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Old 05-19-2013, 12:06   #1
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CCW Training in AZ Border towns. Ajo as a start.

Az the CCW Firearms training vendor for the Pima County Parks and Recreation Department we had the opportunity to give classes in border community of Ajo, AZ. This class was very active in the discussions and were among the most serious students all around that we've had. They ranged from a retired BP agent to a 81 year old rancher.
The instructor ia a Detective in a large community in S/AZ and is a member of this forum.
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