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Old 08-09-2012, 09:19 PM   #1
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Just wanted to ask if anyone knows were i can find classes in or near Vt, seriously considering carry. Vt doesn't have any restrictions on carry but i don't want to just be another guy packing heat without proper training. Thanks in advance everybody.

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Old 08-09-2012, 09:23 PM   #2
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Check here: http://www.nrainstructors.org/searchcourse.aspx

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check around your area for a gun range, they might have a certified instructor in their membership. also you can also check with your local PD or sheriff's office

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In NH they have them at the SIG Sauer Academy in Epping NH. I'm on there email mailing list and they have a list of classes at the bottom of the emails.

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In NH they have them at the SIG Sauer Academy in Epping NH. I'm on there email mailing list and they have a list of classes at the bottom of the emails.
My buddy took it. He said it was fantastic. He learned a lot and had a blast.
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My buddy took it. He said it was fantastic. He learned a lot and had a blast.
I'm hoping time and funds will allow me to take a few courses there later this year
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I took my Basic Pistol Course in St. Albans. I found it on the NRA site. It was simple, through & effective. We shot .22lr for the class. We were five students to three instructors. After the class there were a few dozen different handguns in various calibers available for us to try. It took one full day. I think it cost me $100. You could ask if they do a class specifically for Concealed.

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I'm hoping time and funds will allow me to take a few courses there later this year
Epping NH is only about an hour away, I'd like to take some courses there later this year.
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I'm hoping time and funds will allow me to take a few courses there later this year
There's also:

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http://www.gunsnh.com/classes.php

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http://www.gunsnh.com/pictures.php

It may be a little closer & a little cheaper. I believe classes are taught by the Epping staff.
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I think Smith & Wesson has training courses.

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