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Oregon Concealed Carry Class in Portland

Are you like the many now in search of a concealed firearm licensing classes in the Portland area? Before you make a decision see what the Felton Academy is offering. True, there are a ton sites offering online concealed gun licensing classes in Portland, Oregon, with that said the Felton Training Group has proven to be the the leader in Oregon concealed handgun licensing classes in the Portland area. There’re many reasons for this. All Felton Academy instructors are members and certified by the National Rifle Association (NRA). There is a hand full get to be NRA certified instructors. The majority of organizations offering online concealed gun licensing classes in Oregon, are marketing firms and the quality of their websites usually reflects that! Owning a gun is a big responsibility and a ten savings is not worth the hassle. At the Felton Academy we have invested a lot of money in making sure your testing material and classes are the best they can be. That is why we are the only ones the offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee.

Getting Your Oregon Concealed Carry Licensing in Portland

At the Felton Academy obtaining your Oregon concealed carry license is easy. In as little as 90 minutes from the time you signup you’ll have the certificate necessary|required} to get your Oregon concealed carry permit. Our online courses meet all the training requirements to apply for your Oregon concealed carry license. With the Felton Training Group system you can take your classes all at once, or piece by piece on your own schedule. When you’re finished, just take your application, check, and training course certificate to your local sheriff’s office in Portland, Oregon. At the Felton Academy we have thousands of satisfied students and we know you will be satisfied, and why we offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. If you are not ready to get your Oregon concealed carry permit, we ask that you take a look to our blog.

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Top 5 Concealed Carry Handguns

One of the most heavily researched concealed carry topics is the search for the best-concealed carry handgun. The problem is this is a very subjective topic. The best handgun for one person may be the worst for another. One must consider things that apply strictly to themselves such as how often they will carry, how they plan on carrying, personal hand size, how loose or tight clothes they wear and much more. With that being said, as we look at more general terms here is our list of the top 5 concealed carry handguns:

#5 Beretta PX4 Storm – Sub-Compact

Beretta has been around nearly 500 years making it one of the world’s oldest companies to date. In those 500 years, they seem to have learned a thing or two about making firearms. Berettas are known for their reliability and the sub-compact storm while maintaining a nice size for concealed carry, still manages to hold 15 rounds (12 for the .40 caliber). This makes it a great option for concealed carry.

#4 Springfield XDS

If you’re looking for a slimmer or thinner concealed carry handgun, the Springfield XDS might be the choice for you. The XDS comes in options of 9mm, .40 and .45 caliber, as well as options of 3.3” and 4” barrels. It seems to handle itself well even in the .45 caliber version. The only downside we found to the XDS is the limited magazine capacity of 5 rounds. However, that sacrifice is what gives it such a nice slim fit and feel in your hand. The XDS has proven power, performance, and viability in a slim, easy to manage handgun. This is what made it our choice for #4 and a great choice for anyone wanting more power without the bulk. 

#3 Glock 43 

Glock seems to have developed a cult-like following over the years and when it comes to Glocks

you either love them or you hate them. While I personally have not always been the biggest Glock fan, the Glock 43 has really stood out to me. For an accurate, easy to carry, and very reliable 9mm (it is chambered only in 9mm) the Glock 43 makes a great choice. If reliability and dependability are your biggest concerns you might definitely want to consider the Glock 43.

#2 Smith & Wesson M&P Shield

An extremely popular and all-American option is the Smith & Wesson M&P Shield. Chambered in both 9mm and .40 caliber this is an all around great pistol and used all over the world. It’s reliable, accurate, and stands out from the others with a very reasonable price tag making it our #2 choice.

#1 Sig Sauer P220/Sig P250

Carried by US Navy Seals, Sig Sauer has always been one of my favorite pistol manufacturers. The P220 we reviewed has a 3.9” barrel, an SA/DA action, and comes stock with short reset trigger and night sights. It has astonishing accuracy, reliability, and handling even in .45 caliber. For an experienced concealed carrier that doesn’t mind a heftier price tag, definitely, take a look at the Sig P220. Alternatively, the Sig Sauer P250 is a nice cheaper double action variant. We recommend checking out the subcompact 9mm version. It makes a great concealed carry handgun, especially when it comes down to speed and drawing efficiency.

Those are our picks for top 5 CCW handguns. Be sure to let us know how your picks compare!

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