Handgun and Rifle training sections merged

We figured that the fundamentals of shooting applies no matter the choice of firearm.

We also wanted to make it easier to have one place to go to get information regarding classes and useful posts.

We envision this section (and the whole forum) as a place to get good useful information.

We want the posts to have a tone of seriousness, openness, and helpfulness.

While humor and friendly aspects of individual posts and replies are not discouraged, those that are inflammatory, mean-spirited, and not generally helpfully to the subject(s) at hand will be deleted.
Be prepared to defend any and all statements you make.

I also dont want "advertising posts":

If you took a class with a instructor or group, don't just rave about how awesome they were; tell us what specifically you liked and about it and why.

Useful information is a requirement of every post and/or reply.

There will be no favoritism or patronizing on this or any other forum.
You teach or instruct? Great!
Participate; but be prepared to justify your argument as well as your background.

No disrespect intended, but just because someone has a NRA certification or is licensed as a State of Oklahoma SDA instructor doesn't make you an expert.

Most of you would be truly amazed at the talent level and background that some of our teaching academies and instructors here in the area have. Federal, military, law enforcement, defensive tactics, Competition, you name it, we have world class folks here in our backyard.

We need to tap that experience, and we want this forum to be the venue for that.
 

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