Kentucky Conceal Carry Information, Concealed Weapon Permit Class, New Pistol Owner Training and Private CCDW Instruction.
Thank you for visiting Right To Conceal. We hope you find the information on our site to be of value when it comes to Carrying Concealed Deadly Weapons in Kentucky, Pistol Training and the defense of your 2nd Amendment rights. We’re dedicated to providing quality training for the Kentucky CCDW Permit and New Gun Owner Training. Information on dates for classroom instruction may be found on the Register link.
Interested groups or organizations of 5 or more for Private Instruction throughout the Commonwealth of Kentucky, please email us through the “Contact Us” link provided or call us at 859-391-6975.
Any applicants interested in one of the reoccurring Concealed Carry Classes at the Sportsman's Warehouse location in Lexington, KY will need to make a minimum deposit of $30 by phone at 859-263-7000 option 0 or in person at the location. Applicants opting to pay by credit will save $5 and may do so via the PayPal option during online registration. Call or look at the calendar under the registration tab for the next Northern Ketucky Concealed Carry Dates.
The cost of the class covers the course instruction, applicant manual, targets, and range time. This is the case for both Classroom or Private Group Trainings. You will need to provide a pen, ID, pistol and 20 rounds of ammunition. It is also recommended to bring a cleaning kit.The weapon does not need to be registered to you, nor does it need to be the weapon you choose to carry at a later date. Arrangements may be made if you do not have a weapon available.
Kentucky Conceal Carry Applicants are required to meet basic requirements before enrolling in a class. Please refer to the "Requirements" link above to review the qualifications. KY CCW Applicants, after passing an open book test, are required to fire 20 rounds at a large B-21 silhouette target covering a distance of 7 yards. Any round, which hits the sihouette portion of the target, counts as a hit. 11 out of 20 hits are required to pass the shooting portion of the class.