Rocky Mountain Freedom Training makes getting a concealed weapons permit easy and fun.

What sets Rocky Mountain Freedom Training (RMFT) apart from other Colorado firearm training courses is that their classes are not only less expensive, they also teach state firearm laws, use-of-force situation training, proper handgun selection for beginners and advanced shooters, situational awareness, and how to create a personal protection plan. All participants have to do is be willing to learn and enjoy the class. Afterward, firearm owners will leave with a training certificate and exact instructions to go to the local Sheriff’s office and apply for a concealed weapons permit.

We had the chance to sit down with the founders of RMFT to learn more about what RMFT has to offer. 

What do you think the main value of RMFT is for clients?

The key three pillars of our curriculum are super important and unique in our industry. Nobody else teaches them the way we do. The first is how to become a difficult target and how to avoid the need to act in self-defense, to begin with. Next, is creating a personal protection plan that works for you and your family. Lastly, we teach on how to best protect yourself from the legal and financial aftermath of a self-defense incident.

What does responsible gun ownership mean to you? 

It means never compromising on safety, a lifetime commitment to training, and an understanding of the three pillars mentioned above.

What inspired your involvement with RMFT? 

Having sat through hundreds of concealed carry classes that, in our opinion, sucked.



What’s an area in your life where RMFT’s philosophy has been really helpful? 

Maintaining situational awareness and helping our families do the same in order to never be an easy target.

What do you think is most appealing to potential students about the culture of RMFT? 

Our classes are fun, interactive, and impactful for people of all backgrounds, ages, experiences, and genders. We are not your usual "old school hardcore NRA evangelists."

What do you think is the most effective way to communicate responsible gun ownership with gun owners? 

Through live, in-person education (required by law) and then through follow-up video training.

If you're interested in taking RMFT's concealed training class, you may register here.