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Paladin Training, Inc.

Paladin Training, Inc. was formed in 2000 to provide crime prevention and homeland security training to private citizens and personnel in public law enforcement and private security. In 2009 Paladin incorporated in the state of South Carolina as a non-profit corporation. Paladin Training is a public charity under section 501 (c)(3) of the IRS code. Donations are tax deductible.

CCW Safe

Self defense insurance is important if you carry a firearm. We’ve done our research and chosen CCW Safe as the provider that we recommend.

More Classes Coming Soon!

We are in the process of creating an “Info page” for each class that we offer. Check back periodically to see what we’ve added! Also, we are looking for a new range to teach at. If you have any recommendations, feel free to contact me.

As always, I’d be happy to answer any questions you may have about Paladin Training, Inc and firearm safety. Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or comments.


Amazon has a program called ‘Amazon Smile’ that allows you to support the charity of your choice.  Every time you purchase something online using Amazon, they will direct .5% of the purchase price to that charity.

Nothing is added to your purchase price.
The process is simple:  Go to smile.amazon.com
and select ‘Paladin Training’ as your charity.  Thereafter, when you want to shop Amazon, return to that site rather than directly to Amazon.com.
According to Amazon, not every item on their site is eligible for the Smile program.  I haven’t bumped into anything yet that’s not.

A caution

If you go to you’ll bypass the Smile page, so be sure to enter.  The easiest thing to do is download the Amazon Smile toolbar button so you’ll go to the right place.  You can also click on the white Amazon box on the right hand side, from anywhere on this website.

Please consider helping us with our mission of providing low & no-cost training to area law enforcement and our service men and women.

Paladin Training is a public charity under IRS Section 501(c)(3).  All donations are tax deductible.


I think I’ve mentioned him before, but it’s worth a reminder:  If you’re interested in learning more about the legal issues surrounding the use of force, check out  Andrew Branca’s website here:  LOSD

Branca periodically publishes a newsletter that I’ve found interesting.  I know I’ve previously recommended his book The Law of Self Defense.


Here’s a guide the NRA/ILA has prepared on the interstate transportation of firearms:  FOPA

Good information.  Read it carefully before you leave SC with a firearm.