Protesters at a pro-gun rally said Saturday, they organized against their second amendment rights being taken from them.
"We're here to try and put a stop to that peacefully," said Justin Hoover.
Many others politely declined an on-camera interview.
When we asked whether they had a concealed carry license they said they wouldn't tell us if they did.
"They want to keep it protective because they don't want the Government to come after them," said Hoover. "It's also important criminals can't get a hold of that information."
Concealed carry classes like the one taught by Mark Mundy have been filling up lately.
"In the last four to five months we've noticed a dramatic increase," said Mundy.
Again we encountered the same thing. Our camera was met with hesitation, those in attendance asked to remain anonymous.
A class made up largely of women not wanting to draw attention to themselves.
"People like to protect themselves and exercise their second amendment rights as well," said Mundy.
Before they're allowed to carry, they will learn everything from the differences in ammo, to when you should pull the trigger.
"We preach the handgun is not your first line of defense, it's your last resort," said Mundy.
But the more they learn, the less they want you to know about them.