Kentucky CCDW Class

Where can I carry my gun?  What's the best gun to carry? Can I take my gun on vacation?  We teach this and more in our class.  You'll take an "Open Book" test,  and then you'll shoot your gun from seven yards.  

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OUR NEXT CLASS DATES

 

 

 

 


TUESDAY SEPT 18th  9am-3pm
SUNDAY SEPT 30th  9am-3pm

 

THURSDAY OCT 4th  9am-3pm THURSDAY OCT 18th  9am-3pm

 

THURSDAY NOV 1st  9am-3pm
THURSDAY NOV 15th  9am-3pm

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Normally classes cover:
* Legal Issues 
* Handgun Safety  
* Handgun Fundamentals
* Marksmanship Fundamentals
* Carry Concealed Issues 
* Ammunition
* Handgun Cleaning

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

I'm Tom Stratton, CCDW Instructor,
and I've always preferred teaching 
at S&D Indoor Range, Nicholasville.

The classroom is nice and well lit, the indoor 
range is perfect. You'll enjoy the class and 
it's easier than 
you think

 

Will you please read this - it's very important:
(1) Bring a Photo ID showing you're 21 
     and a resident of Kentucky.  
(2) Don't bring anyone with you that isn't a 
participant in the class.
(3) Bring only one gun, in a case. 
DON'T BRING A LOADED GUN TO CLASS
(4) Bring 20 rounds of ammo

  







(5) Bring a snack and/or a lunch. 
      If we don't stop we get out earlier.  
(6) Bring $85 (cash, credit, or debit card) 
per person.  ($75 for class + $10  range fee)

The Kentucky State Police was authorized by KRS 237.110 to issue and renew licenses to carry concealed 
firearms or other deadly weapons, or a combination thereof, to qualified persons. For more information click here 
to visit the Kentucky State Police website.


Kentucky State Police
919 Versailles Road Frankfort, KY 40601
(502) 782-9781

 

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