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    Door Kicker Mick-Boy's Avatar
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    "Men who carry rifles for a living do not seek reward outside the guild. The most cherished gift...is a nod from his peers."

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    I have taken many classes and have also gone to a variety of matches. Without a doubt, a good training course is extremely valuable. To say that just going to a match will be better is like telling a athlete it's better to just go to the game and not worry about practice.

    Sure, you can learn a lot during a competition. But most people have a real hard time focusing on fundamentals once they hear that BEEP. And you'd have to go to a whole bunch of matches, back-to-back, to get the same sort of muscle memory you get from the drills you do in a good class.

    IMO, single day classes are just OK. You might learn a few tips or new techniques. But a multi day course is the way to go if you really want to get better.

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    Not sure if Andy at 303 Arms still teaches carbine, but might be worth looking into. He is a nice guy and good teacher.
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