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This course is for the responsibly armed citizen. It is concealed carry centric however all who carry in any capacity are welcome. 


Far too often citizens of America stick a gun in their pants and quit there. Oftentimes armed citizens are completely oblivious to the things they may encounter in the world beyond their front door. This is a course dedicated to those of us who intend to offer assistance to others. We will explore what risk may be involved in doing so, and also find best practices to mitigate that risk based on the students own stated life mission parameters.

 In this course we will dive deep into the responsibility you have as an armed member of society, and the things often overlooked by the masses that you may want to consider. We will explore the statistical data of armed citizen events and find out truly what we are likely to expect and prepare for it accordingly. We will also discuss and train for the outlier events. The events that are not likely, but must be won. 


The student can also expect to learn basic medical lifesaving techniques to help others who may have potentially fatal bleeding injuries. The student will leave with an understanding of the depth of their responsibilities as an armed citizen, be able to identify areas of improvement in their craft, and know how to get better as time goes on. This class is for The Helper.” 


Student should understand and apply the firearm life safety rules at all times. Student should know how to load and unload their weapon safely without help. Safety is always of the utmost concern. Everything is your responsibility.


Gear Required

  • Quality concealed carry pistol. While subcompacts will be allowed, they are not recommended. Full size or compact weapons will be more beneficial for this course. 

  • Duty/Concealed carry holster 

  • Fabric or hybrid holster NOT allowed. Student should have a solid kydex holster or high quality leather holster made for their specific firearm model that maintains its form after the gun is removed. Holsters that collapse on themselves will not be allowed. 

  • Solid concealed carry belt. (Ares Ageis, Blue Alpha, Tenicor Zero or similar) 

  • Eye protection 

  • Ear protection (electronic preferred but not required) 

  • 400 rounds of ammo

  • Hydration 

  • Snacks/lunch 

Recommended Gear

  • Mag pouch for the spare mag

  • ⁃Camp chair 

  •  Notebook/Pencil 

  •  Spare gun/holster 

  •  Batteries for optics

  •  Tools for takedown of weapon

  •  Lube 

  •  Rain Gear as we will run rain or shine. 

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*We are aware of ammo shortages and pricing. We understand. We believe good meaningful reps, knowledge, and understanding are more valuable than mindlessly pulling a trigger. Therefore, for all JBS classes, we have created the curriculum so that you may bring less than the suggested amount and get all of the same value, minus more live fire reps. You can get through any of our courses with 500 rounds. If you are fortunate enough to have more than that available, bring it. You'll want to shoot it. But if you're struggling, 500 is all you'll need to have an outstanding time.

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