Concealed Carry Done Right
Check our complete training schedule for a list of upcoming classes.
January 14th & 15th – 9am to 5pm
January 28th & 29th – 9am to 5pm
February 11th & 12th – 9am to 5pm
February 25th & 26th – 9am to 5pm
March 11th & 12th – 9am to 5pm
March 25th & 26th – 9am to 5pm
April 22nd & 23rd – 9am to 5pm
May 6th & 7th – 9am to 5pm
May 20th & 21st- 9am to 5pm
June 3rd & 4th – 9am to 5pm
June 17th & 18th – 9am to 5pm
July 15th & 16th – 9am to 5pm
July 29th & 30th – 9am to 5pm
August 12th & 13th – 9am to 5pm
August 26th & 27th – 9am to 5pm
September 9th & 10th – 9am to 5pm
September 23rd & 24th- 9am to 5pm
October 7th & 8th – 9am to 5pm
October 21st & 22nd – 9am to 5pm
November 4th & 5th – 9am to 5pm
December 2nd & 3rd- 9am to 5pm
The decision to carry concealed is an important one. It is a choice that bears incredible responsibility. At OnPoint, we strongly believe those who choose to carry should have the best training to do so safely.
Rather than provide a course that just meets the minimum standards, we’re committed to providing a program that goes far beyond the basic state requirements. Utilizing our expert staff, curriculum-based firearms training program, and our state-of-the-art facility, we’re offering the most comprehensive Concealed Carry Handgun (CCH) Course in North Carolina.
In addition to the standard review of self-defense laws and other required topics, at OnPoint you’ll cover our Level 1 and 2 Courses. In this part of the program, you’ll learn the skills you’ll need to carry concealed, which includes drawing from a holster, shooting singles, standard responses (2 shots), non-standard responses (3 shots or more), reloads with and without retention, basic malfunction clearances, low-light shooting, and other relevant skills.
More About Our CCH Course
You’ll also have the option of participating in shoot/no shoot, force-on-force scenarios in our state-of-the-art Challenge House. This is a training opportunity that you’ll not find in any other concealed carry course in the state and at only a few advanced training facilities in the country.
This course will take two full days. You’ll leave the course well-prepared for your new responsibility. You’ll also be ready to sign up for our Every Day Carry 1 Course where you’ll fine-tune existing and learn new shooting skills with a major focus on Every Day Carry equipment, mindset, tactics and drawing from inside the waistband and concealment skills.
Our two-day CCH course is the most comprehensive in North Carolina. You will learn all fundamentals in our Handgun 1 and 2 courses, as well as legal requirements, basic handgun maintenance and practical application of tactics in our state-of-the-art non-lethal shoot house.
Length of Class: 16 Hours over 2 days
Round Count: 200
Equipment Needed for CCH
- A sturdy belt (minimum 1.5″ in width, heavy leather or nylon is recommended) to be worn on pants with belt loops.
- A full or compact size, double-stack handgun, such as a Glock 19, Sig 320, or S&W M&P is recommended. Smaller sub-compact handguns such as the S&W Shield, Glock 43 or Sig 365 are acceptable, but may require more frequent reloading and are more difficult to manipulate than a larger handgun.
- A revolver is acceptable, but not optimal for the reasons outlined above.
- Micro compacts such as the S&W Bodyguard or Ruger LCP are NOT acceptable for this class.
- A quality outside the waist band (OWB) kydex or leather holster for your handgun. This will need to be worn on the dominant-hand side of the body.
- Nylon “floppy” holsters, clip holsters, and Serpa-type holsters with a side-mounted release button are not acceptable.
- Purses, handbags and similar items are also not acceptable.
- Minimum of two magazines for your handgun and two speed loaders for revolvers.
- A minimum of one magazine pouch which will fit your handgun magazine(s).
- Factory loaded ammunition, 9mm or greater caliber is recommended. Ammunition is available for purchase at OnPoint.
- Bring ammunition amounts listed for your class in the description.
- Eye glasses / Protective eye ware (prescription glasses are acceptable)
- Ear protection
- Closed-toed, supportive shoes
- Closed-collar shirt or scarf (to prevent hot brass from going down your shirt)
- Note taking material and pen
- Snacks / lunch
- Water bottle / drinks
Be sure to review our rescheduling and cancellation policy.