Conducted by the Madison Society Foundation
Information below is taken from the Madison society website.
Conceal Carry Weapon Classes We now have classes in Oakdale Sportsman’s Club in Oakdale.
Oakdale Sportsman Club
840 North Stearns Road
Firearms Instructor Contact Information: Virgil McVicker Home: (209) 962-0248 Cell: (209) 499-1112
Non-Members need to go here and join the Madison Society before they can take any courses. Please return here to sign up for your classes.
CCW 2017-2 COURSES:
INITIAL CCW CLASS: (2 – 4 Hour classes and 1 – 8 hour class)
Cost: $150 (Madison Society members only)
Tues Jan 31 (4 Hours)
Thurs Feb 2 (4 Hours)
Sat Feb 4 (8 Hours)
(2 Hour classes CA Gun laws & gun safety. + 2- Hours of weapons qualification):
Cost: $75 (Madison Society members only)
Tues Jan 31 (4 Hours)
Mandatory Equipment For All Classes
Handgun – The gun(s) you’ll be putting on your application
Holster – Outside the waistband side holster made for the specific make and model handgun you’ll be using
Comfortable close toed tennis shoes or boots. NO flip-flops, sandals or heels.
2 spare magazines or speed loaders
Electronic hearing protection
Please wear layers and be prepared for any type of weather, we will be on the range RAIN or SHINE. Please make sure you can tuck in your sweater or other garments so there is no interference with the gun or holster. Pants should have belt loops and pockets. Gloves may be worn, as well.
Factory-new ammunition with full-metal jacket. No reloaded ammunition, please.
- Initial CCW and Introduction to handgun class: 150 rounds and 50 rounds for all additional guns
- Renewal CCW: 50 rounds
Please bring lunch, dinner, and/or snacks depending on the time of your class. We will have breaks but there will not be enough time to go and get food.
No food services are provided on site.
For information on CCW Reciprocity between all States click here.
The information contained herein is nothing more than a guide. Before you choose to carry a concealed firearm outside your state of residence, check with the appropriate authorities (usually the State Police) to determine the current status of reciprocity. Such information is also frequently contained on a states web site (usually under Attorney General, Secretary of State, or State Police Agency).
All information provided by the Madison society, please contact them here to insure accuracy.