Private & Personal Training

Want to train with friends, family members, or co-workers?


We can do a private group course during the week (TH-FR) at a discount. A Friday would be ideal but not required.


Oklahoma Carry License

Minimum 6 students or more at $75 each


Basic Defense Handgun Level 1 or Basic Introduction to Carbine AR-15


Minimum 4 students at $150 each or 6 or more students at $125 each


If you do 8 or more paying students, the group coordinator trains for free. Let’s look at some dates, and we can set up the online registration link and an email flyer for you making the entire process very simple. 


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Personal Training

Would you prefer personal attention with immediate results?


2 – 4 hours training blocks are available to get you a head start and see immediate results without any distractions giving you the personal attention you deserve.


Rey Torres

$75 per hour


Other available instructors

$55 per hour


Above rates are available based on instructor availability and a 2-hour minimum. Most private classes can be conducted on a 1st or 3rd Saturday morning starting at 9AM.


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Frequently Asked Questions



How long are the classes?

Basic, Intermediate Defense Handgun Classes are seven to eight hours.

Introduction to Handgun and Carbine is four to five hours.

Advanced Handgun class is eight hours.

Basic, Intermediate Tactical Carbine AR-15 Classes is eight hours.

Carbine To Handgun Combine Class is five hours.

Ladies Only Classes is four to eight hours.

All class times longer than three hours include one hour for lunch.


I’ve never held a gun before. Is the Introduction to Defensive Handgun good for me?


Yes. This class is designed for the person who is unfamiliar with guns.


Will I be the only woman in the class?


No. Female students account for 40% to 60% of every class.



Can I bring my AR-15 pistol to class?


No, our handgun classes are geared towards the typical handgun owned by most people. The length of the AR-15 type pistol does not allow for a safe environment for all students with the drills we teach.


What is the minimum age requirement?


A parent or guardian is required to take the class along with a child under the age of 18. We ask you, the parent, “Do you feel comfortable with the child next to you with a loaded gun?” If you have any doubts, wait a couple of years. Children are easier to teach than adults, because when we tell a child to do something, they do it. Adults ask, “Why?”


How do I dress?


You will be at an outdoor range with gravel and dirt walk areas. Wear comfortable flat shoes, shorts or pants, short-sleeve, or tee shirts. Wear or bring layers as the weather can change from morning to afternoon. No camouflage pants or shirts are permitted.


What do I need to bring to the range with me?


A hat and sunblock are recommended during warm weather. If you have sunglasses or prescription glasses, bring them. If you have ear protection, bring it. If not, we will provide eye and ear protection at no additional charge. You should bring a lunch. The lunch break is one hour and may be eliminated if your class is small and finishes sooner than a large class would.


What happens if I sign up for a class, mail in my deposit, but can’t make it?


You must contact us 24 hours before the class if you cannot make it and we will apply your deposit to a class that suits your schedule. If you do not cancel 24 hours prior to class, you are subject to losing your deposit/pre-payment. No refunds are given.


What happens if it is raining the day of the class?


The ranges are outdoors. Heavy rain may cancel class due to unsafe conditions on the road or the range. Unless notified the night before, classes will be held as scheduled.


I have been shooting for years. Do I need to start at the Basic Class?


Yes. Our insurance carrier insists that everyone start with the basic class. We will fine tune your techniques – you may have developed some bad habits watching John Wayne, Clint Eastwood, and Mel Gibson. Take heart, the class starts with the basic’s but quickly gathers speed. In the combat portion of the class, you will be doing rapid fire (double taps and triple taps) and multi-target drills.


Do I need to take the Basic Handgun Class before I take the Basic Rifle Class?


No. The Basic Carbine AR-15 Class does not have prerequisites.


If I register more than one person, or sign up for multiple classes, can I get a discount?


No. The range and insurance carrier charge on a per person basis. We do not receive a discount, so we cannot pass one on to you.

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