ConcealedCarry.com unveils free online video shooting courses

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ConcealedCarry.com launches free online courses to help shooters better their fundamentals and dry firing. (Photo: ConcealedCarry.com)

ConcealedCarry.com debuts two new online video course series designed to help shooters improve their fundamentals without breaking the bank.

The courses, Handgun Grip Development and Ultimate Dryfire Training Program, are offered free of charge through ConcealedCarry.com and feature instructors Mike Hughes of Next Level Training as well as John Wallace of Shooter Technology Group.

“Grip is an under-rated shooting skill,” ConcealedCarry.com President Jacob Paulsen said in regards to the Handgun Grip Development course. “Mike Hughes breaks it down like never before.”

Paulsen added, “[The Ultimate Dryfire Training Program] reviews all the fundamental shooting skills while also showing the shooter how they can train and develop that skill in a dry fire environment. Students can improve as shooters without leaving their living room.”

Users simply register for a free user account to view and participate in the online video courses. Once completed, students will receive a course completion certificate.

Paulsen said the team at ConcealedCarry.com is dedicated to bringing quality content to gun owners that will enable them to become better shooters in the field.

“Dry fire practice is a recognized industry practice for building all shooting skills. We feel strongly that these two courses will provide the specific skill related instruction while also providing the context gun owners need to understand how to practice and build these skills over time,” commented Paulsen.



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