Author: Dale Koop

Are you really as good as you think with a gun, or is that lazy pride talking?

Good day to all: We have been enviting many people who claimed to be very experienced with their firearm  Guess

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Due to the irresponsibility of the general public with no shows no calls, all reservations require that any courses will all be paid upfront

I have never seen a place like California that people don’t show up, use stolen credit cards to take a

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Never thought we would be selling bullet proof back packs for your children to have a 2nd chance at surviving a shooting

This is the most popular selling item we have ever had in our store.  his back pack will stop a

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What is too young for a child to learn firearms safety training

We choose to start them at 12 years of age, that seems to be the maturity level that is safe. 

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How did Israel solve school shooting problems, and they never happened again?

Israel armed the teachers, and the next time some attempted to do a mass shooting they were shot to death

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Why a Glock for a beginner, and does it work for Home Defense?

Well let’s get started: Glock is a combat hand gun, and they come in 3 different sizes.  I don’t recommend

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What do you look for when searching for a great firearms instructor

#1 Does the person take a great interest in you? #2 How long have they been teaching? #3 How flexible

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We have put up a go fund me page for Scott he needs to raise $40,000 for his cancer treatment

Scott was exposed to a bio weapon some years back, and has come down with stage 4 cancer, he has

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Would you rather have your child find a gun with their friend, or would you rather pay and have them come to have a professional lesson

This has become a real big question we continue to ask parents when they come come for lessons.  Our firm

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9th Circuit opinion on rights of gun stores applies standard, rigorous Second Amendment doctrines – The Washington Post

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit decision Monday in Teixeira v. County of Alameda vindicates the Second Amendment rights of

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