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Old May 19, 2018, 04:54 PM   #6
Rangerrich99
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Join Date: March 20, 2014
Location: Kinda near Phoenix, AZ
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I only began taking actual defensive handgun and carbine classes about 3 or 4 years ago, so I'm still a bit of a new-comer to organized professional training. However, in that time I can categorically recommend training classes to everyone, based on my experiences. I have learned more in the last 3-4 years about shooting/handling firearms than I did in the entire previous 30+ years of trying to figure it out on my own.

Everything from the fundamentals of how to hold a gun, operating a gun, to tactics, weapon preferences, holster options, what to practice, how to practice, etc., and so forth has immeasurably increased my ability/skills to safely and efficiently handle a weapon in a critical situation, which I hopefully will never have to use. But the sheer comfort level and confidence I've gained has made all the time and money spent completely worth it.

Oh, and training classes are usually a lot of fun, which makes spending all that time and money seem less onerous.
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