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Old 05-04-2012, 05:17 PM   #1
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I Got? About schools

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Old 05-04-2012, 05:20 PM   #2
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Can you clarify a bit?

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Old 05-04-2012, 06:57 PM   #3
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Just wanted some opinions on schools n schooling what they think the best schools are if they looked there jobs u know just doing some checking

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Are you looking for an actual college course where you would stay on campus or a good online course or a basic cheap online course ?

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Going to school if I have to I wanted to know if the online **** is a joke or not

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Your best option is a full time school if you can afford it. Next would be sonoran desert institute which offers some hands on work and an associates in firearms tech course.
After that I would suggest Penn foster for a decent beginners course with no hands on but cheap $

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See I got a year before I can move so sent away for some things from schools pen foster was one I was thinking about doing that just so I had my feet wet u know

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Yeah. I would stay away from ashworth their program is based off a $35 book. Penn foster includes nra materials etc. It is a basic program but its a good start. Take what you learn from it and buy some cheap guns etc. And work on them. Penn fosters program is set up to get you started with a home based ffl. It's a good start.

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It's only like 745$

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If you can drop $10k the sonoran desert program is as good as it gets for a home based program.

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