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  1. Off-Topic
    It's for the sake of the kids. gun safety gone wrong - YouTube
  2. Shooting Ranges
    Does anyone know of any good places near NYC where they train people in pistol handling? I am willing to travel upstate and to long island as well, but I don't want to exaggerate and travel for more than 2 hours. Basically, I am looking for a beginner's course - one that doesn't require you to...
  3. Off-Topic
    So first time selling off Craig's list tonight and I'm getting nervous because it involves a large sum of cash (over 20G). Spoke to the guy several times today and he seemed normal/nice guy. We're doing transaction at my home which is probably my first mistake although I would have to give him...
  4. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    I was told today by a person conducting an armed guard course that because he was a licensed NRA instructor that in his presense we could handle firearms. Is this true? I am in the process of being approved and so did not handle them for fear of losing my opportunity of getting one. Also, what...
  5. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    I've been browsing the forums a bunch and quite a few people have stated that handling a handgun without a permit was illegal. This sounds too absurd to be true...but I guess it could fly in NY. If it is true then I know quite a few people who've broken the law by handling and firing handguns...
  6. Rochester Personal Defense, LLC
    So....we always tend to focus on the negative but never the positive. We love to bash a store or situation where we experienced or witnessed bad gun handling. How about a new concept????? Let's start listing instances where we have seen GOOD gun handling. Even if it's a place where you may...
  7. General Firearms
    PACT Inc. - Timers and Hollywood
  8. Blog Posts
    I've had the opportunity to attend Combative Carbine Skills 1&2 twice now, so I feel I can accurately review this class. First off, Modern Defensive Training Systems (MDTS) is run by Chris Fry, a well-versed training instructor as well as a great contributor to our forums, here at NY...
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