MSP Got one... Instructor caught cutting corners, permits invalidated.

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  • Melnic

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    MDS Supporter
    Dec 27, 2012
    15,175
    HoCo
    Can we circulate a hard copy list of these yahoos at the next Boogaloo meeting?

    The list can be encoded if needed


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    MaxVO2

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    I had the opportunity to meet one of the instructors who has been dinged for improper W & C instruction. Really gung-ho and outgoing. I declined to introduce myself.


    Heard another instructor from Maryland stand up and say that duty to retreat in Maryland required you to either jump out of windows or proceed to a higher floor unless you were on the third floor.

    ****OMG, that's crazy! There are underground parking garages with more than three levels, so I'd be tired running up all of those stairs to get to the third floor above ground!

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    Threeband

    The M1 Does My Talking
    MDS Supporter
    Dec 30, 2006
    25,078
    Carroll County
    You just need to get in shape. Carrying is a big responsibility. The 16 hour requirement allows for one hour of instruction, one hour of qualification, and 14 hours running up stairs.

    Just remember the "Third Floor Rule": the Duty To Retreat does not apply if you're on the third floor.

    (This is a potential legal pitfall for visiting Englishmen.)
     

    Inigoes

    Head'n for the hills
    MDS Supporter
    Dec 21, 2008
    49,127
    SoMD / West PA
    You just need to get in shape. Carrying is a big responsibility. The 16 hour requirement allows for one hour of instruction, one hour of qualification, and 14 hours running up stairs.

    Just remember the "Third Floor Rule": the Duty To Retreat does not apply if you're on the third floor.

    (This is a potential legal pitfall for visiting Englishmen.)
    Round is a shape!

    Remember the natural laws. If one has to retreat, down is always an option :thumbsup:
     

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