Knowledge transfer is the prime objective of every quality educational institute. This includes shooting schools and concealed carry instruction. Practical Defensive Training, LLC strives to give students the knowledge, skills, safety and awareness to perform life saving tasks to the best of their abilities. These articles serve to further an individuals understanding beyond their basic concealed carry classes to truly becoming a responsibly armed citizen.
To this end, we will publish and link articles which attempt to present information for civilians, students, instructors and armed professionals pertinent to concealed carry and defensive firearms training.
These article will include information on:
- The importance of the Second Amendment
- Training classes
- Practice drills
- Concealed carry gear
- Traveling with your firearms
There will also be content for the defensive firearms instructor community on teaching styles, adult learning and community interaction.
We are updating this page continuously with all of our new concealed carry articles. Keep checking in with us, and you will find new content that is definitely worth your time to read.
General Concealed Carry Information:
Here you will find information about concealed carry, including class content, considerations for continuing your training, information about learning and many other general topics.
Concealed Carry Gear/Equipment:
This section will discuss gear and equipment choices.
Traveling With Your Firearms:
Transporting your firearms can have some legal and safety considerations. This section will dive into topics related to traveling with your gun.
Safety is the number one responsibility of any shooter. The articles in this section are a must read.
Skills and Drills:
This section will give advice on improving your skills.
Here you will find information for instructors (and students who are interested) professional development.
The Second Amendment:
Here are some introspective articles on the importance and meaning of the second amendment.
On Sheep, Wolves and Sheepdogs
– Lt. Col (Ret) Dave Grossman, from the book “On Combat”
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