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Old 11-11-2013, 06:59 AM   #21
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I also have started the inquiries for becoming a firearm instructor. I've already contacted the local NRA coch (coach) and waiting their scheduling of a class and putting away the $$ needed for the class work.
I've spent a lot of tome (time) doing safety training to my kids and grandkids now I wish to expand it to others with the assurance that I know what I'm doing.
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J357, how's your progress? I was about to post load of questions when I found your list - thanks for the foundation. Thanks to all who responded, too. I do have one of my own to all, though: how good of a shooter do I need to be in order to become an instructor/rso? I have been shooting inconsistently for about 20 yrs, difrent types of arms, mostly for fun (read: bang), as opposed to comp or defense/tactical activities. Pretty good shot, but am sure have way to go. Thanks in advance.
Thanks for the question. I haven't started the process yet. I'm waiting to get to my new duty station within the next six months or so. Until then, I've simply got too much going on.

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I also have started the inquiries for becoming a firearm instructor. I've already contacted the local NRA coch and waiting their scheduling of a class and putting away the $$ needed for the class work. I've spent a lot of tome doing safety training to my kids and grandkids now I wish to expand it to others with the assurance that I know what I'm doing.
Also good luck to you, Art. I'm sure you'll make a fine instructor.
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Also good luck to you, Art. I'm sure you'll make a fine instructor.
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