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Concealed carry course offered

Posted on October 21, 2020

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Persons interested in obtaining an Illinois Concealed Carry License can enroll in the next Concealed Carry course being offered by Illinois Eastern Community Colleges.
The course is 6 to 10 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 12, and Friday, Nov. 13, and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 14, at Wabash Valley College’s Advanced Technology Center. Jay Carter is the instructor.
Not only will attendees learn the minimum information required by the Concealed Carry Act, but through the use of lecture and range drills, they will learn how to safely handle a handgun and hone their skills, as a marksman and survive a real-world encounter.
The course is designed to make everyone a more knowledgeable and accomplished shooter. Through the teaching of current trends and techniques, students will learn and understand how to maintain the proper mindset, skills and abilities that come with “bearing arms” for the purpose of self-defense.
Pre-registration is required. The cost of the 16-hour course is $192 for in-district students, which includes tuition and fees, and must be paid in advance to reserve a seat in the course. The cost for enrollees over 60 years old is $92.
For more information or to get registered, call 866-982-4322. For additional information concerning the program, call Concealed Carry Coordinator D. Ray Etzkorn at 618-262-6346 and leave a message.

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