If accepted for training, all students agree to abide by all written and verbal policies and procedures of Chicago’s Finest Tactics and CCL its instructors and authorized agents. All students are individually financially responsible for any and all debts that are incurred and owed to Chicago’s Finest Tactics and CCL as a result of their application for enrollment in any class or course given or sponsored by Chicago’s Finest Tactics and CCL.
The 16 Hour Course Completion Certificate is awarded for students who demonstrate the skills, knowledge and attitude required to safely handle a firearm. Students who demonstrate a poor attitude to safety, or a “know-it-all” attitude will not be allowed to complete the course at the Range and will not be issued a Course Completion Certificate.
All students, by registering for class and actual class attendance, are agreeing to subscribe to this code of conduct and the student’s responsibilities. Range attire is to be worn while in the classroom and on the range. No open toe shoes, no sandals, no sleeveless shirts, or low cut blouses. This is for safety as semi-automatic pistols throw off hot brass.
Payment Information -Policies
The deposit is non-refundable, unless the class is cancelled. In the event that you cannot make the class due to illness or emergency, you may be able to credit your deposit toward a future class. Class fee and range fees are non-refundable. If a student does not pass the ISP Firearms qualification portion of the class, additional training is available for a fee. Payment is due in full prior to attending your first 8 hours of class.
Transporting Your Firearm
Students are to bring their unloaded and secured firearms to class. Students are to leave their weapon in their vehicle until instructed by Chicago’s Finest tactics and CCL staff or instructor. Ensure that you have your valid “Firearm Owner Identification Card” in your possession. No live ammunition is allowed in the classroom. Double-check and ensure that your firearm is unloaded and secure prior to transporting it. In order to legally transport your firearm, it must be completely unloaded and in the case. The cased firearm and boxed ammunition must be locked in the trunk of your vehicle or, if in an SUV, placed in a locked container in the rearmost section of your SUV.