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    I don't recommend camouflaging the back of your...

    I don't recommend camouflaging the back of your front sight post.
  2. Advanced Carbine Clinic Cost: $75 ...

    Advanced Carbine Clinic


    Cost:

    $75


    Duration:
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    I think that we'd be remiss if we did not...

    I think that we'd be remiss if we did not continually reevaluate all of the many facets of things we do with guns in our hands.

    Col. Cooper was a wise man and he built the foundation for us, but...
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    But it went ahead and done happened.. didn't it?

    But it went ahead and done happened.. didn't it?
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    The Color Codes of Awareness seem to have passed...

    The Color Codes of Awareness seem to have passed the test of time. You generally don't see 16 page threads on them.
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    Many things that Col. Cooper strongly advocated...

    Many things that Col. Cooper strongly advocated for have been questioned and re-evaluated with no disrespect. Weaver, worthless mouse gun AR-15s, the superiority of the 5" 1911, the "surprise break",...
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    I came to this same conclusion.

    I came to this same conclusion.
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    Hey I just met you And this is crazy But here's...

    Hey I just met you
    And this is crazy
    But here's my number
    So call me, Haley

    And all the other dudebros
    Try to train me
    But here's my number
    So call me, Haley
  9. Here are some links to some AARs of past training...

    Here are some links to some AARs of past training that I've conducted (most of it under the moniker Low Speed High Drag):

    AAR: LSHD Vickers Shooting Method Kalashnikov Basic ~ Beaver Falls, PA ~...
  10. Protective Shooting Concepts Clinics provide high...

    Protective Shooting Concepts Clinics provide high intensity training for experienced shooters, as well as development opportunities for newer shooters.

    Clinics are currently held every month and...
  11. Beaver Falls, PA - Protective Shooting Concepts 2014 Schedule

    *All training activities take place at The Beaver Valley Rifle & Pistol Club unless otherwise noted.*



    Advanced Carbine Clinic

    $75.00

    May 3rd, 2014; 9:00 am to 1:00 pm
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    My pleasure.

    My pleasure.
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    I think an argument can be made that there is, in...

    I think an argument can be made that there is, in fact, a single universal rule of gun handling:

    Don't accidentally shoot yourself or someone else.


    I think all parties can agree on that as a...
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    We have a rule which seems to concern itself with...

    We have a rule which seems to concern itself with the condition of the gun; or arguably the mindset of the shooter.

    We have a rule which seems to concern itself with the direction of the muzzle. ...
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    If we treat unloaded guns the same as loaded...

    If we treat unloaded guns the same as loaded guns, why is Rule #1 even necessary?

    You asked a good question before:
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    Don't Rule 2 and Rule 3 cover that?

    Don't Rule 2 and Rule 3 cover that?
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    So how does one handle guns?

    So how does one handle guns?
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    Rule #1: All guns are always loaded. What is...

    Rule #1: All guns are always loaded.

    What is this this rule telling us? Sidestepping the "that's not literally true" observation, what is the meaning of Rule#1? Is this rule telling us to treat...
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    The fundamental NRA rules for safe gun handling...

    The fundamental NRA rules for safe gun handling are:

    1. ALWAYS keep the gun pointed in a safe direction.

    This is the primary rule of gun safety. A safe direction means that the gun is pointed...
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    Col. Cooper's/Gunsite's Four Rules...

    The following are commonly referred to as the "cardinal" and/or "universal" "rules" of safe gun handling:


    All guns are always loaded. Even if they are not, treat them as if they are.

    Never...
  21. I do think it's valid but it can be daunting to...

    I do think it's valid but it can be daunting to incorporate properly into a line full of shooters.
  22. WTT: Beretta 92 FS and Raven Concelament Gear

    I've got a Beretta 92FS for sale or trade. It comes with the factory hard case with all the stuff in it, it has two full capacity magazines and includes a Raven Concealment Systems RH holster and...
  23. WTS: Also willing to trade for a Gen 4 Glock 34.

    Also willing to trade for a Gen 4 Glock 34.
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    I concur.

    I concur.
  25. Can video games desensitize one to pulling a...

    Can video games desensitize one to pulling a trigger?
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