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GunNovice1 10-26-2011 12:39 AM

Need advice
 
Hey all. I know you probably arent that interested because im only 15, but im interested on becoming a gunsmith. Im also considering joining the armour division of the national guard. Ive still got a few years to go and im learning well but id like some advice on how i should go about starting a career and how i can pull the most possible income. Thanks

Alpha1Victor 10-26-2011 01:00 AM

Finish high school first. Then you can enroll in a gunsmithing school.

Signing out, Alpha1victor.

canebrake 10-26-2011 01:01 AM

Take a look here:

Gunsmithing Schools

GunNovice1 10-26-2011 01:18 AM

I am considering gunsmithing school but as of now im thinking ill go into the national guard and study engineering in college. Then ill go to gunsmithing school if i need it after leavig the national guard.

hiwall 10-26-2011 01:26 AM

"I am considering gunsmithing school but as of now im thinking ill go into the national guard and study engineering in college. Then ill go to gunsmithing school if i need it after leavig the national guard. "
Being a gunsmith is not like being a doctor. There are no regulations requiring schooling.

GunNovice1 10-26-2011 02:55 AM

I know the schooling isnt necessary. Im just saying that if i feel i didnt learn what i needed to learn in the national guard then id consider schooling. Wht i need to know is if being in the armour division for 6 years in the national guard would be enough education to go on.

trip286 10-26-2011 02:59 AM

Dude, folks like Blackwater and Triple Canopy hire military trained armorers all the time.

Can't really say I like companies like that myself, but you said you wanted to bring down some big bucks.

canebrake 10-26-2011 04:23 AM

You did come here for advice, right?

If you have made up your mind just say thanks, don't fight the help!

GunNovice1 10-26-2011 07:18 PM

Canebreak. Dude im not fighting you or nothin im just saying what im thinking and im asking you people with more experience if its a good plan and if not why?

trip286 10-26-2011 08:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GunNovice1 (Post 610802)
I know the schooling isnt necessary. Im just saying that if i feel i didnt learn what i needed to learn in the national guard then id consider schooling. Wht i need to know is if being in the armour division for 6 years in the national guard would be enough education to go on.

It should be good like that.


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