» Upcoming 1 Day Classes:
– Members = $40 ~ Non-members = $50 ~ 8-hour class.
- Monday January 23rd
- Saturday January 28th WOMEN ONLY
- Sunday February 5th
- Saturday February 11th WOMEN ONLY
- Monday February 13th
- Saturday February 25th
» Upcoming Evening Classes:
– 8-hour class spread over 2 evenings
– 4 hours per day, 6pm until 10pm both evenings
– Members = $40 ~ Non-members = $50
- Thursday & Friday Feb 16th & 17th
- Thursday & Friday Mar 9th & 10th
- Thursday & Friday Apr 21st & 22nd
» Weekday/Weekend Split Classes
- 8 hour class spread over 2 days
- about 3 hours Friday evening
- about 5 hours Saturday morning
- Members = $40 ~ Non-members = $50
- Friday Jan 20th & Saturday Jan 21st
- Friday Mar 3rd & Saturday Mar 4th
- Friday May 5th & Saturday May 6th
All classes must be reserved before the date of the class you are taking.
The course is as prescribed by the Oklahoma Self-Defense Act (Title 21, Oklahoma Statutes, Section 1290.1 et seg.) to meet the educational requirements to qualify for an Oklahoma Handgun License.
- You must be a United States Citizen and have a Oklahoma Drivers License or Oklahoma State ID (this will constitute proof of current legal residency in the state of Oklahoma).
- Be at least 21 years of age. (Note: You may take this course before age 21, but may not submit an application before age 21).
- Complete an approved training course (the classes listed above) which are administered by an approved instructor and make proper application or provide proof of exemption. NOTE: Certificate earned by passing this class is valid for only 3 years!
- Course live firing must be done with approved weapon of caliber between .22 and .45. (Note: To qualify to carry a semi-automatic, you must shoot the live fire portion with a semi-automatic pistol.)
The Oklahoma Handgun License Class covers training on Oklahoma Law, Deadly Force issues, Safety, Shooting Fundamentals, Handgun Operation, Ammunition, and a 50-round course of fire. It contains an abbreviated “basic” class for handguns with an emphasis on Safety. A 15-question test is given in which you must get 11 correct to receive your certificate.
The certificate of completion you receive by passing this class can then be submitted along with your concealed carry license application, send both to the Sheriff’s Office of the County in which you live. OR You can now Apply Online.
Important Information you must read before attending class:
Certificate: The Certificate you earn by passing this class is valid for only 3 years. You must apply for a Handgun License within that 3 year period or else you will have to take the training Class again.
Handgun: The handgun cannot be greater than .45 caliber. The gun must be in good (safe) working condition. If you bring and shoot a revolver in the shooting exercise, you will only be licensed to carry a revolver. If you shoot a semi-automatic pistol in the shooting exercise, you can carry either one, revolver or semi-automatic pistol.
Ammunition: Bring fifty (50) rounds of factory ammunition for the caliber of gun you will be shooting. Make sure that the ammunition is suited for the gun you are bringing.
- NO RELOADED AMMO – COMMERCIAL OR OTHERWISE
- NO +P, ++P, +P+ or MAGNUM LOADS OF ANY KIND
Eye protection: It is the responsibility of the student to bring eye protection. “Eye protection must be designed specifically for shooting, or be of safety glass.”
Ear protection: It is the responsibility of the student to bring ear protection. “Ear (hearing) protection may be the standard shooting earmuffs, or the foam, rubber, or plastic plugs. Spent ammunition casings are not acceptable as hearing protection.”
Headgear: It is the responsibility of the student to bring a brimmed hat. A baseball or Golf type hat is fine, but any hat with a three inch brim will do. The brim of a hat may afford another layer of protection to the face from falling objects.
State ID: Driver’s License or State Identification Card
Regarding the Exam:
Students will take a fifteen (15) question multiple-choice Safety Examination. The examination will cover only firearms safety. The material will be well covered in the course.
Students must correctly answer eleven (11) of the fifteen (15) questions to pass the examination (70%). If they do not pass the examination they will be asked to leave before the examination is reviewed. Students failing the examination must re-enroll in another self-defense firearms course, they may not continue. (Per the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training)