CPL Class | CCW Class | Personal Protection
EXCLUSIVE FIREARMS INSTRUCTION FOR INDIVIDUALS, FAMILIES, OR GROUPS
Mr. Freeman offers the NRA’s Personal Protection in the Home (also known as the CPL or CCW class), and his self-developed Law of Self-Defense 101 to individuals, families, and small groups in a private and personal setting.
A major portion of the CPL class is a classroom introduction to defensive shooting, basic defensive handgun skills, firearms and the law, strategies for home safety and responding to violent encounters, and selecting a handgun for self-defense. Following classroom instruction, students accompany Mr. Freeman to a local shooting range and shoot a minimum of 100 rounds of ammunition. Approximate Time: 8 hours (actual time depends on the number of attendees. Classes can be completed over the course of two days).
What to Bring: Pen, notebook, long pants (no shorts), long sleeve shirt, baseball-style cap
The Law of Self-Defense 101 is completed entirely in the classroom and covers a wide range of topics of interest to CPL/CCW permit holders and interested citizens, including: Murder, Manslaughter, Assault, Justification, Use of Deadly Force, Criminal Liability, Castle Doctrine, and an Introduction to Situational Management. Approximate Time: 3.5 hours.
Next class is scheduled for August 27, 2011 in the Troy, Michigan area. Course fee is $99. Please contact Mr. Freeman’s office to register. You must register in advance.
All Classroom instruction for both the CPL class and the Law of Self-Defense 101 takes place in Mr. Freeman’s office, or at a suitable location of your choosing.
Mr. Freeman also teaches two additional NRA courses: Basic Pistol and Home Firearm Safety.