Register by Texting 406.961.5375 Series to run Wednesday evenings, 6-8 PM, throughout January. Location: The Bitterroot Sporting Club,167 Airport Rd. Hamilton, Montana 59840. Each of these courses may be attended as a stand-alone class OR the entire series plus a range time qualifier can be completed for certification towards a concealed carry permit. The fee …
Sponsored by the USCCA (United States Concealed Carry Association)
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Come on out this Thursday, January 12th from 6-8 pm for another event! We will be teaching: Self Defense & The Legal Use of Force at the Bitterroot Public Library, Community Program Room.The library is located at 306 State St, Hamilton, MT 59840 This event is sponsored by the United States Concealed Carry Association; there …
On Demand Learning When It Fits Your Schedule. “A study by Carnegie Mellon University found people tend to overestimate the extent to which they will take action–for themselves or others–when they are faced with a dangerous situation. Thus, courage is built over time through repetition and experience, more than through imagination.” –Google on the topic …
One of the paths towards concealed carry permit eligibility with Pistol & Pluck, LLC is completion of our Concealed Carry Home Defense Course with Range Live Fire to Demonstrate Proficiency. This is the first of that series of courses inside Concealed Carry Home Defense offered at no cost! Text if you need further information
As a woman, discernment is an excellent skillset to develop, even outside of law enforcement. I still rely on those skills.
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I knew that the fluids covering her body and long wet hair could carry disease and would need to be preserved as evidence; but she required physical and psychological shelter as much as a person needs oxygen. She flung herself into me and I responded by placing an arm around her and stepping in the space between her and her attacker.