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Advanced Law Enforcement Close-Quarter Pistol

Event Type: Continuing Education
Event Date: Wednesday, July 17, 2013 - 8:00am - 4:30pm
Event Location: Chino, CA us
Address: 17501 Pomona Rincon Rd.
Event Cost: $109.00 (which includes $20 Prado range fee)
Event Desc:

This one-day course builds on the skills developed in the Law Enforcement Close-Quarter Pistol class. This class addresses some of the potential challenges of a sudden armed attack - including how to fight after you have been shot (one hand and off-hand gunfighting)

More Info: http://www.blackrock-usa.com
Contact: Mark Schraer | <p>(707) 718-6960</p> | blkrock14@yahoo.com
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