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Old 11-09-2012, 12:31 AM   #21
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Yea, I'd be pissed if I had paid that kind of dough for my membership only to see them going for so much less now. I still can't wait to go back again. The last trip has me thinking very seriously about getting my NRA instructor cert so I can teach here at home. I really enjoy passing on what I learn there.

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Yea, I'd be pissed if I had paid that kind of dough for my membership only to see them going for so much less now. I still can't wait to go back again. The last trip has me thinking very seriously about getting my NRA instructor cert so I can teach here at home. I really enjoy passing on what I learn there.
We are scheduled for February and March.

Hopefully there will be enough ammo for both.
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Just did a 2 day skills builder class the last couple of days training was great skills are much improved faster presentations and better shoots I can't believe theirs a place where you can train as much as possible for one price for life can't bet this place.

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I've got some lifetime memberships still in stock......,

Front Sight Texas is in the construction stage

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I've got some lifetime memberships still in stock......,

Front Sight Texas is in the construction stage
I'm looking for an Ambassador membership. Have patriot now. If you have one to transfer, how much?
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I have ambassador memberships for 250. My email is s_loneone@yahoo.com.

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I would be careful of anything where you pay upfront money for a lifetime of benefit . If the operation folds, you won't get a lifetime of benefit but your money will be gone . I'd also want to know whether the money paid in now is being saved for future operations or is being used to pay current expenses . If the money is being spent as it comes in, on the assumption that more people will join and cover future expenses, that would be like Social Security LOL .
I'd also Google to check out a firm before buying .

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Money is being used for future expansions and current improvements.

Training is some of the best out there, the marketing is over the top.. I highly doubt it's going to fold in our lifetime

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Yea, I'd be pissed if I had paid that kind of dough for my membership only to see them going for so much less now. I still can't wait to go back again. The last trip has me thinking very seriously about getting my NRA instructor cert so I can teach here at home. I really enjoy passing on what I learn there.
Why do you need a 'certificate' to teach at home? I WAS an NRA certified instructor for many years, many years ago, but I have not recertified for over 10 years and I still teach. Many have ask me why I don't copyright my material and make some money on it. MONEY is not my motivation, spreading the word is. Anyone is free to use my material anytime they wish.
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In Texas /// you must be a NRA certified instructor before you can teach the CHL course.......

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