4-Count Draw Clinic (4.5 HRS)


This clinic will teach you how to become more consistent, more accurate, and faster when presenting your pistol from the holster. Most people can aim and press a trigger fairly well, especially when no time constraint or stress is put upon them. However, when under stress and time constraints, drawing tends to break down, adversely affecting consistency and accuracy. If you have heard of us and wanted to train with Green Ops but were unsure of your readiness to attend Defensive Pistol I, here is your primer. 


NRA Range
11250 Waples Mill Rd
Fairfax, VA 22030

Range Note

All first-time users of the NRA range will be asked to complete a written range safety test prior to shooting. There is a one-time $10 processing fee for the range test. Show up at least 30 minutes early if you need to take the safety test. For additional information please visit: http://nrahqrange.Nra.Org/

Topics Covered

  • Gear setup
  • Safety
  • Presenting the pistol from the holster

  • Grip

  • Dry Fire Techniques

  • Clearing

  • Indexing

  • Presentation

  • Improving your Draw Speed 

Equipment Needed

  • Serviceable semi-automatic pistol (9mm or larger caliber) and at least three magazines
  • Quality belt with strong side holster and at least 1 magazine pouch
  • Serpa holsters or similar holsters that use the trigger finger to deactivate a retention device are NOT allowed
  • Be able to retain 2 magazines on your body
  • 200 rounds of dependable ammunition. No steel core, no armor piercing, no tracer.
  • Knee pads (optional)
  • Eye protection, hearing protection (electronic recommended) and baseball cap.


Indoor restrooms available.