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    Default Two HK-focused pistol courses in Spring 2016

    I'm proud to offer two HK-focused pistol courses in Spring 2016, hosted by Frontline Defense in Warrenton, NC:

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/teufelshu...or-course.html

    https://www.hkpro.com/forum/teufelshu...ml#post1741361



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    I may be interested. It's an approximate 655 mile drive though. Maybe get a car pool going with other central FL people.

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    James, I'd be all over one of these like flies on poo if you weren't a couple thousand miles away! BTW, the Haley D5 course was pretty f'n awesome. Your AAR regarding it was so thorough, if you don't mind I think I'll just piggy back my impressions in that thread. I'm not sure I have so much to add as to constitute a whole other thread.
    Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bastardsonofelvis View Post
    James, I'd be all over one of these like flies on poo if you weren't a couple thousand miles away! BTW, the Haley D5 course was pretty f'n awesome. Your AAR regarding it was so thorough, if you don't mind I think I'll just piggy back my impressions in that thread. I'm not sure I have so much to add as to constitute a whole other thread.
    Excuses.
    Glad you had a great experience with the training and hope you let Teavis and Nate know how much you appreciated their efforts. Feel free to add you experiences, as it will help others see another positive viewpoint.

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