Everyday Alabama residents seeking a CCW permit start their gun permit certification process here. We have put together the simplest concealed carry online permit qualification survey. In our 6-question survey you will see if you qualify for a multi-state recognized concealed carry license. Our CHL trainer is state approved; we are not a government agency.
Complete your instructional requirements by watching our short instructional video for free.
Pass our 10 question multiple choice Qualification Test and then choose to download your Certificate of Completion.
After you complete the qualification test, we will outline the next steps necessary to secure your concealed carry permit.
At Concealed Coalition we believe every eligible law abiding citizen of the United States should exercise their right to carry. At the core of responsible firearm ownership is commitment to safety. This is why we are proud to offer the 1st step in securing your permit, educational safety training.
The State of Alabama allows for the issuance of concealed carry permits resident applicants only. This state endorsed program requires no training, but it is encouraged. Concealed Coalition is committed to providing this training.
Due to reciprocity laws, the Alabama concealed carry permit is currently recognized in 32 additional states. This means that if you are a Alabama resident with a valid Alabama concealed carry permit, you can legally carry concealed in any of the other 32 states recognizing the Alabama permit.
Many of us forget about our rights until they are in jeopardy. Exercising your rights as an American citizen is a privilege, we all should not take for granted.
Timing is everything when it comes to unforeseen danger. Delaying preparation against threats leaves you exposed and open to attack. Preparation is always the best protection.
There has never been an easier way to secure your concealed carry certification online. You may lose the right to secure your certification online at any time. Lock in your certification while it is still legal.