HOLSTER DRAWING 1
* If you are new to pistol shooting or have limited mobility, this should be your first holster class.
May be required for some, prior to taking Holster Drwing 2, the class which teaches you how to assume all positions for your CCW Qualification.
The class will instruct the beginner pistol student how to safely utilize a holster and related equipment for the purpose of practicing stationary target shooting in Long Shot’s indoor ranges. If you need help selecting the proper holster before this class, please note that for most, a hip holster, rather than an appendix holster is simpler and safer to begin with..
AREAS OF FOCUS:
Inspection of Required Equipment
Muzzle Discipline and Trigger Discipline
Clearing and Making the Pistol Safe
Draw stroke from holster
Firearm in serviceable working order.
Kydex holster or similar
leather holster allowed only if pre-approved by instructor at least three days prior in case not accepted
- Stiff nylon belt for OWB holsters, stiff EDC belt for IWB holster.
- leather belts allowed only if pre-approved by instructor at least three days prior in case not accept
Minimum of 2 magazines and magazine pouches.
50 rounds of factory loaded ammunition.
Hearing and eye protection.
$125.00 No firearm, equipment or ammo included.
1.0 to 1.5 hours
Excellent safety skills and operational knowledge of your firearm.
You may be disqualified (failed) during class if you lack safety and handling skills.
No refunds or credit.
Strongly recommend that most students take a Beginner Pistol or NRA Basic Pistol class if they are new to shooting.
Reservations preferred. Walk-ins depend on availability
See cancellation and rescheduling policy.