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Old December 3, 2012, 11:39 PM   #11
sfmedic
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Join Date: December 2, 2012
Location: Currently Erbil, Iraq
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oh i lost my train of thought (common) As far as coming back to the range I again agree with you - why would someone come back to a range after a few "line fires" ??


I know a guy that runs a range near ft bragg - he came up with a brilliant idea and did what I call "Goal Oriented Shooting" he pulled standards from some police forces / some military units worlwide / usss / fbi etc etc etc

and the way he approached it was to market these standards on the range and to convince the students to work towards a chosen goal with the caveat that the range staff would help them work towards goal success.

he had the expertise locally and the concept brought in new "regulars" by the boatload


everyone needs a mission
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