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Holster Skills

Anyone carrying a firearm for self defense needs to know how to safely and efficiently draw from concealment and reholster. Different techniques based on clothing and holster type will also be discussed, and the cloass will include live fire. 


Safety is critical in all our classes, and in this class we are extra vigilant. Some drills may be completed one-on-one. Please feel free to email if you have questions about holster types and suggestions to avoid coming to class with inferior equipment.


NOTE: Please ask advice from us when choosing holsters. In our training classes re-holstering a loaded weapon is often required, so the holster you choose must be able to retain its shape to accommodate the weapon without using the support hand to re-holster. Additionally, if you are using a striker-fired weapon, thumb snaps are not recommended as they have resulted in accidental discharges in the past.This does not mean the holster you have is unsuitable for daily carry;  it just means it may not be a safe holster for training purposes, and we could provide a loaner for this class.


As with any newly learned skill if it is not practiced then it can not fully be mastered, our intention is to allow students who complete this class the ability to practice this skill live fire at certain scheduled times on a designated range.

Holster Skills

    • Handgun (loaner weapons can be provided upon request)

    • Outside the waistband holsters are required for this class. Some loaner holsters are available, but you must confirm weapon type before the class.

    • Appropriate holster and stiff belt

    • Minimum 1 spare magazine

    • 200 rounds ammunition

    • Eye and ear protection

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