwards, we cover the legal aspects with a Michigan attorney. After the legal part, we head to a local range to do the live fire shooting. After shooting about 100 rounds (ammo and guns are available for rent/purchase at the range), we head back to the classroom to finish up with some tactics before issuing a certificate for successful completion of the class.
You will need writing pad and pen/pencil and your pistol you intend to use for the range. Your pistol should be in a case and unloaded for transportation in your vehicle and that is how we expect it to be brought into the classroom. Absolutely no ammunition in class, please. You can use any caliber pistol for this class. Bring any snacks or drinks you may want throughout the day. Coffee, water, and doughnuts/bagels will be provided in the morning. ATHG Tactical does have various pistols available to rent. If you will be renting one of ATHG’s pistols you will need to make arrangements in advance. If you do not already own a pistol, renting is a great way to find out what you like or what fits your needs best.
You will need a minimum of 100 rounds for your pistol. This does not account for any extra shooting required to be able to complete the course of fire (if needed). You will need to bring safety glasses and hearing protection (electronic preferred so you can hear range commands). You will need to wear seasonally appropriate clothing. Shirts should have a round collar to prevent the unauthorized access of brass into your shirt. All shooting ranges used by ATHG are outdoor and will take place rain or shine so depending on weather you may need rain gear and certainly ned to dress appropriately for the weather. No open toed or open heal shoes!
None. You should have basic pistol skills and be able to demonstrate a sound working knowledge of pistol operation. If you have little to no experience with firearms or pistols and are signed up for the CPL class and would like to work with one of our instructors we will povide a free sesion to work with that student(s). Contact us for more information or to schedule your free session.
The class room portion will be held at the Tsutomuru Judo Dojo located at 2792 N. Adrian Hwy, Adrian, Mi. 49221. There is a link with a map on the registration page. The range portion will be held at a local range subject to change depending on class size and availability.
7:30am to 5:00pm – Class will start at 7:30am at Tsutomuru Judo Dojo and participants are encouraged to show up about 10 minutes early so everyone is ready to get started on time. The class room portion is 5 hours and we will have several breaks during that time. We will break for lunch at 12:30pm and class will resume at 2:00 at the range. This will provide ample time for participants to get lunch and drive to the range where the rest of the class will be held. The range portion is 3 hours and class will be dismissed at 5:00. Participants will receive the course completion certificate that day.
$115 – Cost of the Class
This is the NRA Personal Protection Inside the Home Course which is recognized by the State of Michigan for the CPL license. This is an 8 hour course including 3 hours of range time. ATHG can provide this course for Ohio residents also, we are able to talyor a class specifically for you if needed.
The State of Michigan and the NRA have certain requirements that must be met. We follow all applicable mandates, but we do it in a comfortable and practical way.
The class is 8 hours long, with 5 hours of classroom training and 3 hours spent at the range.