About the Kentucky CCDW Class
The class will run from 8:30am to 2-4pm depending on the number of questions and size of the class. The class curriculum and format is universal in the state of Kentucky. The class includes in-class demonstrations and review of real life scenarios. An additional four hours are spent going through the core concealed carry class material which covers the proper way to clean both revolvers and semi-automatic pistols, equipment for the maintenance and cleaning of pistols, what to do if you are pulled over by a police officer, and the laws concerning the carrying of concealed deadly weapons and the lawful use of deadly force in protecting ones self and loved ones among other things. Students can follow along in the CCDW Booklet provided. We will also review “The Four Fatal Mistakes That Got A Police Officer Killed in a Deadly Encounter.” There is a 25 question, OPEN BOOK, test in which students must get a score of 70% to pass. Following this classroom portion we will run the qualification shooting (live fire) portion of the class on our private range. Students are required to fire 20 rounds at a B-21 target at 7 yards or 21 feet from the students. Students are required to hit 11 out of 20 to qualify. Students that fail their written test or live fire qualification have a second chance at both, either the same day or within 30 days of the class. Please do not worry about the tests. We will spend all day preparing you and will be there to guide you!
- You do NOT need to own a pistol to take the class. For a small fee the day of the class you can rent a pistol from the instructor and this is a great way to try different guns before you make your own purchasing decision.
*Military and Veteran discount available for those actively serving or honorably discharged from the US Military. Please contact us via phone or email to receive your military discount.
*If you have any special needs please contact the instructor to make arrangements in advance so we can be sure to accommodate you.
ADDED BONUS: $185
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About Your Concealed Carry Instructor
Rick is a certified NRA Basic Pistol Instructor as well as a concealed carry instructor/trainer certified by the Kentucky State Police. This means he also trains other instructors to be certified by the State of Kentucky. He is also a former military police officer with over 25 years of firearms experience and training to offer his students.
How to Register for the CCW Class
Register by clicking on the “Add to Cart” button above and completing the online secure checkout. As soon as checkout is complete all the class information you need will be displayed on screen and sent to you via email with your receipt. As an alternative to paying online you can also call our office and register over the phone at 502-234-7435.
The CCW Class Location
The exact class location is given to students when they enroll online or over the phone. Since we teach the class at a private location we don’t publish the address on the internet. The class is held at our East Louisville location. Learn more about the East Louisville CCW class location here.
How Do You Apply For the Permit?
After the class is complete, the instructor will submit information about your pass or fail status to DOCJT. You will receive a class completion certificate THE DAY OF THE CLASS. After receiving the certificate, you can either visit your local sheriff’s office or you can complete your CCDW application online by uploading a PDF of the training certificate, a PDF of your Drivers License, and a PDF of your picture you want on the license. It is all very easy and we will give you more detailed guidance in the class.
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