Taking my CC Course tomorrow
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The Instructor is a ...
August 21st, 2009 07:47 PM
Taking my CC Course tomorrow
Tommorrow is a going to be a long day as I'm taking my CC Class tomorrow at my church for Missouri.
The Instructor is a great guy and a member of the church I go to and has an approved Marion County Sheriff Course that he teaches.
I know it's going to be boring but I under stand he's very thorough on the needed info we need.
I plan on making a full review of it so folks up here in North Eastern MO can have a good place to go when they get ready to get their CC Lics.
August 21st, 2009 08:11 PM
I didn't find it too boring really. Just relax and soak up the info. Good luck!
Ain't no fun when the rabbit has a gun!
August 21st, 2009 08:13 PM
Good luck, and+1 to kingdaddyoh, just soak up the information.
August 21st, 2009 08:14 PM
+1 same here...... I thought the same it was going to be....... but it sure wasnt the day went by fast... Had a GREAT instructor.....
Originally Posted by kingdaddyoh
Ruger LCP 380
NAA 22 mini mag w/holster grip
S&W 38 model 10
August 21st, 2009 08:43 PM
You Might get a good laugh when the resident rambo shows up in BDU's with a desert eagle and enough war stories to cover at leat 3 wars he couldn't possibly have been in
"Outside of the killings, Washington has one of the lowest crime rates in the country,"
--Mayor Marion Barry, Washington , DC .
August 22nd, 2009 10:07 PM
It was just 5 men in the room. One being the Instructor.
All over the age of 50 and me, 26. Once city council member and then his friend and another older man in his 60's whose wife told him to take the class.
All to find out that the instructor, the council member and the other gentleman were Vietnam Vets.
Then later the Instructor brought out his arsenal of hand guns and ammo.
I learned so far quite a bit, some I already knew from here and other research I've done. But some new things. Like the need to practice dry fire, role play in my head from time to time. Then he went over the different ammo and I learned about two different and new to me rounds. The Glaser Safety Slug and the Aquila IQ rounds. WOW! I got to get me some of those.
The instructor is a NRA backed and trained instructor and gives the NRA Course plus all of the other MO required information.
Our range course was cut off and delayed due to the instructor having a family emergency and couldn't afford the time.
I look forward to getting my Certificate.
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