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Old 01-13-2014, 04:35 PM   #1
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‘Beyond Basic’ or ‘Handgun 102’ type course.

Manchester Firing Line or Sig SAUER Academy?

Any experience and/or thoughts?

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At the SIG Academy instruction is top notch. I may have been to the Firing Line, if it's by the airport.

When I explained who Chekhov was, it should have whizzed over your head. There is a cantankerous but poorly educated character out there who nitestalked my posts until I gave him some attention.

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‘Beyond Basic’ or ‘Handgun 102’ type course.

Manchester Firing Line or Sig SAUER Academy?

Any experience and/or thoughts?
I have not attended but some of my co-workers have and claim its top notch, its in Exeter NH not the facility at the Trade Port.
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When I explained who Chekhov was, it should have whizzed over your head.
I know who Chekhov was. He was related to my Uncle Vanya.
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At Sig Sauer they hire on teaching skills, not just the firearms creds. For you tuition you get personal attention. This is my impartial opinion of them, no better place to train in handguns. The flagship SIG gun shop is worth a look too.

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