Course Catalog

We recommend at least an hour of basic shooting instruction before you take a Concealed Weapons Course so that you will be comfortable when you shoot 25 to 50 rounds on the range to qualify for your permit. Currently we are scheduling one CWP class per month.

Chris is also available at other times by appointment. Contact us to set an appointment or see our calendar to check for class dates. Coming to your church or facility is also an option.

Choose from these classes or request customized instruction. Fees will vary according to the course and number of participants. Watch for more courses to be added.

Women’s Basic Handgun

This course serves as an introduction to handguns, with a focus on how women approach guns. It is estimated to take 3 to 4 hours, depending on the number of participants. Topics covered include:

  • Gun safety
  • Fundamentals of handgun shooting
  • Dry fire practice (with dummy rounds or snap cap)
  • Live fire practice
  • Bring your own handgun to practice with if you have one
  • A variety of handguns will be available to shoot at no extra cost

Women’s Intermediate Pistol

This course is for those who have done some shooting and are ready to hone their skills. It is estimated to take 4-6 hours, depending on class size. Topics covered include:

  • Revolvers versus semi-automatics
  • Bullets and ballistics
  • Cycle of operation
  • Common Malfunctions
  • Holsters and concealed carry
  • Establishing personal boundaries
  • Shooting fundamental review
  • Dry fire practice (with dummy rounds or snap caps)
  • Live fire practice

Women’s Defensive Pistol

This course is for the woman who is ready to learn more about self defense. It is estimated to take 5 to 8 hours depending on class size. Topics covered include:

  • The defensive mindset
  • Avoid, escape, defend
  • Use of force
  • Cover versus concealment
  • Voice commands
  • Marksmanship versus defensive shooting
  • Drawing from the holster
  • Loading and reloading
  • Practice with purpose
  • Dry fire practice (with dummy rounds or snap caps)
  • Live fire practice

Basic Handgun

This course serves as a basic introduction to handguns. It takes about 2.5 hours. There is no live fire practice in this course. Topics covered include:

  • Self defense firearm basics
  • Defensive shooting fundamentals
  • Gear and gadgets
  • Basic and advanced skills

Concealed Carry

This is the course that you take to earn your Concealed Weapons Permit.

Click this link to shop.doubleeaglegunworks.org to reserve your seat for an upcoming class.

Class starts promptly at 9 am and runs until about 5 pm with a lunch break on your own around one. Several restaurants are available at the corner of Hwy 221 and Stone Station or Hwy 221 and I-26. You may also bring lunch if you prefer. We will complete classwork in the morning, with a written test and range qualification in the afternoon.

Bring a pen and paper, your driver’s license, a handgun, and fifty rounds of ammunition. Bring protective eyewear and hearing protection.

Dress for comfort and safety, with closed-toed shoes and a high neckline. Bring a hat. On rainy days, be aware that the outdoor range may get a little muddy and choose your shoes accordingly. We do have a covered shooting area.


Not sure which course you need? Ask us! We’ll help you decide what type of training will suit your goals. Meanwhile, feel free to browse the blog for gun topics including what it’s like to shoot a gun and what happens at a concealed weapons course.

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