Over centuries, modern firearms gradually replaced archaic weapons, such as the rapier and the sternly worded pamphlet. Take aim with this Groupon.
$75 for a Concealed-Carry Course with Range Time (Up to $150 Value)
Designed to meet the training required by Florida State Statute 790.06, the course guides students as they master fundamentals and learn how to use their weapon safely and effectively. Instructors place emphasis on personal safety during the three-hour classroom session. Students schedule a 45-minute live-fire session, in which they shoot off 50 practice rounds with private instruction and all equipment except ammunition and monogrammed holsters provided.
Alpha Omega Combat
Alpha Omega Combat's instructors come from significantly different backgrounds but share a main focus: a dedication to self-defense. Calling upon their studies in hapkido, tactical firearm use, and krav maga, they have learned to stay safe in dynamic situations, a trait they reveal in a six-day schedule of five classes. Elite krav-maga training serves as the cornerstone of their program, showcasing the Israeli Defense Force's dynamic fighting technique that draws from many different martial arts. They also run a women's self-defense course to prepares ladies for split-second decision making if threatened, and split firearm-combat courses between the classroom and the range.
100% of 20 customers recommend
“Impressed with the information and professionalism. Also an unexpected opportunity to meet and relate with the policemen on our force at a more personal level.”
“The concealed wepaons class was very informative. It helped to have a small class where we could ask questions and interact with the instructors. The only down side...”
“The concealed wepaons class was very informative. It helped to have a small class where we could ask questions and interact with the instructors. The only down side was not having a range for the shooting portion. I am still waiting to hear from Alpha Omega to schedule the range time.”
“My husband had very good things to say about his experience with them.”