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#1 Theron

  • LocationMercer County
  • Home Range:Classic Pistol and Range 14

Posted 07 August 2011 - 10:32 PM

Thanks for an interesting introduction/reinforcing of the basics of AR mechanics, sighting,and shooting. Even more thanks for the opportunity to ding the steel plate at 200 yards.

Your mind is your primary weapon

#2 Krdshrk


    Really needs to clean his guns...

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Posted 07 August 2011 - 10:38 PM

Hope you enjoyed the class as much as I did! :)

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#3 RedRiverII

  • LocationEast Windsor, NJ
  • Home Range:CJRPC

Posted 08 August 2011 - 03:36 AM

I was at the range yesterday on table 14. I voluntered to drink the water you offered, not knowing you were not speaking to me.

#4 Mr.G

  • LocationBergen County
  • Home Range:Old Bridge Rifle and Pistol Club

Posted 08 August 2011 - 09:34 AM

+1+1+ A+

Excellent AR course. I never thought I could hit in such distance but I did and consistent! Overall its a must for anyone who has not had a formal AR training. YouTube and your buddy's 30 minutes advise (if he even spends that much time)" is not enough kids!! Get formally trained.
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  • LocationNew Jersey
  • Home Range:Fort Dix and SFGPA

Posted 07 September 2011 - 07:55 AM

Glad you guys enjoyed the course. I will be running another one shortly and have been developing a "day 2" course for those who have already taken the NRA basic course. It will be geared more toward someone looking to shoot competition or use their AR as a home defense gun.
Cameron Green
NRA Certified Instructor and CRSO
NRA Training Counselor
Certified UT CFP Instructor
Owner/operator G.A.P.P.

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