Illinois CCW Recertification Course
Eagle Tactical Systems is a certified instructional facility to teach and certify applicants desiring to acquire a concealed carry permit in the state of Illinois. As a licensed to carry a concealed carry citizen, you are required to take this re-certification training prior to applying for your renewal license.

Course Description

Eagle Tactical Systems is a certified instructional facility to teach and certify applicants desiring to acquire a concealed carry permit in the state of Illinois. As a licensed to carry a concealed carry citizen, you are required to take this re-certification training prior to applying for your renewal license.

Curriculum

Renewal firearm curriculum must be at least three hours and include the following
  • Review all applicable State and Federal laws relating to the ownership, storage, carry, and transportation of a firearm; Minimum 2 hours Classroom
    • The Act and it's entirety
      • Emphasis on 430 ILCS 66/10(h) which includes instruction on the appropriate and lawful interaction with law enforcement while transporting or carrying a concealed firearm.
      • Emphasis on 430 ILCS 66/65 which includes instruction on prohibited areas and the parking lot exemption.
  • The FOID Act 430 ILCS 65/1 et. seq.
  • Relevant portions of the ILCS including but not limited to
    • 720 ILCS 5/7-1. Use of force in defense of a person**
    • 720 ILCS 5/7-2. Use of force in defense of dwelling**
    • 720 ILCS 5/7-3. Use of force in defense of other property**
    • 720 ILCS 24/1 et. seq. Unlawful Use of Weapons**
    • NOTE: Must define dwelling, aggressor, forcible felony and unlawful use of weapons pursuant to the ILCS.
  • Weapon handling - minimum one hour
    • Dry fire practice drills and handgun fundamentals
    • Dry fire practice drills from concealment
    • Live fire practice drills, handgun fundamentals
    • Live fire qualification with a concealable firearm consisting of minimum of 30 rounds which must include 10 rounds from a distance of 5 yards; 10 rounds from a distance of 7 yards; and 10 rounds from a distance of 10 yards at a B-27 silhouette target approved by the Illinois State Police.

Course Length

Four hours

Facility

Classroom and Range as appropriate

Cost

  • Course: $75
  • License: Resident Fees payable to the state are $150 for a five year license plus a $3.50 service charge added at the time of application submission. See Illinois State Police Website for details: www.isp.state.il.us/firearms/ccw/ccw-faq.cfm

Required Materials

  • Classroom
    • Notebook
    • Writing utensils
    • FIOD card
    • Drivers license
  • Range
    • Firearm of choice and holster - preferably the system you carry
    • Ear muffs or plugs
    • Safety glasses
    • Ammunition - 100 rounds for live fire and qualification
    • Snap caps for dry fire exercises
    • Concealment garment
    • Concealment purse

Notes

  • Course Fee includes: Training materials, Range Fees and Targets
  • Submit payment by check prior to training day. A non-refundable processing fee of $50.00 will be retained for any cancellation initiated by the course attendee.
  • Above Biometrics is our selected provided for Fingerprint and application services for those desiring these services. An agent will be present during the training to provide those services.
  • Your application is filed directly with the Illinois State Police (ISP) at www.isp.state.il.us/firearms/ccw/ccw-faq.cfm
  • Appropriate clothing includes long sleeve shirt, long pants, belt for holster, shoes or boots with socks, baseball cap

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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