Sig Sauer Academy launches Covert Carry and Micro-Pistols course to classes

Sig Sauer Academy will add the Covert Carry and Micro-Pistols class to its lineup to serve gun owners carrying smaller pistols. (Photo: Sig Sauer Academy)

Sig Sauer Academy gives attention to gun owners looking to gain more proficiency with smaller pistols, introducing the new Covert Carry and Micro-Pistols class into the course load at the firearms school.

Beginning mid-October, the Covert Carry and Micro-Pistols option will engage students in concealed carry techniques and defensive drills designed to elevate their understanding and skill in regards to concealed carry with micro-pistols. Students will be afforded the option to work with a Sig Sauer P365 during the course as well as a holster provided by the Academy.

Students will also gain the ability to have their current gear critiqued by instructors.

“Students will also have the opportunity to undergo a personal equipment evaluation with a Sig Sauer Academy instructor to optimize and personalize their covert carry techniques,” Sig Sauer said in a press release.

The first course will be offered Oct. 17 at Sig Sauer Academy located in New Hampshire. Registration for the one-day class can be accessed through Sig Sauer Academy. Slots are limited and the course is priced at $250.

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