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Drawstroke Mastery Course
Online Registration Page 

ATTENTION READ CAREFULLY. Once the form is submitted properly, you will be directed to the payment page. You MUST pay in full ($225) at the time of registration to reserve your seat. The available class dates are shown below.


By submitting this application, the student agrees to abide by any and all safety procedures required by Brothers N Arms, LLC. Safety is the MOST important issue and instruction may be terminated at any time if the student is determined to be unsafe to themselves and/or other students and staff.​

If you have any questions regarding the class you have selected, please contact us by phone at (601) 325-5610 or email at


Draw Stroke Mastery Dates:

  1. Saturday, December 10th

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Upon submission of this form, you will be redirected to the payment page. You MUST pay in order to have seat saved. 

Drawstroke Mastery Course

ATTENTION Students must have completed a basic pistol course in order to attend this class and must be able to apply all universal firearms safety rules BEFORE taking this course. ANY violation of a firearm safety rule will be cause for dismissal from the course. NO QUESTIONS ASKED. 


During a critical incident, you don’t rise to your level of expectation but fall to the level of your TRAINING. The CHOICE is yours!


The draw stroke mastery course is an intermediate-level one-day (8-hour) course designed to develop rock-solid and fundamentally sound draw stroke and marksmanship abilities. 


Material to be covered includes but is not limited to the following:

  • Equipment selection and placement and how they impact draw stroke efficiency.

  • Skills needed to develop an efficient draw stroke. 

  • How to apply marksmanship fundamentals dynamically from the draw as opposed to applying them statically from a ready position. 

  • Deciding when it is legally justifiable to draw the pistol and understanding the legal consequences for drawing at an unjustified time. 

  • Integration of transitional movements while drawing the handgun and implementation of post-engagement procedures. (Get off the “X”, ID Procedures, and PESC)

  • Integration of the one-handed firing of a handgun. (both strong and support hands, plus reloading)

  • Integration of engagement techniques for moving targets, both laterally and charging linearly.

Course Requirements

Please bring the following for class:

  1. A handgun (with at least three magazines) chambered in 9 mm, .40, or .45 caliber.

  2. A safe and reliable concealment holster made for the student's specific weapon(s), with or without a security device, configured so the handgun can be re-holstered with one hand.

  3. Students are reminded that when selecting a holster, “The grip they draw with, is the grip they shoot with.” So, please consider factors, such as how high the holster rides, and the tilt/cant of the grip. 

  4. A heavy-duty belt to support the holster.

  5. At least two shirts (one knit type with no buttons & one with buttons that will open completely) that will cover and conceal the handgun.

  6. Eye and ear protection.

  7. 400 rounds of ammunition - minimum

*Important Note - Students are required to report for class, dressed in street clothing, armed with their concealed handguns, in the manner they normally carry in plain clothes.

** Students are encouraged to bring more than one handgun, which they may carry in plain-clothes capacity.

*** The class requires a standard degree of physical fitness. The training is layered and designed not to exceed the individual's capabilities.

**** Due to time constraints, it is suggested students bring a lunch. Also, bring hydration.

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