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Old December 11, 2008, 08:28 AM   #26
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I'm a graduate of LFI I and LFI II and I've been to LFI Advanced Shooting Skills twice.

The thing I like best about LFI's philosophy is that they show you pretty much all the variations of grip/position/stance, and let you select the options that work the best for you. You get formal training in all of them, which is useful if you do an instruction of others, either formal or informal.

I think everybody who is serious about using a handgun for self defense should attend LFI I (Judicious Use of Deadly Force) if they can.

And I think Mas should come out with a revised/updated version of "In the Gravest Extreme". I bought that book when it first came out in 1980 (when I was a rookie cop) and I still refer to it often.
You can only learn from experience if you pay attention!
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