Course Descriptions


Essentials of Indiana Gun Law is a five-hour course that covers the most important legal issues for every Indiana gun owner, including locations where the possession of firearms is prohibited under state, federal or local laws, what crimes or other circumstances can cause a citizen to lose his or her right to possess a firearm, the justifiable use of force (including deadly force) under Indiana law and potential criminal prosecution for crimes involving firearms such as Unlawful Transfer of a Firearm, Criminal Recklessness with a Deadly Weapon, Intimidation with a Deadly Weapon and Pointing a firearm.  The course includes a detailed discussion of Indiana's new Constitutional Carry Law and the new crime of "Unlawful Carrying of a Handgun."  The course is generally taught to groups of private citizens but is also appropriate for audiences that include law enforcement personnel.  

This course is taught by Guy A. Relford, an attorney with forty years of legal experience whose practice is devoted exclusively to firearms-related legal issues.  Mr. Relford is also a certified firearms instructor and certified chief range safety officer and author of "Gun Safety & Cleaning for Dummies."

Private Courses are based on individual needs and goals of students.