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    Traditionally, HK has only offered their extensive classes to law enforcement and military. As of now... That has changed. I am pleased to announce that HK will be allowing civilians to participate in their premium training classes. I have taken part in the pilot program and I can assure you that the classes are top notch and you WILL ABSOLUTELY increase your knowledge and skill. The first classes for civilians will focus on the pistol platforms. As the classes grow, the scope will broaden. Future classes will include the roller lock series and a Premium VIP Experience is also contemplated.

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    Just registered for all three classes and booked a flight and Airbnb! Thanks for the heads up, can't wait for that roller lock series.
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    Here is a good overview! ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bystok View Post
    Here is a good overview! ;)

    Look at all the eye candy in that video! The guns are cool too.

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    .... and the cost for this 5 day course would be?
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    Click the training link. Price by the class, two classes or three...

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    I will ask here exactly what I asked in the other thread:
    anybody know how/if they will handle international civilians? The website still demands State Department approval for foreign nationals and that they need to be members of a department/agency.
    Thanks for the help!

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    Arghh..I already have a business trip planned that week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by javemtr View Post
    I will ask here exactly what I asked in the other thread:
    anybody know how/if they will handle international civilians? The website still demands State Department approval for foreign nationals and that they need to be members of a department/agency.
    Thanks for the help!
    ITAR restrictions will mean that the answer is no.
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    $725 for 5 days of training is reasonable. I only get 15 days of time off per year and 2 weeks are already dedicated for vacation and I can’t swing my last 5 days for this even thought I totally would do this in a heart beat. I really hope this is a continued program covering additional platforms over time.
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