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CCP Express: Concealed Carry Permit Class
January 3, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$40.00
Interested in getting your Concealed Carry Handgun Permit? This three-hour safety course satisfies the minimum training required by Tenn. Code Ann. § 39-17-1366 to obtain a Concealed Carry Handgun Permit (CCP). Tennessee does not require a permit to merely own a firearm (for example, if you keep one in your home). However, if you want to carry a firearm concealed on your person out in public, you’ll need a CCP. There are lots of people advertising permit classes nowadays. Before you sign up for the cheapest, closest, or shortest course you can find, please consider what makes CSA unique.
Some of the best features of our CCP class include:
- Uncompromising adherence to safety protocols
- Small classes with low student-teacher ratios
- Patient instructors who can relate to new and non-traditional shooters
- Attention to detail and individualized instruction
- A non-intimidating atmosphere
- No political advocacy or divisive, polarizing rhetoric
- Extra attention to fundamentals and practical application
- Primary focus on self-defense contexts (as opposed to hunting, sporting, or competition)
- Ultimate respect for students’ time, priorities, and motivations
The decision to carry a firearm for protection is an important one. We understand that this will be many people’s very first firearms training class, so we go out of our way to make it a positive experience.
This is a non-shooting class where we only cover safety, storage, legal principles, carry modes and methods, and other topics relevant to anyone who plans to carry a firearm in public. Since we’re not shooting at all, you won’t need to bring a firearm or any ammo or other range gear. Instead, all you’ll need is:
- A positive attitude
- An open mind
- Note-taking materials
CCP Express is a non-shooting course. If you’d like to take a course that includes live-fire, please consider the Enhanced Handgun Carry Permit course instead. That course is a full day, it includes a trip to the range, and it goes into a lot more detail about the implications and responsibilities of going armed. The Enhanced Permit also has fewer restrictions than the Concealed Carry Permit.