An eight-hour course is required for students to obtain the Idaho Enhanced Concealed Weapons License (ECWL).
A six-hour introductory class that provides information about the types of optics that can be used to help aim a firearm. The class will discuss the types of optical sights available to aim firearms including:
Recommended uses for the different types will also be discussed. Class information will include advantages and disadvantages specific to the types of the optic. Some of the options available with sights will also be discussed, including the type and color of the reticule. The overall purpose of the class is to give the shooter information in order to make an informed decision about which optic to purchase for the intended use they envision for their firearm. We will also discuss some recommended training methods in order to get the most out of the optic and improve the shooter's skill with their firearm.
An eight-hour armed and unarmed combat course designed to prepare students to respond to surprise attacks. Format for this course will be classroom and range instruction. Basic armed and unarmed combative skills include: Shooting from unusual positions, standing and ground combat, gun retention, 360-degree movement, force options, unarmed to armed defense transitions, use-of-force legal considerations,...