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    Default Professional Handgun Training in Fairbanks

    I saw this on another site (AR15), just passing it on. I am considering signing up......should be good.


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    Hey personal protection handgunners……

    There was some talk earlier about training in Fairbanks. FYI, Mike Seeklander will be here in a couple of weeks. If you have a concealed permit and no training or even if you have trained you may not want to miss this instruction. There are 2 spots left. Do the first day, which will open the door for you to participate in other skills training or do both days. Its cheap if you consider time off and travel expenses.

    Not only is Mike an excellent instructor but he can shoot as well. I have known, trained and shot with Mike for years, no hype, just proven techniques.

    He also, was selected as the instructor for Best Defense on Outdoor channel this upcoming year.

    For more info on the class go here;

    http://www.alaskagunner.com/Personal...tion_Hand.html

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    Wasn't he on Top Shot?

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    how much $$..and how much ammo do we need? Thanks.

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    Dan, check out the link...it's all there I believe


    There is also a course in birchwood that I've setup for OCT 08-09

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    Yes he was on the first season.....first to get bumped.

    Anyway, I am in on the class, Bill said we will need 500 to 600 rounds per day. May not need them all, but bringing extra is always a good plan.

    Looking forward to the class, apparently it is filled up now, glad there were a couple of cancellations.

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