Yakima Valley Spirits and Hops Trail

10/20/2021 - 11/3/2021

General Concealed Carry Level 1 at The Range

Location: Yakima

1701 Garretson Ln, Yakima, WA 98908

1st and 3rd Wednesday each month 6pm-7:30pm

In spite of the fact that Washington State has no education requirement for a Concealed Pistol Permit, our General Concealed Carry Class is a MUST for anyone wanting to know the laws and rules regarding Concealed Carry in this state. What are the dangers and considerations of carrying a concealed weapon? Where is it still unlawful for a CPP holder to have a firearm? These and other questions will be answered by this class, the curriculum written specifically for The Range by a long time Yakima Police Officer and Homicide Detective.  

Objectives:   Review of Safe Gun Handling Skills, Learn about Washington State Law regarding Self Defense and Justifiable Homicide, Where you can and cannot carry a concealed pistol in Washington State, Deadly Force/Armed Self-Defense Mindset, Situation Awareness and Conflict Avoidance, Dealing with the police both before and after a self-defense incident, Holster options, Review of Marksmanship, including Stance, Grip, Sight Alignment and Trigger Press, A Live-Fire portion in our climate-controlled indoor range to practice these skills.  

Gear Requirements:   Handgun with two magazines or revolver (recommended to have a speed loader). Comfortable clothing suitable for standing long periods of time. Open toed shoes or low cut clothing are not acceptable for training. Hearing and Eye protection (wrap around eye protection recommended). A baseball cap is strongly recommended (prevents ejected brass from falling on the face/neck area). Ammunition, 100 rounds.  

Rental Options:   Gun rentals are available with no rental charge for use during class. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to start time of training to select a firearm. All firearms rented must be accompanied by our ammo (available at reasonable prices). No outside ammo is allowed through rental firearms.  

Course Cost - $150 - There is no prerequisite to this class, however new and inexperienced shooters are strongly encouraged to take Basic Handgun Level I first.  

*Registering for a class constitutes an agreement to attend the class in which you enroll. After your class enrollment tuition payments are not refundable, but those funds may be applied to a future class with at least one week’s advanced notification. Emergencies are handled on a case-by-case basis. Call with questions 509-571-1449 between 11a.m. and 7p.m. Tuesday-Sunday or email training@therangellc.com.  


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