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Old March 11, 2013, 10:06 PM   #20
kirbinster
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Join Date: March 10, 2013
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Training comes in many sizes and flavors. You can spend a lot of money on private lessons, or classes but I found another way. Before I even went to try a gun I spent about 20 hours watching Youtube videos. When I got to the range and rented a gun they required I go out with a range officer for a 15 minute intro. He was very impressed with everything I had learned. Let me fire one shot - which hit about a 1/2" from dead center and said I was good to go. I told him I should just quit while I was ahead as there was little room to improve - I was right. But I digress. I think you want to learn what you are doing with a device that can easily kill you or another before you start using it -- that is just common sense.
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