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    Hey guys, I'm going in May to the NRA Law enforcement instructors course. Unfortunately, I found out that this certification will not allow me to teach civillians for CCW licenses. I'll also be taking a civillian course and wanted to hear about what to expect, what kind of course of fire, etc. to expect in the civillian course.

    I've spoken with a few NRA TC's here but they're pretty vague about the class...? Is there even any live fire involved as the few that i've spoken with don't give an answer as for ammo requirements, or anything involving live range activities.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ClearSightTactical View Post
    Hey guys, I'm going in May to the NRA Law enforcement instructors course. Unfortunately, I found out that this certification will not allow me to teach civillians for CCW licenses. I'll also be taking a civillian course and wanted to hear about what to expect, what kind of course of fire, etc. to expect in the civillian course.

    I've spoken with a few NRA TC's here but they're pretty vague about the class...? Is there even any live fire involved as the few that i've spoken with don't give an answer as for ammo requirements, or anything involving live range activities.....
    Who registered you for the course...?

    If you go to the NRA LEO Instructor Development School web page it will answer some of your questions... The rest of them should be in the "announcement" email they send out after registering.

    The only question it does not really cover is the courses of fire, but it does tell you approx how much range time vs. classroom, and topics for the course.
    " I carry a gun because cops are too heavy" ~ Unknown

  4. Quote Originally Posted by VTLO910 View Post
    Who registered you for the course...?

    If you go to the NRA LEO Instructor Development School web page it will answer some of your questions... The rest of them should be in the "announcement" email they send out after registering.

    The only question it does not really cover is the courses of fire, but it does tell you approx how much range time vs. classroom, and topics for the course.
    Patrick gallivan w/ the NRA L.E Division. I'm actually asking about the civillian coure> I have the course of fire/all info for the le course.

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