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Carry Concealed Weapon

Concealed carry, or carrying a concealed weapon (CCW), is the practice of carrying a weapon (usually a sidearm such as a handgun), either in proximity to or on one’s person or in public places in a manner that hides or conceals the weapon’s presence from the surrounding observers.
While most Law enforcement Officers carry their handguns in a visible holster, some officers such as plainclothes detective or undercover/surveillance agents carry weapons in concealed holsters. In some countries and jurisdictions, civilians are legally required to obtain a concealed permit in order to possess and carry a firearm. In others, a CCW permit is only required if the firearm is not visible to the eye, such as carrying said weapon in one’s puse, bank, trunk etc.

Today’s world is incredibly unpredictable. Tragedies such as terror attacks and mass shootings litter the news everyday, giving innocent bystanders more and more reasons to want to defend themselves. While the thought of owning a gun can make many feel uncomfortable, it could be the deciding factor that saves your life.

Not every situation results in a shootout. Simply letting them know you have a firearm can be enough to deter most criminals from taking action. It provides a line of defense that can discourage wrongdoing before anything actually happens. Preventing acts of violence before they can happen is the ideal scenario, and through carrying a concealed weapon, you can ensure the likelihood of this will be much higher.

Pistol marksmanship
Tips on Gear
Draw and Presentation
Modes of Practice: Speed/Accuracy/ Real Mode
How to conceal carry
Dynamic movements
Moving of the X
Instinctive shooting
How to use covers

€1195,- Course prices includes accommodation and food for the complete training
Excl. Flight ticket and PCR.

Recognized by European Security Academy held and proved by KASOTC – King Abdullah 2 Special Training & Operations Center