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    Defensive Pistol Skills 1

    Where:
    South River Gun Club
    April 21, 2012
    0830hrs

    What to bring:
    500rds of ammunition
    minimum 9mm or larger service caliber pistol
    minimum two magazines maximum three
    holster and magazine pouches
    snacks, food, drinks

    Cost:
    $125.00

    Estimated Class Time:
    6-8 hours

    This class is idea for IPSC, IDPA, Steel Match shooters or those who have a basic certificate from a firearms course and are seeking advanced training. For law enforcement officers who are tired of the minimum standards and for those who have a good shooting history and have never had any formal training.

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    Discount for OCDO members?

    Do you allow carry in the classroom or the carry of a loaded BUG?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kingfish View Post
    Discount for OCDO members?

    Do you allow carry in the classroom or the carry of a loaded BUG?

    The class is discounted let me explain. With everything going up I decided I would give the same class and come down off the price so people could afford the training. This class in the pass was $175.00 for one day and $350.00 for two days all fees included.

    I do run a hot range with the exception of clearing weapons checked by all who attend for certain drills. If the BUG is in a pocket or ankle carry fine but not on the waist band in the classroom because I do not want weapons presentation drills to get confused with the primary.
    You do not think the 9mm is effective? Then let me shoot at you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 9 Micky Mouse View Post
    If the BUG is in a pocket or ankle carry fine but not on the waist band in the classroom because I do not want weapons presentation drills to get confused with the primary.
    Understandable and good for you.

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