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  1. Post CHL Training 1 Carrying A Concealed Handgun.

  2. Course Goals- • Concealed Carry Equipment • Advantages and Disadvantages of different carry methods • Skill Development

  3. Course outline Introductions, Administrative and Safety issues Holsters and Concealed Carry methods Classroom Break Shooting Skills Range Practice for Shooting Skills.

  4. Introductions- Instructors and Students

  5. Administrative issues • No ammunition in the classroom! • Security of firearms • Restrooms and drinking fountains • Phones and emergency exits • Refreshments and snack policy • Smoking policy • Breaks and lunch • Room temperature

  6. Safety • TREAT ALL GUNS AS IF THEY ARE ALWAYS LOADED. • NEVER POINT A GUN AT ANYTHING THAT YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO DESTROY. • ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOUR SIGHTS ARE ON THE TARGET. • ALWAYS BE CERTAIN OF YOUR TARGET AND WHAT IS BEYOND.

  7. Range Safety and Equipment • Eye and ear protection. • Magazines needed. (2 or more) • Ammo required. (50 rounds) • Everyone is a Safety Officer. Anyone can call a CEASE-FIRE immediately if you see an unsafe act. • Only handle firearms under the supervision of a Range Officer. No exceptions!

  8. Range Safety and EquipmentCont. Positions of the gun on the range. • Holstered • At the ready • On target

  9. Range Safety and Equipment Cont. Live fire drawing from strong side holster only

  10. Austin Rifle Club rules pertaining to drawing from the holster All shooting shall be properly aimed, using a sight picture. There shall be no instinct, hip, or fast draw shooting. A pistol may be drawn from a holster and moved into a position where the sights can be properly aimed and fired. Rapid fire is defined as the rate a shooter can fire a firearm while correctly aligning the sights between each shot.

  11. Holsters and Concealed Carry methods.

  12. Holsters and Concealed Carry methods.Requirements of a good concealed carry holster. • Security. • Comfort. • Concealment.

  13. Easy Access Holsters Paddle holster Pancake holster Pocket holster IWB holster Tuckable IWB holster Belt slide Shoulder holster  Deep Concealment Holsters Ankle holster Fanny pack Purse holster Day planner/Laptop bag Thunderwear/Smartcarry Pager Pal Belly Band Types of Holsters

  14. Types of Holsters

  15. Fanny packs and laptop bags

  16. Belly Band

  17. Unsuitable Holsters for concealed carry

  18. Issues with type of holsters and positions of holsters • Strong side hip • Appendix carry • Cross draw • Shoulder holster, t-shirt holster • Fanny Pack

  19. Issues with type of holsters and positions of holsters Cont. • Small of back • Ankle • Pocket carry • Purse Holsters and Day Planners

  20. Dressing to conceal a handgun • Dark patterned shirts. • Vests • Sport jackets and blazers • Hawaiian shirts, Guayabera shirts, loose and long un-tucked shirts. • Other loose fitting clothing suitable for concealment.

  21. Day to day activities with a concealed handgun • Putting on your holster at home • Safety issues • Safe storage in the car • Putting on and removing the holster in your car

  22. Day to day activities with a concealed handgun Cont. • Adjusting your holster in public. • Windy days. • Crowded places, meeting people, and hugging kids. • Bending over and printing. • Others.

  23. Concealed carry in restrooms/dressing rooms. • Gun and Holster Security. • Concealment Requirements don’t change. • Fanny Pack and purse issues. • Practice at Home.

  24. Review of Holsters and Concealed Carry methods • Security. • Comfort. • Concealment.

  25. Classroom Break (Lunch)

  26. Range Skills • Grip and Stance • Concealment garments • Drawing and firing the gun • Re-holstering the gun • Reloading the gun • Malfunction clearing

  27. Safety • TREAT ALL GUNS AS IF THEY ARE ALWAYS LOADED. • NEVER POINT A GUN AT ANYTHING THAT YOU ARE NOT WILLING TO DESTROY. • ALWAYS KEEP YOUR FINGER OFF THE TRIGGER UNTIL YOUR SIGHTS ARE ON THE TARGET. • ALWAYS BE CERTAIN OF YOUR TARGET AND WHAT IS BEYOND.

  28. Stance and Grip Purpose/requirements of the Stance • Stable platform for accuracy • Absorb recoil for multiple shots • Allow mobility.

  29. Stance Types of stance • Weaver • Modified Weaver • Isosceles

  30. Grip Purpose/requirements of the Grip • Hold sights steady • Manage recoil for multiple shots • Hold gun tight enough to function correctly

  31. Grip Essentials of a good grip • High on the pistol • Cover as much of the grip as possible • Don’t grip so tight that the trigger finger is affected. • Firing hand squeezes front to back, support hand side to side.

  32. Concealment garments and drawing the gun • Untucked shirt or pullover • Open front vest or jacket • Tuckable holster and tucked in shirt. • Belly band and t-shirt holsters

  33. Drawing the gun and firing • Access the gun. • Get a firing grip. • Pull the gun out of the holster up to the side of the chest and rotate the gun forward.

  34. Drawing the gun and firing. Cont. • Push the gun towards the target. • Meet the gun hand with the support hand.

  35. Drawing the gun and firing. Cont. • As the sights come on target, place the trigger finger on the trigger. • Press the trigger when you have a "good enough" sight picture.

  36. Drawing the gun and firing. Cont. Good Enough Sight Picture

  37. Drawing the gun and firing. Cont. • When you are finished shooting, retract the gun to retention position.

  38. Drawing the gun and firing, video drawing and firing drawing and firing w/sightline

  39. Re-holstering the gun. • Gun pointed forward,not down • Support hand clears your clothing from holster • From retention position, re-holster • Replace garments.

  40. Re-holstering the gun video Re-holstering

  41. Practice dry firing- Drawing and re-holstering • On command “GRIP” Access the gun.Get a firing grip. • On command “Retention” Pull the gun out of the holster up to the side of the chest and rotate the gun forward. • On Command “Fire” Push the gun towards the target. Press the trigger when you have a "good enough" sight picture.

  42. Practice dry firing- Drawing and re-holstering • On command “Retention” When you are finished shooting, retract the gun to retention position. • On command “Holster” While the gun is pointed forward, use your support hand to clear your clothing away from your holster. Without covering yourself with the muzzle, drop your gun down and insert it into the holster.

  43. Reloading the gun.

  44. Reloading the gun. Semi-auto • Speed reload • Slide-lock reload • Tactical reload

  45. Strengths Fastest kind of reload. Simple to perform.- no slide manipulation. Weakness Leaves usable ammo behind. Speed reloadUsed to top off the gun before it runs empty.

  46. Speed reloadThe old mag drops on the ground, a round is in the chamber, the slide is forward • While reloading, keep the gun and your head up. • Drop the old mag. • Retract the gun and rotate it so you can see the inside edge of the mag well.

  47. Speed reload Cont. • Bring the new mag up to the pistol and look at the mag well as you insert the new mag • Seat the new mag firmly. Tug on it to make sure it it seated.

  48. Speed reload Cont. • Return to shooting position.

  49. Strengths Second fastest reload. Weakness Must manipulate the slide and or slide release. Slide-lock reloadUsed to top off the gun after it runs empty and the slide locks back.