Rainwater Arms, a gun shop in Cuba, Missouri, is now giving local residents the chance to take their concealed carry class, which is a course that individuals can take before obtaining a permit to carry a loaded firearm.
According to Cuba Free Press, you have to be 21 years or older — or 18 years old if you are an active member of the Armed Forces — to take the class. The cost for attending is $75 for an individual, or $65 for people in groups of two or more. The eight-hour class includes lunch and books. It costs $15 to rent the first firearm and $10 for the second. Ammo is included.
“Business kept growing. We started doing concealed carry because our children wanted to get their concealed carry license and host a course. One thing led to another, so we got certified,” said Carol Rainwater. “People feel more confident with it and concealed carry offers more of a level of protection.”
As the news report states, the class covers a variety of topics, including Missouri state laws for justifiable use of force, cleaning and maintenance, range safety, handling and safe storage, aiming and grip, and how to correct a malfunction. Students will be shooting a .22-caliber semi-auto pistol, as well as a revolver.
“We try to give great personal service, specialize in concealed carry products and give the best training,” said John Rainwater. “We will work the concealed carry class around a person’s schedule.”
If you are interested in taking the concealed carry course, contact Rainwater Arms at 573-885-1518. Rainwater Arms is located at 1219 McDade Springs Road in Cuba.
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