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Old March 12th, 2018, 11:11 AM #41
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I would take the training unless you are military training. I teach the class as well as several other NRA classes. Every class I have taken, no matter how basic, I learned something new. When it comes to firearms, I have found that I learn something new almost every time I am on the range or reading on line. Just a thought.

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I love those of you who praise anyone having been in the military has infinite knowledge with firearms.


I'm an Army vet with an Expert rating with the M-16 and Sharpshooter with an M1911A1 and I'd have to agree with that statement. Even as an infantryman, my training was limited to certain aspects of using my weapon. It was a great start, but my Expert rating was based on my ability to hit a target at 300 meters, not a comprehensive level of expertise with all firearms. I've learned more about firearms as a civilian and an NRA instructor than I learned in 11 years in the Army, the majority of which were spent as a combat arms officer.
Montel Williams made that mistake when he called Dana Loesch a "spokesmodel" that didn't have the credibility to speak about firearms to him, who, for the majority of his career, was a cryptologist.
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