South Carolina Concealed Weapon Permit Training
Are you looking to obtain a concealed weapon permit in South Carolina? If so, you may be wondering what kind of training is required in order to be eligible to apply for a permit. In this blog post, we will provide an overview of the training requirements for a South Carolina concealed weapon permit, as well as some tips on where to find certified training courses.
First, it's important to note that in order to apply for a concealed weapon permit in South Carolina, you must be at least 21 years old and a resident of the state. Additionally, you must not be prohibited by state or federal law from possessing a firearm.
In terms of training requirements, South Carolina law requires that applicants for a concealed weapon permit must complete a firearms training course that is certified by the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED). The course must include instruction on the laws governing the carrying of a concealed weapon in South Carolina, as well as instruction on the proper use and handling of a handgun.
Certified training courses can be found at gun clubs, shooting ranges, and other firearms training facilities throughout the state. Some of these courses may be offered by certified instructors, while others may be offered by the facility itself. It's important to verify that the training course you choose is certified by SLED in order to ensure that it meets the requirements for a concealed weapon permit.
Once you have completed a certified training course, you will need to submit proof of your training, along with your application for a concealed weapon permit, to SLED. Your application will then be reviewed and, if approved, you will be issued a concealed weapon permit.
In summary, obtaining a concealed weapon permit in South Carolina requires completing a certified firearms training course. These courses can be found at gun clubs, shooting ranges, and other firearms training facilities throughout the state. Be sure to verify that the course you choose is certified by SLED in order to ensure that it meets the requirements for a concealed weapon permit.
At Carolina Firearms Academy, our Instructors are certified by the National Rifle Association, NRA, the North Carolina Justice Academy, and the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division, SLED. Let us help you get your Concealed Weapon Permit today.