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    HiTS Shotgun Nov 25, Dallas, TX

    HiTS is doing a one day shotgun class on Sunday, Nov 25,2018 at Dallas Pistol Club. This is a dynamic class that is for those familiar with the defensive shotgun and want to learn to run it proactively. $175.00


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    Just a Hairy Special Snowflake supply clerk with no field experience, shooting an Asymetric carbine as a Try Hard. Snarky and easily butt hurt. Favorite animal is the Cape Buffalo....likely indicative of a personality disorder.
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    Liking that Sun. choice, now to make sure the Pipester doesn’t schedule our resurrected USPSA club match @ Jerry’s that day.

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    Definitely in!

    I'm bringing two nephews, and a small dumptruck full of shotguns. Probably going to run the 1301T, or hopefully the Benelli M2 Entry gun if the stamp ever arrives.

    I'm also going to experiment with a left-handed 870 with an Aimpoint S-1.

    Many tools for attendees to try out.

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    I won't know if I can make it until the 24th, looking @ ya Jackdog.

    ETA - agreed Bill just need to square some issues away, seems like two of us may be buying AUG’s now, cannot imagine why.
    Last edited by OldRunner/CSAT Neighbor; 11-15-2018 at 07:12 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldRunner/CSAT Neighbor View Post
    I won't know if I can make it until the 25th, looking @ ya Jackdog.
    I’ll know by the 24th.


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    You know you want to attend, just go ahead and give into temptation.

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    I will just say this: If you want to learn how to run a shotgun, DB is your guy. Just completed my second shotgun class by him. Simply great. Great pacing, real-life experience, practical guidance and really good control of a class containing a wide-array of experience.

    Having Joe Watson assist, as well as Mel as a RSO was simply an added benefit. As always, the facilities were top notch.

    I know this isn’t a lengthy and detailed AAR. However, if you are in search of quality gauge instruction, DB is your guy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by McD View Post
    I will just say this: If you want to learn how to run a shotgun, DB is your guy. Just completed my second shotgun class by him. Simply great. Great pacing, real-life experience, practical guidance and really good control of a class containing a wide-array of experience.

    Having Joe Watson assist, as well as Mel as a RSO was simply an added benefit. As always, the facilities were top notch.

    I know this isn’t a lengthy and detailed AAR. However, if you are in search of quality gauge instruction, DB is your guy.
    Well stated. Agree totally. Hope it becomes an annual event

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    Indeed, it was mucho fun! It is always fun to test gear and assumptions, and watch the myths explode.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mwolf View Post
    Well stated. Agree totally. Hope it becomes an annual event
    If you were the gent with the wood-stocked 870, that was a very neat SBS.

    I'm going to do a Form 1 this weekend, and clone it's twin.

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