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We have open slots in the 2 Day Basic Defensive Carbine class being held this coming weekend, Saturday and Sunday 16 & 17 OCT. Let me know ASAP if you’re interested in attending. Equipment requirements are to the left.
Don’t have an AR? We will have at least one, possibly two, 16″ Patrol Carbines for T&E. All you’re required to do is furnish the ammunition. No Wolf or other steel case ammo, only brass cartridges in these guns.

You can find out more about the Barnes Precision carbine(s) being T&E’d here: www.usamade-ar15parts.com

This is an excellent opportunity to learn about the AR platform while putting wear and tear on someone else’s gun. Let me know if you’d like to take advantage of this offer. First come, first served.

Remember that successful completion of this class, or its equivalent, is required to attend the 2 Day Tactical Carbine class being conducted in NOV.

We’re also conducting a Carbine Cleaning & Maintance class this Tuesday, 12 OCT at Fludd’s Gun and Pawn from 6pm to 9pm. Cost is $25 and you get some Free Stuff in addition to the training for your tuition fee.
Fludd’s is located at 2049 West Evans in Florence. They can be reached at 843-669-7363.
Hope to see you soon. In the meantime,
Stay sharp, and ‘ready for anything’!

Please read this!

If you’re reading these words, you’re probably one of the few who are Paying Attention. That’s just one of the personal traits that distinquish us from others. We notice things most don’t. While the herd is self absorbed and in Condition White, we’re using all our senses to detect things out of the ordinary. With that in mind, here’s something different for our newsletter – an article on drowning. The short version: Real drowning doesn’t look like TV drowning. Why am I surprised at this?! Check it out here: http://mariovittone.com/2010/05/154/

Words of Wisdom:

“One way of looking at this (gliding a jet airliner into the Hudson River) might be that, for 42 years, I’ve been making small, regular deposits in this bank of experience: education and training. And on January 15, 2009 the balance was sufficient so that I could make a very large withdrawal.”

-Captain Chesley B. Sullenberger


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