Concealed Carry Certification Classes (CCW)
The number of concealed carry permit holders in the United States has soared to more than 12.8 million, according to the Washington Times. If you’re considering getting your concealed carry permit in Omaha, 88 Tactical offers the most comprehensive Concealed Carry Classes in Omaha, Nebraska or the surrounding areas.
In addition to the state required material, students take part in reality-based defensive drills, and are taught concepts of mindset and the realities of self-defense.
88 Tactical Concealed Carry Classes
The class consists of lecture, demonstrations, dry-fire practice, and live-fire training and testing. 88 Tactical’s Concealed Carry classes includes:
- Live-fire training
- Decision-making drills
- State qualification shoot
This is a valuable course for any responsible gun owner wanting to learn the basics of safety, storage, practical use, and self-defense laws.
What sets this course apart from other Concealed Carry Certification (CCW) classes?
88 Tactical recruits and retains the industry’s most experienced instructor cadre from the special operations military, law enforcement, and fire and rescue – many of whom continue to serve today.
All 88 Tactical training courses are built on the core concept of Reality Behavior-Based Conditioning© (RBBC). RBBC was developed from this maxim: “the study of behavior is as important as the study of tactics.”
88 Tactical concealed carry course condition an appropriate crisis response that maximizes performance. We work with, instead of against, a person’s survival-oriented instincts and intuitions.
You don’t need any prior knowledge or training to attend 88 Tactical’s Concealed Carry class. In eight hours, our expert instructors can take complete beginners and give them the knowledge and training they need to be a responsible permit holder. The instructors help students develop the right mindset, sharpen their skills and choose the right gear.
The best way to feel comfortable carrying a concealed weapon is to improve your skills and experience with hands-on practice. Getting your concealed carry permit is a great start, but your training shouldn’t end there. Don’t forget to come back to the shooting range for target practice, additional classes, or private instruction.