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    I got killed twice today

    So i'm here in Oregon visiting some family and I saw a sign saying shoot here. I was alone as the wife had taken the girls shopping so naturally I stopped in. They have training facility with laser glocks and a 360 degree scenario. I went into a hells angel bar as backup to the cops.

    I was shot in the back first time. It is a reactive scenario adjusting to what you say and where you move. I went into a convenience store next. I got the original perp but his buddy got me. Sigh. I got better as time went on. They had a guy right there offering instruction one on one.

    It was amazing. They said they are going yo start expanding and franchising. Hope they come down to Utah soon. I had a blast and learned a ton.
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    That sounds really cool. Thanks for sharing, I hadn't heard of this kind of thing before.
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    Where at?

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    How much did it cost? Would you consider it "real" force-on-force training, or mostly entertainment/play?

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    Quote Originally Posted by farsidefan1 View Post
    So i'm here in Oregon visiting some family and I saw a sign saying shoot here. I was alone as the wife had taken the girls shopping so naturally I stopped in. They have training facility with laser glocks and a 360 degree scenario. I went into a hells angel bar as backup to the cops.

    I was shot in the back first time. It is a reactive scenario adjusting to what you say and where you move. I went into a convenience store next. I got the original perp but his buddy got me. Sigh. I got better as time went on. They had a guy right there offering instruction one on one.

    It was amazing. They said they are going yo start expanding and franchising. Hope they come down to Utah soon. I had a blast and learned a ton.
    Sounds cool.

    Pro Tip: Next time you go into a Hell's Angles Bar, order an Appletini. You will not be perceived as a threat, and that gives you the initiative.
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    That does sound cool and an excellent way to practice and simulate your abilities.

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    This could grow legs
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    Sounds cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEF View Post
    Sounds cool.

    Pro Tip: Next time you go into a Hell's Angles Bar, order an Appletini. You will not be perceived as a threat, and that gives you the initiative.
    What about a pink tu-tu? Should I wear a pink tu-tu with my appletini PEF?
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    "PEF's Pro Tips"!!!! It ought to be a sticky!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaeger View Post


    "PEF's Pro Tips"!!!! It ought to be a sticky!
    I got more of them. And one day the recommended "required reading" will be PEF's "Pro Tips," along with "On Killing" and "In the Gravest Extreme." And instead of Smith's "Thunder Ranch" people will come to......wait for it..... PEF's "Monkey Ranch."
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    Hmmm, I think I'd rather go into a cop bar as the Hells Angels' backup


    Sounds like fun.

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    Sounds like fun, as well as a great training aid.......

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    I'd be quite interested in something like that. Do you remember the name of that place?

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