NRA's 140th Annual Meetings & Exhibits in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania will be filled with plenty of activity. The National Firearms Museum's Antique Guns & Gold Showcase, Ted Nugent's "I Still Believe" symposium, and Law Enforcement's Concealed Carry Seminar.
Taught by Retired Chicago Police Officer Tom Marx, the lecture and demonstration program deals with the overall concepts of Conceal Carry. Everything from clothing and conditioning to choices of firearms and holsters, this program will help the audience members better understand how to be more critical in equipment selection and more comprehensive with their training.
"We're lucky to have Tom lead the program again this year," said NRA Law Enforcement Director Glen Hoyer. "The lessons he learned on the streets of Chicago, heading up Smith & Wesson's Domestic Law Enforcement activities, and now serving as the Intellectual Property Director for Blackhawk Products Group makes him uniquely qualified to lead this seminar for the NRA."
The Methods of Concealed Carry Seminar has been put on the calendar for Friday and Saturday at 2:00 p.m. in rooms 219/320/321 of the David L. Lawrence Convention Center. And if history is any guide, you might want to get there early — this event has a way of filling up fast.