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Old April 21st, 2017, 02:15 PM #11
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What kind of training are you looking for? Basic manipulation and safety, or tactical/ technical shooting skills?
I'm a beginner, so I probably should start with a bit of the former, but work up to the latter.
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I'm a beginner, so I probably should start with a bit of the former, but work up to the latter.
Okay. Well i'm over in east bmore and can show you the basics if you'd like. Buy some snapcap shells https://www.amazon.com/Zoom-Precisio.../dp/B0029M2YWE

You can practice your weapons manipulation without risk of a ND using these.
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