Illinois Advanced CCW
This is a 2 day course of instruction which expands on the basic skills, strategies and tactics which are taught in the basic CCW course. These skills will be practiced under the guidance of an instructor and/or coach in a range environment.

Course Description

This is a 2 day course of instruction which expands on the basic skills, strategies and tactics which are taught in the basic CCW course. These skills will be practiced under the guidance of an instructor and/or coach in a range environment.

Course Goal

To teach the advanced knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary for protecting life, limb and personal property.

Course Outline

  • Review of basic skills and practical test
  • Addressing the Threat Paradigm
  • Barricades and cover
  • Shooting dynamics
  • Single and multiple threat scenarios
  • Hostage engagements
  • Dry fire exercises
  • Live fire exercises
  • Accuracy training - dry and live fire
  • High stress exercises
  • Off hand shooting mechanics
  • Low visibility shooting and scenarios

Purpose

Two eight hour days

Facility

Classroom and Range

Cost

$350

Required Materials

  • Eye and ear protection
  • Handgun of choice
  • Backup firearm
  • Magazines (if semi-auto handgun)
  • Appropriate holster systems
  • 10 boxes/500 rounds ammunition
  • Notebook and writing utensils

Notes

  • Range fee, targets and text are included
  • Students will be required to take and pass a written and practical examination to receive certificate of training.
  • Course size limited to twenty students

The right of self-defense against others or institutions is generally accepted under natural law as a God given right to preserve our liberty. The original intent of the Second Amendment is to ensure three basic principles of defending individual liberty; 1. Self-defense against others 2. Self-defense of the home 3. that every able-bodied American was armed and willing to defend their liberty against any standing army thus securing the protection of the citizen from the tyranny of foreign powers, the Federal government and the States. The Fourteenth Amendment was enacted after the civil war to reaffirm that the Second Amendment applied to the States as well. This right can only be invalidated by an amendment to the Constitution proposed by the Congress or a Constitutional Convention and ratified by three-quarters of the states.

Hours


M-Th: 9am - 5pm
Friday: 9 - 11 am, 3 - 6 pm
Sat-Sunday: By appointment

Telephone


847-782-9000 ext. 5002
cell: 847-341-4913

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