Armed And Informed Course
With the crazy times we live in people should be both armed with a firearm but informed of firearms law. Your safety and financial security depends on it.
Watch the video below as our founder explains how and why this firearms law course will greatly benefit you and your family.
How we offer the course?
We offer the course different ways. Every student can choose the method that’s most convenient and conducive for learning for that student.
All physical classes have been suspended due to COVID-19. Hopefully, we can presume physical classes once life begins to normalize.
At Your Convenience
The advantage of taking the course virtually is the convenience. The disadvantage is the inability to ask questions.
The Zoom course offers the best of both worlds. You can take the course at your convenience but since it’s live we can answer your questions.
We strongly defend the Second Amendment.
“A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.”
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)
This section provide answers to FAQS
How much is the course?
Please visit our pricing page for a breakdown of the pricing.
How long does it take to complete the course?
The answer depends on how you take the course:
- Physical Classes – The course is a one day, two hour course once we resume our physical classes.
- Online Classes – We divided the online course into four 30 minute segments. Hence, you determine how long the online course takes.
- Zoom Classes – Our Zoom course usually take around 2 hours total depending on various factors.
Is this a firearms safety course?
No, this is not a firearms safety course. You may contact the National African American Gun Association (NAAGA) for recommendations on firearms safety courses in area.
Do you offer memberships?
No, we don’t offer memberships not at this time. You may contact the National African American Gun Association (NAAGA) for membership.