http://www.oregonfirearmsacademy.com/index.htm On Friday the 23rd I took the day off and went to OFA and took Defensive Handgun I. Overall it was a very good class, now here are the details. Cost: $150 Ammo Count: Recommended 400-500 rounds Time: 1hr of classroom going over safety and ~7hrs on the range. First thing's first, he staff is excellent. They all have a ton of experience and one of them has a ton of legal experience including being a former prosecutor and civil attorney. So if you want to carry, or do carry in Oregon I highly recommend the Basic Handgun Safety (or their Utah carry permit) class as it goes over just about everything you need to know about the legal implications. Anyway, the staff is great, very nice, knowledgeable, and helpful. BIG focus on safety which IMO was great. They've been around for 12 years and haven't had a single gun related injury. It's nice to know you're safe, especially when you're shooting along side a bunch of people who you don't know. Their facility gets an A+ from me. They have an excellent classroom and range. In their DH2 and DH3 classes they do force on force in a simulation building. I'm excited to get to try that out when I take those classes. (not my pic, just one I grabbed off their website to show part of the range. We mainly focused on: Drawing Shooting Weak and strong handed shooting Admin/combat/tac reloads Cover and concealment Phase I/II malfunctions Close quarters shooting a few other things I can't remember now No real complaints other than they were still recommending Federal Hydrashock, although they did list off some other good defensive rounds. Another note I know a lot of other courses go through a lot more ammo, but for about the first half of the class we'd load up 6 rounds in out mags and go with that. Draw, shoot a couple, scan, holster, repeat. We did do a couple other drill where we shot full mags but I feel this way, we really got to practice the fundamentals a lot more. If anyone is looking for some serious training I would not hesitate to recommend OFA. I'd like to train elsewhere to see how other guys do it but I will definitely be back with OFA for the rest of the Defensive Handgun series and their low-light/night-fire classes .