Slingin rock on da corner
Join Date: Oct 2006
Location: Sherman TX
I passed with flying colors, as did most of the people in the class. We had 25 people in the class, 2 of which were renewals.
I shot in the first group, we only had 8 lanes available. Out of 50 shots, I had 2 outside the 8 ring.
As far as the test goes, the hardest part about that was waiting to take it. Perfect score, no misses at all. And I was one out of only two in the class that scored 100%.
I was psyched, yet calm, the entire time. On the way there this morning, my stomach was tying itself in knots over the idea of shooting in a pass/fail situation. But I got to thinking, "Heck, I do this once a week anyways, whats the big deal?"
With that in mind I volunteered for the first group to shoot, then took care of all the notarization, fingerprinting, and pictures afterwards. It was a great experience. Really brought a lot of things to attention that previously were hearsay, or he said/she said BS. If for nothing other than the educational value of the class, I'm glad I took it. Definitely worth it.
Also, the guys at Red River Firearms were excellent as always, Johnny-onthespot with any questions or concerns that arose.
There was one guy that failed the shooting course, but they let him retake it and he did ok on the second go around. All in all a good class.
Lasted almost 12 hours all said and done. Due to the size of the class, I guess.
I don't really know what else to say, other than time to clean the .45, watch a movie, and browse the web. I'm too alert to sleep.
Remember, some people are alive simply because it is illegal to kill them.
God Bless our Troops
Originally Posted by Da Prez
my excuse is i dont give a fuck...
sass me again and see what happens...
I knew you were a titty hating fag the moment I met you.
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