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Hello there, just registered. I approach firearms ownership and training/practice in a utilitarian format I guess I would say. I own one handgun and one carbine rifle, more interested in getting experience behind those platforms instead of spending more and more dollars on new firearms or gear I may not use a whole lot. Been training/carrying on a daily basis for about 3 years. I am interested to see what type of info I can find on product/gear opinions and references for good training local to Colorado.

Cheers!
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(02-09-2018, 02:00 PM)DailyCarry0325 Wrote: Hello there, just registered. I approach firearms ownership and training/practice in a utilitarian format I guess I would say. I own one handgun and one carbine rifle, more interested in getting experience behind those platforms instead of spending more and more dollars on new firearms or gear I may not use a whole lot. Been training/carrying on a daily basis for about 3 years. I am interested to see what type of info I can find on product/gear opinions and references for good training local to Colorado.

Cheers!

It depends on where you live.  If you go to a local range, they can usually give you information about instructors in your area whether at the range or in the area. 
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