Taking a Force On Force class

Taking a Force On Force class

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    Taking a Force On Force class

    It's a two day class with some night and other shooting scenarios rolled into it next weekend and i'm really looking forward to it.

    It'll be my first FOF class and i'm pretty sure it'll be an eye opener.

    The training is being held at the Okeechobee Shooting Sports Range in south Florida.

    I'll give a review when i'm done.
    Luis

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    Enjoy. Pay attention to small details that make a difference.
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    pm in bound w a few q's.

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    Another suggestion: What you will get from this is proportional to what you put into it. Be the best student you can be.

    An old saying is, "You can't put tea into a cup that's already full." So bring an empty cup.

    If an instructor says something you disagree with, or something that contradicts your personal experience, let it go. Even if you only get a few solid gems of information, one of them could save your life.

    Be honest when attacking or defending. Don't try to "win" a scenario, just play it out in a way that mimics the real world as best you can.

    Be serious and focused - a "real-life" event will involve adrenaline and this is a chance to learn to operate under the effect. Get into a headspace where you can feel it.
    "It may seem difficult at first, but everything is difficult at first."

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