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Old November 9, 2016, 08:16 PM   #3
shafter
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Get some good instruction if possible from someone who can help you build solid fundamentals. Keep in mind too that there's a lot of good training you can do at home for no cost. Practice your draw, mag changes, and dry fire while watching tv. It will absolutely make a difference when you go to the range.
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