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Old February 11, 2009, 04:39 PM   #5
2DaMtns
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I also say go for it, and am about to do the same thing. I had already decided to move out to Colorado to go to the School of Trades, and then took the NRA safety course last weekend and the lady who taught the course is supposed to introduce me to a couple local smiths who are wanting to take on an apprentice. It's gonna be a little over a year until I can get out there to go to the school, so I hope to be able to learn a lot with them in the meantime. And don't let anyone talk you out of it. I have eight years of college in a completely non-firearm related field, and have been practicing my trade for only a little under 2 years. I am not retiring from the other trade, but I only work nights and weekends for that job, and I want something else to do during the day to keep me entertained, and I figured I might as well get paid to do it. So, absolutely, do it.
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