The BSRPC is privileged to be the host range for the live-fire portion of the Concealed Carry Training Courses being offered by Jeff Jacomet a certified firearms instructor. Jeff has an extensive experience in law enforcement and firearms to provide you with the most up-to-date information and real-life experience in regards to self-defense and the use of deadly force.
|Phone: (567) 204-4709
Contact Jeff via Email
|Bio: Jeff Jacomet has served as a Law Enforcement Officer since 1989 and has been a Certified Firearms Instructor since 1994. He is a certified law enforcement instructor for semi-auto pistols, revolvers and shotguns, and has earned Armorer Certification for the Colt AR15/M16/M4 rifles, Remington 870 shotgun and 700 rifles, and Sig Sauer pistols. He has also received extensive training in firearm ballistics.
To inquire about available space in an upcoming class please contact Jeff directly by phone or email.
CCW Course Description:
Ohio State Law requires that all potential Concealed Carry licensees to take an eight (8) hour instructional course that consists of both classroom and live-fire training at the range. The classroom portion of the course covers the following information:
- Training & Educational Requirements
- Training & Competency Certification
- Temporary Emergency License
- Minimum Educational Requirements
- The Application Process
- Sheriff’s Criteria for Issuing the License
- Criminal Record
- Mental Competency
- Protection Orders
- License Denials and Appeals
- License Renewals and Competency Recertification
- Duties that Accompany Having a CCW License
- Identification Required
- Forbidden Carry Zones
- Transporting in Motor Vehicles
- Traffic Stops & Other Law Enforcement Encounters
- Private Property & the Workplace
- Concealed Carry by Law Enforcement
- Use of Deadly Force
- Criminal Issues
- Civil Issues
- Castle Doctrine
- Defense of Others
- Conclusion: Self-Defense Issues
- Defense of Property
The course-of-fire and requirements of the Live-Fire portion of the course is mostly left up to the instructors discretion. This allows the instructor to focus on each class and each individual students needs based on their level of experience and proficiency with a handgun.