By Reed & Ward
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Train. Shoot. Log. Details Matter.
“This is the most useful app I have downloaded since purchasing a smartphone 3 years ago. As a police sniper and firearms instructor I know the importance of training and round documentation. This app allows me to document rounds fired and training for all off duty guns, as well as, a backup registry for firearms. Nicely done app creators! This is going to save someone a couple of $$$ when the inevitable lawsuit is filed. ” - Sierra
“I feel obligated to say that I have been utterly amazed at how user-friendly it is as well as innovative. I especially enjoy the notes section at the end of the training log form where one is able to describe how the day of training went. I also think the option to add pictures of the targets or just memories from the training itself is an excellent feature. I look forward to continue training and learning with it.” - Philip F.
Log your weapons and training in a snap with CCW Guardian. We’ve designed it for in-the-field use with large text and simple navigation. Focus on your training, don’t waste time fumbling with your phone.
World class personal defense instructor, David Reed, led the team to create an easy-to-use app that captures everything you need from the range.
Nobody wants to face a confrontation. But if that happens, demonstrating preparedness and proficiency can be critical in litigation. CCW Guardian provides weapons and training logs, should you ever find yourself in a contentious situation following an incident.
You could do it with pen and paper, and a camera, and a weather station, and a map. But would you? Your iPhone has the power to capture everything you need, including unlimited photos, location and weather!
CCW Guardian is secure. Without a username and password you can’t access the logged information. Multiple users, one device? No problem!
A quick snapshot of your training including:
• Days since you last trained
• Total rounds fired
• Areas of focus
Keep track of your weapons. If your weapons are lost or stolen, you will have quick access to weapon information for police and insurance reports.
• Weapon nickname
• Make & model
• Serial number
• Unlimited photos
Keep track of your permits.
• State issued
• Permit number
• Date issued
• Time valid
• Unlimited photos
Training Session Log
There’s room for every detail you need, even if we didn’t think of it. We automatically collect some data such as date, time, weather, and location. But you can manually override the automatic info if you wish.
• Ammo type
• Target type
• Training focus
• Notes – Put anything you want in here.
• Unlimited photos
“This is the first time I’ve downloaded an app where the the person responsible for making the app has asked for comments.” - RGBoyce
We take your opinion so seriously that we’ve made collecting feedback one of the primary features of CCW Guardian.
CCW Guardian has been in the field for a year. We’ve made numerous improvements based upon our members recommendations.
After all, what good is an app if it doesn’t do what you need it to do?
What's New in Version 3.0.33
Fix some minor bugs.
Fist Time Using
I just started to use the app so I am still trying to figure it out and learn how it works. The one big thing that I noticed right away was that the app would not work without Internet connection...I was in the mountains shooting...no connection : (
While a nice app
And does good I just don't see my self using it. I shoot way too much and it is more time consuming to use the app. I do find it very hard to unsubscribe once you have subscribed
Really wanted to get into this
I was excited about finding a tool to track my training and progress. I'm on board with the reasons for doing so.
But I've received too many emails, and feel immediate pressure to subscribe at $5 / month. My "trial has expired" in less than a week?? And give us your credit card to protect your membership. No, thank you!
I wish it wasn't so internet based.
I'd much rather pay for an app outright and manage my own info.