This three-hour course is perfect for beginners with little to no experience in drawing from a holster or for those that need more practice in a structured environment with a qualified instructor.

Being able to draw your firearm quickly, safely, and shoot it accurately is one of the most important skills one needs for personal protection. This class is a great way for you to learn the basics of drawing and it will help you build your marksmanship skills in a safe and fun environment.

Becoming proficient at drawing a firearm from the holster takes many repetitions to build up the “muscle memory” necessary to draw the firearm safely, consistently, present to the target and get accurate hits on target a lot sooner. In this class, Jamie breaks down the basic four step process of the draw and makes it easy to learn. She will also help you with any holster questions you may have and will provide a variety of concealment tips during class.

Dates for 2024: 
   April 14 - 9am-12pm
   June 9 - 1pm-4pm

Cost: $40 for non OKCGC Members / $30 for OKCGC Members & OKCGC Ladies Pistol League Members
Location: Oklahoma City Gun Club “Training Range” 12465 Sorghum Mill Rd, Arcadia, OK 

Note:  See map for directions on OKC Gun Club Website here>

 Items Needed: 

  • Reliable Handgun with at least 2 magazines
  • Sturdy belt 
  • IWB or OWB Kydex Holster (no serpa style holsters allowed) 
  • Minimum of one magazine pouch worn on belt
  • 200 rounds of ammunition
  • Proper eye and ear protection 
  • No open-toed shoes allowed on range 

*Loaner equipment is available for an additional cost, but student must provide factory ammunition (reloads cannot be used with loaner firearms). Contact Jamie for more information and to reserve any equipment needed prior to the day of class. 

 If you would like to register for this class or if you have any additional questions please contact Jamie Meyer at or call/text 405-613-6541. 

 Link to Instructor Bio:



Contact the Training Division Team at

Kemit Grafton
Jim Durham
Jamie Meyer405-613-6541

Basic Holster Skills Courses