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District of Columbia Concealed Wear & Carry Pistol License Course

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If you are looking to get the required training for your DC Concealed Carry Permit you have come to the right place.

In this 16 hour course we will cover everything that is required for you to become a DC Concealed Carry Permit holder. The Wear & Carry training is in-depth handgun training, in which students will start with the firearms safety rules, different types of handguns, basic parts/nomenclature of a handgun, fundamentals of shooting, situational awareness, personal and home defense as well as review of laws related to handguns and where you can and can't carry your firearm in the District of Columbia. You will also learn the laws of self-defense and the law on Deadly Force. Students will additionally learn drawing/holstering techniques. Participants who successfully complete this training will receive their District of Columbia Concealed Pistol License training certificate.

Wear and Carry Class Length:

16 Hours - This class is comprised of two, 8 hour days of classroom instruction and a component that requires each student to demonstrate gun safety and proficiency. The Range shooting portion of this call is a minimum of 2 hours range shooting with a minimum score of 70% accuracy to pass (this demonstration includes a live-fire component).

Wear and Carry Class Fee:
$300.00 Per Person - The firearm, ammunition, hearing protection, eye protection and target are provided for each student & included in this fee!

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If you choose to carry and own a gun it is very important that you explore your local and state laws so you fully understand your rights and the laws that govern gun ownership. It is also important to know your local and state laws governing the use of “lethal deadly force”. If someone breaks into your home, can you shoot them even if they are not visibly armed? If someone attacks you in public, do you have a duty to retreat? Under what circumstances can you legally display your gun? Are there places where you cannot carry a gun? Can you travel across state lines with your gun? These are just a few of the questions you want to answer as you make the decision to own a gun.


Neglecting to understand the legal issues including your rights and your risks is careless. You put others and yourself at risk.  Also, the better you understand the laws the better equipped you will be to make quick decisions when under great stress. There are some basic defensive tips everyone should know and make part of their daily lives whether or not you carry a firearm.


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