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Old August 5, 2008, 01:58 PM   #4
fm2
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Join Date: September 25, 2006
Location: Texas
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If you obtained all the information taught (much from folks who actually attended) would the course still be worth the money? Why?
If you want to progress and attend some advanced classes you usually have to go throught the basic course offered. It also depends what your goals are. If you want to get better at IDPA, maybe look for a class with top people in that sport. If you are interested in self defense then look to people who teach from that context.

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Could I gain mentally or perhaps gain by an instructor pointing out any quirks?
Yes to both, if you have an open mind. An instructor has experienced eyes, so they can see things some people miss.

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What type of bad habits aside from firearm handling and grip are there?
Lots. LOL, sight allignment, triggercontrol, drawstroke and body mechanics come to mind.
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