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CHRIS COSTA (COSTA LUDUS) IN NEW JERSEY

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Upcoming Costa Ludus courses at Cobra One Tactical in Great Meadows.

5/4 to 5/6 Carbine Elements Theory 1
5/8 to 5/10 Handgun Elements Theory 1
8/31 to 9/2 Handgun Elements Theory 2
9/4 to 9/6 Vehicle Elements Theory

Contact me directly for more info jmsavio@gstbase.com

NOTE: The May courses are almost filled.

 

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Cobra One has Milsim field and Shoot houses,but it is a Large outdoor range with 100 foot wide Range from 250 yards. Soon to be added a dedicated Pistol pit and 500 yards long range. We've been training there for years. You can also become a member there...

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15 hours ago, Old Glock guy said:

Joe says he's considering making the 9/4-6 class shotgun.  I'm seriously considering it.  Would you still do it if it changes?

Don't own any scatter guns. With the restrictions in NJ on semi-auto shotguns, they never interested me. A Benelli M4 with an extended tube and pistol grip, sure. 5+1 and a standard stock, not so much. 

 

If the class changes to shotgun I'll ask for a refund. 

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Looks like Joe struck a compromise, and is now shooting for a Carbine 2 class.  Based on my experience with Costa's handgun class in May, I would recommend this to anyone who is serious about his or her training. 

Alex V, will you be going?

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Looks like Joe struck a compromise, and is now shooting for a Carbine 2 class.  Based on my experience with Costa's handgun class in May, I would recommend this to anyone who is serious about his or her training. 
Alex V, will you be going?
Where can I find more details on schedule?

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On 7/24/2018 at 4:35 PM, Old Glock guy said:

Looks like Joe struck a compromise, and is now shooting for a Carbine 2 class.  Based on my experience with Costa's handgun class in May, I would recommend this to anyone who is serious about his or her training. 

Alex V, will you be going?

Spoke with Kristen Costa on the phone today. She asked me if I wanted a refund or to take Carbine 2. I said keep the money and sign me up for Carbine 2 lol. 

If they get enough students I'll be there.

His CET1 class last spring was awesome so I would happily take CET2 after HET2. 

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