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This course leads to an Illinois Concealed Carry Training Class Certificate of the required subjects, to obtain your Illinois Concealed Carry License (CCW) from the State Of Illinois. The course objectives are to teach an individual the basic knowledge, skill and attitude necessary to become a safe and responsible gun owner.  The following topics will be covered:

FIREARM SAFETY

      – FOUR FUNDAMENTAL RULES OF FIREARM SAFETY
      – ADDITIONAL SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS
      – WEAPON IN YOUR HOME, VEHICLE AND PUBLIC STORAGE

Safe Storage
Rapid Access

      – FAMILY SAFETY PLAN

CARE, CLEANING, LOADING, UNLOADING FIREARM

      – FIREARM CLEANING
      – AMMUNITION IDENTIFICATION

              A. Size
              B. Shape and Physical Features
              C. Color Code
              D. Markings
              E. Packing
              F. Type

       – IDENTIFYING SMALL ARMS AMMUNITION

              A. Cartridge Case
              B. Propellant
              C. Primer
              D. Bullet

       – TYPES OF SMALL ARMS CARTRIDGES

              A. Combat and Training
              B. Training Only

       – CARTRIDGE MALFUNCTIONS

              A. Case Head Separation
              B. Dud
              C. Misfire
              D. Hang Fire
              E. Squib Load

       – MECHANICAL MALFUNCTIONS

              A. Failure to Feed
              B. Double Feed
              C. Slamfire
              D. Stovepipe

       – FIREARM SAFETY AND PARTS IDENTIFICATION

              A. Handgun Types
              B. Revolvers
              C. Pistols
              D. Safety and Unloaded Guns

BASIC PRINCIPLES OF MARKSMANSHIP

        - Body Position or Stance
        - Breath Control
        - Trigger Control and Proper Grip
        - Flinching
E. Proper Sight Alignment and Sight Picture
F. Errors in Sight Alignment
G. How To Determine Your Eye Dominance for Handgun Shooting
H. Sight Picture

SAFE CARRY CONSIDERATION

       - Identify Ways to Conceal a Firearm
       - Holster Consideration
       - Examples of Concealment Methods
       - Waistband Holsters
       - Ankle Holsters
       - In-Clothing Holsters
       - Pocket Holsters
       - Shoulder Holsters
       - Off-Body Carry

MAINTAIN CONTROL OF YOUR WEAPON

A. Limit Who Knows You Carry
B. Travel Consideration

– AVOID THE NEED TO USE YOUR WEAPON

A. Avoid Unsafe Areas Whenever Possible
B. Be Aware of Your Surroundings
C. Avoid and De-Escalate Confrontations

STATE LAWS RELATING TO FIREARMS

– 430 ILCS 66/10 (h) LAW ENFORCEMENT ENCOUNTERS

A. What to Do When You Encounter Law Enforcement

– 430 ILCS 66/65 PROHIBITED AREAS
– 430 ILCS 65/1 FIREARM OWNERS IDENTIFICATION CARD ACT
– 720 ILCS 5/7-1 USE OF FORCE IN DEFENSE OF PERSON

A. Reasonably Believe
B. Imminent Threat
C. Death or Great Bodily Harm
D. Post-Incident Safety

– 720 ILCS 5/7-2 USE OF FORCE IN DEFENSE OF DWELLING
– 720 ILCS 5/7-3 USE OF FORCE IN DEFENSE OF OTHER PROPERTY
– 720 ILCS 5/24-1 UNLAWFUL USE OF WEAPONS
– FEDERAL LAWS RELATING TO FIREARMS AND JUVENILE
– YOUTH HANDGUN SAFETY ACT
– GUN CONTROL ACT of 1968 – 18 U.S.C. 922 (x)
– GUN CONTROL ACT of 1968 – 18 U.S.C 924 (a) (6)

A. Children and Weapons

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