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26 May 2015 20:37#1 by Nikon
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I have an old schoolmate who is looking for some firearms training but would rather not go the NRA route. Any suggestions on other basic and advanced training in the area that is reputable?

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27 May 2015 09:22#2 by 6Pack
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Jeez, what other certifications are there? I think every trainer I know has the NRA certs.

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27 May 2015 14:19#3 by cypherpunk
cypherpunk replied the topic: Re:non-NRA firearms training
Masaad Ayoob is good.
SAF.org also started something I heard.

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22 Sep 2015 20:08#4 by ComeGet
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Does he understand that he doesn't have to join the NRA to enjoy their quality training?

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22 Sep 2015 23:31#5 by cypherpunk
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He could join the Marines or become a LEO.

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