Concealed carry instructors have been given the authority to begin training courses, by the Illinois State Police.
A range in Marion is booked throughout the month of November with hundreds more on a waiting list, per the range’s executive director.
Illinois State Police are busy preparing concealed carry applications, and Tombstone Gun Range executive director Kim Hargraves says they have been running ahead of schedule.
“We were able to get instructors certified and start rolling on our classes a little bit sooner than we had expected,” said Hargraves.
Regardless of your shooting experience, classes are geared toward beginners, starting with stance.
“Sometimes people will bring their support hand in a little bit where their elbow drops down and they shoot in a position. It’s a little more comfortable with your arms in closer,” said certified instructor David Kemp.
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by Personal Defense World / Oct 15, 2013