Virginia Concealed Carry Permit Classes The Attorney General for the Commonwealth of VA has terminated the reciprocity agreement
with almost all the states Virginia had a concealed carry permit agreement with.     Read More >>


The Virginia Concealed Carry Permit Classes
(Resident and Non-resident)

In today’s environment you have to react within the first 5-6 seconds. In an active shooter situation most are over before the police arrive. In our Virginia concealed carry permit classes you will receive safety training based on the NRA guidelines. Once you have completed that portion of the course we will provide you with an additional study in the world of reaction to an armed intruder.

You will use the SIRT firearm program we have established to promote muscle memory. In other words, you will draw your SIRT pistol from a holster or purse fire onto the target while the instructor/computer system shows you your hits on the target. Our class provides you with actual situations without the worry of a live fire environment.

Most gun ranges cannot allow their patrons to practice drawing from concealed due to insurance risk but our program is safe. No live firearms only SIRT guns which feel, weigh and have a trigger operation that is the same as a Glock 17. When you complete our Virginia concealed carry permit classes you will leave with everything you need to get your Virginia CWP.

Price: $100  *including fingerprints and photos

Please Sign Up below, or call (804) 768-0294 to Reserve Your Seat

Why get your VA concealed carry permit?

It’s a great feeling knowing that if a dangerous situation arises, you have a way to protect those you care about.

We live in an increasingly dangerous world where crime and attacks can happen anywhere. According to a study by criminologist Gary Kleck, PhD, robbery and assault victims who used a gun to resist were less likely to be attacked or injured than those who used any other method of self-protection. A study published in the Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology found that when someone draws a concealed weapon in self-defense, the criminal retreats 55.5 percent of the time