Concealed Carry Lifestyle Gets Its Own Expo
With a comprehensive lineup of retailers, manufacturers, and “living classroom” seminars, the USCCA Concealed Carry Expo says it’ll deliver everything...
With a comprehensive lineup of retailers, manufacturers, and “living classroom” seminars, the USCCA Concealed Carry Expo says it’ll deliver everything you need to know about the concealed-carry lifestyle. The inaugural event will be held this weekend, May 8-10, 2015, at the Washington County Fair Park in West Bend, Wisconsin. It will feature a three-day consumer show with technical sessions, demonstrations, a concealed-carry fashion show, and experts speaking about a wide array of gun-related topics.
Also on site will be a live-fire range where adult guests will have the opportunity to test out firearms provided by various sponsors. Participants can receive shooting instruction and feel what it’s like to fire the pistol of their choice.
Nationally known firearms instructor Dave Young will be providing three skill-building, defensive-handgun sessions. Each three-hour class can be taken separately, at $50 per session, or altogether, for $99. As well, two WI concealed carry permit classes will be offered to participants for $75 (or for free, if you’re a mom who wants to take the women’s-only session on Mother’s Day).
Other guests speakers will include James Yeager with his presentation, “Warrior: Mind, Body, and Spirit,” and USCCA’s Chief Instructor, Michael Martin, with two presentations: one on school shootings and another on distance learning in the firearms community. USCCA contributing writer Beth Alcazar will present “Concealed Carry For Moms: Breaking The Mold, combat veteran Anthony Lambert will talk about first-aid topics for the gun owner, and George Harris, co-founder of the SIG Academy and president and CEO of International Firearms Consultants, will discuss training fundamentals for defensive shooters.
The Concealed Carry Expo will host a fashion show Saturday night from 6-8 p.m. This unique event will showcase new designs in concealed-carry fashions and accessories for both men and women. The keynote speaker for this special, ticketed event is Milwaukee County’s own Sheriff David Clarke, Jr.
The three-day Expo is open 3-7 p.m. on Friday, May 8; 9 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday, May 9; and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday, May 10. USCCA members can present their membership card along with picture ID for free entry. Tickets for the limited-seating Concealed Carry Fashion Show are $15, each, and general admission is $8 per day, combo tickets are available for $20-$30.
The location of the Expo, the Washington County Fair Park, is located 35 minutes from Milwaukee’s Mitchell International Airport, with easy access to Madison, Appleton, Green Bay, and Chicago.
Your can find out more about the Concealed Carry Expo here .