Originally Posted by 67goat
I would think a course that requires body armor might be a bit much for somebody learning proper grip and sighting technique.
Yeah.. maybe right, however, anyone who does any weapons training with a number of strangers on the line should wear body armor as SOP regardless of the class material or level.
Maybe the OP should contact local shooting ranges for more remedial beginners instruction classes.
Originally Posted by Kestryll
I can think of no decent reason for a gun owner, collector, competition shooter, enthusiast or just plain citizen who believes in Constitutional rights not to be an NRA member.
"Amateurs focus on tactical hardware, professionals focus on the individual's tactical software"
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