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North Carolina Concealed Handgun Carry Class

R&R Front-Sight Inc GUNS & AMMO (Now Open) 57 Main St. Bryson City, NC

Pre-Regestration required for Spring and Summer Classes


Sat., September 12th, 2015
8:00a.m. - 4:30p.m.
R&R Front-Sight Inc.
57 Main Street Bryson City, NC
Course fee: $65.00

Sat. September 19th, 2015
8:00 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
National Guard Armory
Murphy, NC
Course fee: $65.00

NOTE: All class times based on a "working lunch" schedule HANDGUN RENTAL Available At All Classes **PRIVATE CLASSES AVAILABLE **

Retired Law Enforcement Officer H.R. 218 Qualification CALL for dates

2:00 p.m.- 11:00 p.m.
Cherokee County Sheriff's Training Facility
Marble, NC
Course fee: $100.00

Call (828) 361-2604 or
e-mail us to sign up.

Concealed Handgun Carry
Class General Outline:

Legal issues
Handgun safety
Marksmanship fundamentals
Carrying concealed safety
Presentation techniques
Cleaning and maintenance
Proficiency drills

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In North Carolina, Justified Self Defense is derived from North Carolina Common Law and a few statutory laws. North Carolina has the so-called "Castle Doctrine". Read the questions below to test your knowledge of the laws as they apply to self defense.
  1. You are awakened in the middle of the night by the sound of breaking glass in your bedroom window. You grab your pistol and observe a man wearing a ski mask and holding a pry bar. He is standing just outside your window. Can you legally use deadly force against the person before he enters through the window or must you wait until he gets in?

  2. You are awakened in the middle of the night by a noise in your bedroom. You grab your pistol and turn on the light. You see a man at the foot of your bed. He is wearing a ski mask and holding your jewelry box in his hands. He sees you and turns to run out the bedroom door. Can you legally use deadly force against the person who has broken into your home and running away with your jewelry?

  3. You have just watched the evening news about a serial murderer and rapist. You go out to get the newspaper from your driveway, and see the murderer and rapist attempting to steal your car. Can you legally use deadly force against the killer who is attempting to take your car?
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Our instructors are professional when it comes to training others in safe handgun operations. Their passion for teaching and safety shows during their courses, yet they establish a very friendly and comfortable training environment.

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