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This is a discussion on Hello from New York (state) within the New Member Introductions forums, part of the Welcome To DefensiveCarry.com category; Originally Posted by Littlefish That seems to be the plan. The Sig Sauer academy is about 4 hours from here. Seems to be an amazing ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlefish View Post
    That seems to be the plan. The Sig Sauer academy is about 4 hours from here. Seems to be an amazing resource for training that Iíll prob work towards. It isnít cheap but highly regarded.


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    Look into the gunsite academy in Arizona.
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    Welcome, LF, from the great state of Idaho.

    And, you write...

    ...Iím a teacher in a public school ...


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    Quote Originally Posted by Littlefish View Post
    Hi all. Iíve been carrying a Glock 43 for about 3 years now. It was my first handgun but I grew up with rifles and shotguns hunting and shooting competitive skeet. Looking to really up my training and mindset. When I first started carrying I took a few defensive classes and one class that also included a law portion but I want to learn and grow much more. Trying to find more hands on training but options seem to be limited around here.

    I live in New York north of NYC and am lucky to live in a county where full carry is granted without needing a ďproper cause.Ē Unfortunately (but not really because I love my job), Iím a teacher in a public school so I canít carry my gun or even leave it in my car in the parking lot. So Iím forced to carry on the weekends and if I go back out after work.

    Iím looking to learning from and talking with people who have a lot more to offer than myself.
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