I signed up with a pro class in Culpepper.

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I signed up with a pro class in Culpepper.

Postby ShortMan » Sun, 22 Apr 2018 19:20:31

https://www.fpftraining.com/pages/contact

FPF training has decent reviews and after the incident at Hooters I thought maybe I needed it.

Coming up on the 5th so I will let you guys know how they run their operation and if I liked it. If you have any questions you want me to ask them in person please write them here and I will try to accommodate.

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https://www.fpftraining.com/products/foundation-skills


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Re: I signed up with a pro class in Culpepper.

Postby ShortMan » Sun, 06 May 2018 04:13:40

I did the training course today. It was excellent. John Murphy knows his stuff and is an excellent teacher.
I highly recommend the Foundation for Concealed Carry. Its good.


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Re: I signed up with a pro class in Culpepper.

Postby MarcSpaz » Sun, 06 May 2018 13:11:57

Good to hear. I'm trying to loos some weight so I can be a bit more mobile. Once I drop a few pounds, I was thinking about a "fighting rifle" class. It's been more than 6 years since I did my last one and about 4 years since I had any formal training at all.

My buddy has been trying to get me to go to some outdoor matches too. From what he is saying, its a good method to retain and improve your skills.

Anyway, glad to hear some positive reviews. Hope you had fun and took something useful away from the class.


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Re: I signed up with a pro class in Culpepper.

Postby wittmeba » Sun, 06 May 2018 14:30:13

Glad to hear about good training.

I already had my CWP but was offered by the instructor that if I didn't think it was worth it he would not charge me. I went -- I also paid the cost as it was well worth it.

I was trying to get about 5 people into this class (self included) but they did not want to spend 7 hours in class so they went elsewhere. Big mistake. Rob Tackett really knows his stuff too. I believe (needs verification) Rob trains law enforcement and security. A very well spent 7 hours and you can't beat the price.

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Critical Carry Firearms Training
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https://criticalcarry.training/class-de ... d-citizen/

I learned about this class from another forum member but I don't recall which forum -- sorry.
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Re: I signed up with a pro class in Culpepper.

Postby ShortMan » Wed, 18 Jul 2018 20:52:53

BUMP!

Since the concealed class back in May I have had two more with FPF.

One was a vehicle course. We murdered a Geo.

And last weekend I did an advanced course with guest instructor Darryl Bolke, who is apparently world famous. I learned a lot about 1st Responder stuff. It was worth the time and money.


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