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Top 10 Reasons More People Should Conceal Carry
1: To Protect Your Family
2: You Don’t Have Time To Wait For The Police
3: You Can’t Rely On Someone Else To Save You
5: Violent Criminals Are Out There
6: You’ll Develop A Greater Respect For Firearms
7: You Gain The Tactical Advantage In Dangerous Situations
8: You Become More Aware of Your Surroundings
9: You Are In An High-Crime Area
10: Because It’s Your Right
Bear Arms student level firearm training courses offer hands-on, in-person training for the beginner to advanced student. Our unique teaching methodology and variety of offerings enhances the learning experience so that students get more out of their education. Focus is on safe firearm handling, storage, maintenance, and shooting techniques for accuracy. Educated gun owners make our communities safer for everyone!
Concealed carry is legal for residents with a Nevada Firearm permit and for non-residents with a license/permit from a state Nevada honors. To apply for a Concealed Firearm Permit, a person must be 21 (18 for military), complete an approved course in firearm safety and demonstrate competence (qualify) with any handgun. Both residents and non-residents can obtain permits. Some areas are off-limits, such as school premises, including parking lots, and inside public airports. In terms of reciprocity, Nevada recognizes permits from states that meet specific criteria and maintains the list on its website.
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33 RECIPROCATING STATES
NRA Personal Protection in the Home (PPITH) is an in-person intermediate level firearm class for students who are interested in safely protecting their family, home, and surroundings. This objective-based class takes students beyond basic pistol safety concepts to include when you can use your firearm for home defense. "safe room" principles and emergency planning, discouraging thieves, preventing unauthorized use of home firearm, controlling confrontations, awareness mindset, use of cover & concealment, proper interaction with the police after an incident, and basic personal protection shooting techniques & skill development, Students will need a pistol, 150 rounds of factory ammunition (guns and ammunition is not allowed in the classroom), eye & ear protection (prescription eyewear acceptable), and a positive attitude. Upon successfully passing this course, including knowledge exam and shooting drills, students will meet NRA Personal Protection in the Home national standards and will earn an official certificate of completion. Approximately 8 hours including live fire training.
NRA Personal Protection
Outside the Home (PPOTH)
NRA Basics of Pistol Shooting (ILT)