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Need range qualification - Instructors in Northern VA?

25sierraman

Regular Member
Joined
Apr 18, 2010
Messages
144
Location
Alexandria , Virginia, USA
What kind of instruction do you need? I can give you the NRA basic pistol course.....


ED! How did the rest of the day go? Get a few more members? (i was the random asian guy renewing his membership)
 

press1280

Regular Member
Joined
Sep 10, 2008
Messages
398
Location
Eastern Panhandle,WV ,
If you need range qualification for a Florida permit (just a guess), we do that.

Check our website for details.
I already have the Basic Pistol Course(from 2007), however, I'm applying for another state's permit, and they require(or so they say) recent qualification scores. I'd rather not say which state because it'll probably spin this thread way off in another direction.

I believe the range qualification for FL would be adequate, I suppose similiar qualification to LEOSA would work also. This state's training statutes are vague to say the least.
 

ProShooter

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Joined
Mar 23, 2008
Messages
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Location
www.ProactiveShooters.com, Richmond, Va., , USA
I already have the Basic Pistol Course(from 2007), however, I'm applying for another state's permit, and they require(or so they say) recent qualification scores. I'd rather not say which state because it'll probably spin this thread way off in another direction.

I believe the range qualification for FL would be adequate, I suppose similiar qualification to LEOSA would work also. This state's training statutes are vague to say the least.
Well, we'll be glad to help you any way that we can.
 
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