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Where do I get the blue training guns?

This is a discussion on Where do I get the blue training guns? within the Instructors Corner forums, part of the Main Category category; I am asking because our dojo doesn't have one. And being an owner of several sizes, (ranging from my p22 ...

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    Default Where do I get the blue training guns?

    I am asking because our dojo doesn't have one. And being an owner of several sizes, (ranging from my p22 to my Judge...huge differences) i can see some problems with applying the techniques we are taught due to the size of some (for example Walther P22, Ruger LCR .22, Beretta Tomcat) of these subcompact micro pocket rockets. If you got some carved up scrappy used ones or know where to get them, please let me know.

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    The NRA store for instructors has a bunch, both rifle and handgun.

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    Cheapest place I have found with a great selection... Free shipping to boot...

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    If you want selection you are better served going with Botach. Free shipping and no Taxes.

    Also may I recommend using airsoft...They will help you simulate the typical scenario of not carrying one in the chamber. usually when I give the force on force classes the airsoft helps to drive the point to the student of carrying a loaded and ready to go gun.

    So you can use it for both Defensive and offensive scenarios.

    Hope it helps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by stingray2100 View Post
    If you want selection you are better served going with Botach. Free shipping and no Taxes.

    Also may I recommend using airsoft...They will help you simulate the typical scenario of not carrying one in the chamber. usually when I give the force on force classes the airsoft helps to drive the point to the student of carrying a loaded and ready to go gun.

    So you can use it for both Defensive and offensive scenarios.

    Hope it helps.
    Hmmmm...I do have a co2 bb gun that makes a quite audible pop when you pull the trigger with an empty mag.

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