Concealed Carry NOLA

NRA Certified & LSP Registered Instructors

CCNOLA In Home Or Office Concealed Handgun Permit Course

Dedicated to teaching Knowledge, Skills & Attitude.

Our instructors will come to you, making it easy for you to get your concealed handgun permit. This private training is the quickest and most convenient way for you to get your permit. We'll deliver all of the 9 hours of training required by Louisiana Law in less time than it would take in a regular scheduled classes. In a one-on-one private environment you'll have the complete attention of our instructors. This way we can design the class specifically for you... advising you on your individual situation, your gun, your home or work environment and needs. We can complete the classroom portion of the course in your home or office in one day or divide the training up over two days. Whatever is convenient for you! Rates for the in home or office private CHP Course vary depending on the number of people who will be participating. The more people, the bigger the discount!.:

Cost Schedule for In Home Or Office or Private CHP Course:

One Person in Home or Office Course $175.00

2-3 People in Home or Office Course $150 per person

4-9 People in Home or Office Course $120.00 per person

10-19 People in Home or Office Course $100.00 Per Person

20 or more People in Home or Office Course $90.00 Per Person

Note: Range fee, gun rental, or ammo not included in course fee. You may use your own gun and for the class. A fuel charge may apply if your home or office is outside the Greater New Orleans Area.

CCNOLA Concealed Handgun Permit Course Description:

Lesson # 1 – Pistol Knowledge and Safe Gun Handling

Identify the principle parts of a pistol and revolver, their nomenclature, types of action, and demonstrate how they function.

Name, explain, and adopt the NRA rules for safe gun handling.

Demonstrate how to handle pistols in a safe manner.

Lesson # 2 – Child and Unauthorized Person Access Prevention

State the importance of preventing children from accessing firearms without proper supervision.

Identify 3 ways that children can be prevented from accessing firearms.

Assess the various ways that child access can be prevented and determine which ways are best suited for them

Describe the value of redundancy in any security regimen.

Resolve to implement an effective child access prevention strategy with respect to firearms under their control.

Appreciate the inherent value of gun proofing kids in addition to kid proofing guns.

Lesson # 3 – Ammunition Knowledge and the Fundamentals of Pistol Shooting

The different components of a pistol cartridge.

The firing sequence of a cartridge.

How to properly store ammunition.

The major types of cartridge malfunctions and how to handle them safely.

The fundamentals of pistol shooting.

Lesson # 4 – The Use of Deadly Force and Conflict Resolution

The OODA loop and the awareness and avoidance in potentially confrontational situations.

Jeff Cooper’s system of color codes that describe awareness.

How body language and eye contact can prevent and/or de-escalate potentially confrontational situations.

What conduct is justified under LRS 14:18, 14:19, 14:20, 14:21, and 14:22, and how the reasonable person standard is applied.

Justification Theory under the competing harms doctrine.

What less than lethal force options may be available and when they may be appropriate.

Lesson # 5 – Handgun Shooting Positions

Demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and attitude necessary to safely and accurately shoot a handgun from bench rest, two hand standing, and one hand standing positions.

Properly score a pistol target.

Explain the basic guideline for purchasing a pistol.

Lesson # 6 – Range Firing and Pistol Cleaning

Shoot targets safely from the 3 basic positions.

Hit the silhouette area of a B-27 target 36 times in 36 attempts; 12 rounds each at 6 feet, 10 feet, and 15 feet, while performing at least 1 safe reload at each distance.

Identify the materials and process needed to clean a pistol safely.

Clean a pistol safely.

Assessments - Each Student Must:

Hit the silhouette area of a B-27 target 36 times in 36 attempts; 12 rounds each at 6 feet, 10 feet, and 15 feet, while performing at least 1 safe reload at each distance.

Receive an acceptable score on a Basic Pistol Shooting Course examination.