$79 for an Eight-Hour Concealed-Firearms-Permit Course at Southern Nevada Fire Arms Training ($165 Value)

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NRA-certified instructors teach gun laws and safe-firearm operation to ready participants to apply for a CCW permit in the state of Nevada

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$79 for an Eight-Hour Concealed Firearms Permit Course ($165 Value)

During the eight-hour course, NRA-certified instructors cover the skills needed to obtain a concealed-carry permit in the State of Nevada, including how to safely handle a handgun and fire it from the correct shooting position. The instructors also illuminate various firearms laws. Customers may choose to take the course in a single eight-hour session (available on Saturdays) or split the course into two four-hour classes on consecutive Tuesdays and Thursdays. See the current class schedule here. If participants wish to take the class for an endorsed CCW application, they must also prove their prowess at the range with a revolver or semiautomatic pistol. Though the course includes a $15 range fee, shooters still need to supply their own firearms and ammunition. The application also requires an additional $97.50 fee to the Las Vegas Metro Police Department, which covers the necessary background check and fingerprints.

Southern Nevada Fire Arms Training

The NRA-certified instructors at Southern Nevada Fire Arms Training believe that gun owners should always be improving their skills regardless of whether they're complete novices or seasoned pros. That's why the instructors—some of whom boast past experience as law-enforcement officers, military personnel, or video-game characters—work one-on-one with shooters during training sessions that cater to each shooter's skill set and pace. In addition to this personalized instruction, they also teach immersive, all-day courses that prepare participants to apply for concealed-carry permits.

All of their courses take place at Guns and Ammo Garage, where shooters can hone their skills across 12 shooting lanes.