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Old 10-01-2012, 19:15   #44
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Originally Posted by glock031 View Post
MJkeat, Do you suggest firearm classes should be mandatory or voluntary?
Originally Posted by glock031 View Post
Just wondering because this seems to become an obseesion of yours since you just started taken a few classes.
I've been taking classes for years. Even while in the military our unit sent guys (usually E5's just back from school) to classes so they could come back and teach the rest of us.

It was always exciting to learn new methods but usually made for long days in the formation area doing walk-throughs and at the range/mout putting it into action.

I hate to feel I have to do things so NO to mandatory but only marginally. I think the individual should make it a priority.

This comes from seeing to many people who make claims unable to back them up and look stupid trying. I was that guy at one time and know what it's like not knowing I didn't know.

I wouldn't say it's an obsession as much as it's enlightening.
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