Over centuries, modern firearms gradually replaced archaic weapons, such as the rapier and the sternly worded pamphlet. Take aim with this Groupon.
$75 for an Eight-Hour Concealed-Weapon Class ($150 Value)
A state- and NRA-certified instructor qualifies students to apply for a Michigan CCW permit—also known as concealed pistol license, or CPL—through eight hours of training, including one hour of live firing. To complete the course, students split this time between classes at the Southfield Public Library and range practice at Double Action Indoor Shooting Center. Tuition includes all necessary materials, such as range fees, books, and a gun rental. Upon successful completion of the class test, students receive a certificate of completion that they can use toward applying for a state CCW permit.
CCW Advance’s state- and NRA-certified instructor, Christopher Laird, keeps his courses to 10 students, ensuring they receive personal attention and understand gun operation and safety fundamentals before they apply for a Michigan concealed pistol license. In each of his classes, Christopher focuses on the differences between personal protection at home versus the outdoors and how the gun owner's responsibilities change in different scenarios. He picks convenient spots around Southfield for each part of his classes, such as a local library for classroom training, a local range for live-fire training, and locally prepared soufflés for targets.