This 8-hour course is the second of two modules needed to satisfy Maryland's Wear & Carry's 16-hour training requirement. Wear & Carry Day 2 provides you with a framework so that you are better prepared to face a defensive situation mentally, legally, and financially. Each student will learn about different types of flashlights, holsters, gun attachment lights, and their purpose in different situations. Students will learn how to properly perform dry fire drills, low light techniques, and shooting from behind cover. The course will conclude with a final proficiency test. This proficiency course was developed by the Maryland State Police in order to qualify for a Wear & Carry Permit. Each student will demonstrate gun safety and proficiency with a minimum passing score of 70%.
Day 2 Module Objectives:
Each participant will understand the “Fight or Flight” response and physiological reactions associated with extreme stress.
Each participant will understand the proper response to an identified threat.
All participants will understand when the right to deadly force ends.
At the conclusion of the class, each participant will have the knowledge and skills to communicate effectively with law enforcement in the aftermath of a situation.
Students will gain knowledge of Dry fire drills for home use.
Students will learn how hone defensive skills with an understanding of new Range Drills.
Students will learn techniques for low light shooting and experience low light shooting on the range.
Students will learn the importance of barrier shooting and the difference between cover and concealment.
Students will learn techniques for one-handed shooting and put this new skill to test on the range.
Finally, Students will shoot a culmination proficiency under the guidance of a USCCA instructor.
Each student must bring his or her own firearm, flashlight, outside-the-waistband holster, sturdy belt and 150 rounds of ammunition.
Day 2 Module is 8 hours of active training. A 1-hour lunch break will be provided. A refrigerator and microwave are on site for your use.
All students MUST wear range appropriate clothing includeing closed-toe shoes and a sturdy belt.
Duration 8 Hours