To: Squantos; Travis McGee
One more suggestion. Join IDPA and shoot some of the competition "games" that promote skills and practice while having some serious fun. It's the best practice a civilian can get IMHO.
I just checked out their website. There are two affiliated clubs not that far from me. Looks like a good time and you can come away with some knowledge and skills. Thanks.
You guys are the best, but if you ever tell anyone I said that, I will deny it.
posted on 02/22/2003 10:57:51 PM PST
(Gun control means keeping it on target until the magazine is empty.)
LOL......I understand .........:o)
Stay Safe !
posted on 02/22/2003 11:01:15 PM PST
(If the speed limit is 75 mph, why are vehicles made to go 76 mph or faster ?........:o)
To: ConservativeLawyer; Squantos
even better than the training and fun you'll have with idpa is the network of like minded folks you'll meet.
one of the local chapters i've shot with usually has the trainers from two different county sheriff depts, a gun law author/attorney, several deputies from the various counties, former marine gunnys, idpa champs from ours and visiting neighboring states, nra champs, etc. you can't help but learn some useful stuff, and also get some further leads on training... this has been the real benefit for me.
a group of my friends and i make our own scenarios and have built target stands, etc. ... timers, the whole ball of wax, just to practice on our own. it's a class A hoot!
posted on 02/22/2003 11:16:28 PM PST
by glock rocks
(God bless America.)
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