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LEVEL 3A - Registration

It's time to get down to business. You have begun to master the basics and are ready to move on to some more complex fundamentals of practical shooting. After a brief classroom review of presentations and reloads, you will learn how to remediate a Type 3 malfunction, then head to the range. On the range you will begin to perfect engagement sequencing, including failure drills, and be introduced to some drills that will begin to challenge your ability to shoot both quickly and accurately from the holster.

Note: Participation in the Level 3 classes requires the completion of levels 1 and 2 or OnPoint Concealed Carry, as well as a minimum of 4-8 hours of practice after Level 2 or CCH is recommended. Students who sign up for Level 3 classes must be able to draw safely and efficiently from the holster to shoot accurately on demand utilizing an IDPA or similar style target up to 10 yards. Further, the shooter should be ablet o attain a minimum 80% (120 out o150 points) on the OnPoint Concealed Carry qualification, and/or the Triple Nickle before taking these courses. Shooters who cannot confidently pass either of these practical tests are advised to practice or seek further training before signing up.



When you click on an upcoming class, available classes will have a link on the right-hand side to register.

Gear List

  • A sturdy belt (minimum 1.5" in width, heavy leather or nylon is recommended) AND pants with belt loops.
  • A full or compact size, double-stack handgun, such as a Glock 19, Sig 320, or S&W M&P is preferred. Smaller sub-compact handguns such as the S&W Shield, Glock 43 or Sig 365 are acceptable, but may require more frequent reloading and are more difficult to manipulate than a larger handgun. A revolver is acceptable, but not optimal for the reasons outlined above. Micro compacts such as the S&W Bodyguard or Ruger LCP are NOT acceptable for this class.
  • OPTIONAL: A quality outside the waist band (OWB) kydex or leather holster for your handgun. This will need to be worn on the dominant-hand side of the body. Nylon "floppy" holsters, clip holsters, and Serpa type holsters with a side-mounted release button are not acceptable. Purses and handbags are also not acceptable.
  • Minimum of two magazines for your pistol.
  • A magazine pouch which will fit your handgun magazine(s), minimum of one.
  • Factory loaded ammunition, minimum of 30 rounds. 9mm or greater caliber is preferred. Ammunition is available for purchase at On Point.
  • Eye glasses / Protective eye ware (prescription glasses are acceptable)
  • Ear protection (foamie type ear plugs or outer mickey-mouse type hearing protectors, or both)
  • Closed-toed, supportive shoes
  • Closed-collar shirt or scarf (to prevent hot brass from going down your shirt) that can be tucked in your pants.
  • Note taking material and pen
  • Snacks / lunch
  • Water bottle / drinks


In the event you need to cancel or reschedule your event or class, please contact us at

Rescheduling an event or class:

There is no rescheduling fee if done more than 48 hours before the event or class begins.

Requests to reschedule made within 48 hours of the start of the event or class will experience a rescheduling fee of $25.

Cancelling an event or class:

There is no cancellation fee if done more than 48 hours before the event or class begins.

Cancellations made within 48 hours of the start of the event or class will be refunded 50% of the fee for the event or class.

Event or Class No Shows:

Participants who fail to notify OnPoint of their intentions to not attend events or classes will receive no refund on the event or class.

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