American Conceal And Carry is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business.
It was started by Jamie Kadavy and Audra Wirth on the belief that every law abiding American should have a conceal and carry license. Along with a firearm to protect themselves, their families, loved ones, and if needed strangers.
Call today to sign up over the phone: 402.953.1624
The American Conceal and Carry Nebraska Conceal and Carry course is approved by the Nebraska State Patrol and meets all the requirements for you to receive your Nebraska Concealed Handgun Permit that is recognized in 34 US States.
This course taught by Jamie Kadavy, a Military weapons expert, NRA Certified Pistol Instructor and certified Nebraska Concealed and Carry Instructor.
The CCW course was designed to accommodate the lowest level of experienced personal with firearms. It will provide training and education not only on firearm safety, Firearm nomenclature, Nebraska state laws, but for Americans intending to use a handgun for self defense against those who would do you, your family, or others harm.
Do you offer discounts for the CCW Class?
Yes we do, we have discount codes for Military, Fire and Rescue, and Senior Citizens.
CONCEALED AND CARRY WEAPON (CCW)
The right to keep and bear arms is protected under the second amendment of the American bill of rights. This means that individual citizens have the right to possess armaments for their own defense, and this right is included in a written constitution. The USA is one of only three countries to recognize this right, with Guatemala and Mexico being the only other two. The history of gun laws goes back to the 17th century, when protestant citizens of the then English Crown were accorded the right to have arms for their own defense. This right is now protected under the National Constitution and several state constitutions. In addition to the right to keep and bear arms, many states have laws in place governing the carrying of concealed weapons on one’s person or in close proximity. There is no federal governing concealed carry, so the onus is on gun owners to find out which laws apply to CCW in their state.