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    Quote Originally Posted by nyeti View Post
    Is he still "testy" about his "English" accent?....;-). He used to give quite an education on "Welsh". My boss at Aimpoint is Irish......I always tell people that he is from Australia and to ask him about Australia.....gets a similar response to Phil.
    That is the perfect way to grind the gears of any Englishman, Irishman, Scotsman (or Welshman!)

    You are a cruel cruel man.

    And yes, this was an excellent AAR! Thanks for posting it up.
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    Thanks for sharing, the course sounds great
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    Great post, always great to hear instructors give kudos to our beloved P7s.

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    I agree with everyone else. This is a great AAR. I'm looking forward to attending his course. So glad I read these posts today.

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    Very impressive post! Thanks!

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    He was still at HK when I did the MP5 instructor course in 1991. An interesting fellow, to say the least.

    Was your class held at the Loudon Co S.O. range? It looks familiar, although if it is they have made some MAJOR improvements.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LSP 972 View Post
    He was still at HK when I did the MP5 instructor course in 1991. An interesting fellow, to say the least.

    Was your class held at the Loudon Co S.O. range? It looks familiar, although if it is they have made some MAJOR improvements.

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    No, this course was run at the NC Justice Academy. Very well supported by the staff there.
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