Originally Posted by AZSDFT What I'm looking to talk about, is whether you take classes in general firearms use / skill / knowledge, as instructors. Also, do you tell the instructor of that class at all that you are already an instructor? As an NRA Instructor, there is basically only one level that you can achieve, but I feel that continued TRAINING, versus just constant PRACTICE on your own is a good thing.
I have been an instructor for five years, and go to some kind of continuing education course
Originally Posted by titaniumman
My dad just had an accident which resaulted in him loseing a finger. Both my mother and I laid down some rules. One being that hes not allowed to do anything to or with any firearm in the house for a month. Is that resonable or a little over kill? What do you think?
I live in Ohio an I been looking for smith & wesson m&p shield to buy but they are on back order but I'm going to Texas Aug 1st for vacation and wanted to no if I could buy a gun in Texas if I'm from Ohio and bring it back to Ohio without breaking any laws I'm flying back and I no I can bring it back in my check bag if anybody can help or no anything about this