You’d think this would be a very easy question to answer but I found out last week emailing back and forth with the staff it apparently isn’t.
I’m building a new website and emailed asking if there’s a template or statement of purpose, or other similar page on the website I could copy and paste as an intro to the USCCA for people visiting my site.
After several attempts I never could get a straight answer so I’m having to wing it for myself.
Is our legal protection “insurance” or is simply a benefit provided to members of the organization?
Is the USCCA politically active in the 2nd Amendment and fight to expand carry rights?
The training and resources part is a no brainer, the site offers probably the best available online resoruce for CC law from state to state, reciprocity, restrictions etc.
After three decades as a firearms instructor and already as a member I started getting the daily/weekly training emails and got very interested in the program. After a year or so there was an instructor’s level class in my area so I jumped in.
The class confirmed my prior impression that for anyone who’s serious about self defense, particularly armed self defense and has even a decent background in handguns the program offers the most realistic and short route to competency I’ve seen.
No matter where you are in your level of training something can be gained progressing through the various courses and levels so I’ve been a staunch supporter and have been recommending to my students they consider joining and taking USCCA training courses for a couple of years.
Now, Dawn, can any of ya’ll help me, I need to put this together and get it up pretty quickly. Thanks, CR