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Who We Are

At Quivera Firearms Training, we are focused on providing Firearms Training Instruction with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.

With a variety of offerings to choose from, we’re sure you’ll be happy working with us. Look around our website and if you have any comments or questions, please feel free to contact us. We hope to see you again! Check back later for new updates to our website. There’s much more to come!

Why I Teach. . . 

  • So that women might learn to RESPECT firearms and not fear them.
  • So that women will learn SAFETY and not be ignorant of proper firearms handling.
  • So that women will REFUSE to be a victim

NRA CERTIFIED Pistol Instructor

NRA Range Safety Officer

THE WELL ARMED WOMAN - Certified Instructor

USCCA Affiliate Instructor




Before you got your Driver's License, you learned to drive a car. Don't you think it's just as important to learn what is necessary to be safe and legal when carrying a firearm, BEFORE you get your Concealed Firearms Permit? Or do you think that getting the Permit will be all that you need to know for carrying a firearm? WRONG! And dangerous. By all means, exercise your 2nd Amendment right to Keep and Bear Arms; but if you are going to carry a firearm on your person, in your car, or even have one in your nightstand. . .get the proper training. You owe it to yourself and to your family. In spite of what many may think, it's not as simple as pointing and pulling a trigger. LEARN! EDUCATE! BE SMART!  

Why Us

At QUIVERA FIREARMS TRAINING our logo represents the mothers, daughters, grandmothers, fathers, all overseers of the family -- they are ANGELS IN ARMS. We must keep the ones we love safe. How we choose to do that is a very personal decision.

If a person chooses a firearm, it is my opinion that person should ALWAYS seek training and additional education. I do. I enjoy taking classes and learning from others.

But. . . even if you choose NOT to have a firearm around, you should learn what to do should you or your child encounter a gun. Learn the Basics. Learn how to tell if a gun is loaded. Learn the proper way to handle a firearm. Arm yourself with knowledge at the very least.

Thank you,

Becky Bowen