Guns make people overconfident.

Yes, both places mentioned.
Alright well just because you've been to Charlotte doesn't mean you know the city that well. How long were you there? Where did you go when you were there? Have you ever lived in or near Charlotte? I've lived in Gastonia which is right next door so I know the area quite well, and what it's like over there.

I've also been to Detroit but that doesn't mean I know Detroit that well. When I was in Detroit it was only for a little while when I was at the airport when I was switching flights. You're certainly not going to learn much about a city when you're only there at the airport for the time it takes to switch flights.
 
Alright well just because you've been to Charlotte doesn't mean you know the city that well. How long were you there? Where did you go when you were there? Have you ever lived in or near Charlotte? I've lived in Gastonia which is right next door so I know the area quite well, and what it's like over there.

I've also been to Detroit but that doesn't mean I know Detroit that well. When I was in Detroit it was only for a little while when I was at the airport when I was switching flights. You're certainly not going to learn much about a city when you're only there at the airport for the time it takes to switch flights.
Doesnt matter. Charlotte is not one of the most dangerous cities in the world. Maybe dangerous in the US.
 
Utter nonsense. I have received these guys straight out of OSUT in combat, and they did the job just fine. I know several hunters that are absolutely proficient with their rifle, but only shoot before season due to cost or work requirements. Whoever wrote this needs to get off their high horse.
That kind of attitude at a shooting school, or at a dojo for that matter, is a great way for you to be shown the door.
 
That kind of attitude at a shooting school, or at a dojo for that matter, is a great way for you to be shown the door.
I have been a shooting instructor for almost 30 years and a MA instructor for a little longer and have never been shown the door at either training center. People are trying to make money and will write things like this to get it out of the populace.
 
I did.

Just to show how quote people will backflip on that notion. When they think they are best.
No one backflipped on anything. I pointed out propaganda, thats all. The only one professing something as best was you in the other thread.
 
I have been a shooting instructor for almost 30 years and a MA instructor for a little longer and have never been shown the door at either training center. People are trying to make money and will write things like this to get it out of the populace.
Well let's say somebody shows up at your dojo, signs up for lessons, and then says that what you teach is nonsense. Would you let them stay?
 
Well let's say somebody shows up at your dojo, signs up for lessons, and then says that what you teach is nonsense. Would you let them stay?
The scenario doesnt fit. I researched every shooting school and did an in-person interview before we attended. So therefore, I knew what we were walking into and if the course was nonsense, we would contract with someone else.
 
The scenario doesnt fit. I researched every shooting school and did an in-person interview before we attended. So therefore, I knew what we were walking into and if the course was nonsense, we would contract with someone else.
Well the guidelines I posted in post #116 about defining the level of competency people have with guns are guidelines used my many shooting schools.
 
Doesnt matter. Charlotte is not one of the most dangerous cities in the world. Maybe dangerous in the US.
Well it's certainly one of the most dangerous cities in the developed world. Mogadishu is located in Somalia and from what I know about Somalia it is a developing country not a developed country like the USA or many of the countries in Europe. I will say that Charlotte is perhaps far more dangerous than any of the major cities in the developed countries in Europe, far more dangerous than cities such as London or Paris.
 
Well it's certainly one of the most dangerous cities in the developed world. Mogadishu is located in Somalia and from what I know about Somalia it is a developing country not a developed country like the USA or many of the countries in Europe. I will say that Charlotte is perhaps far more dangerous than any of the major cities in the developed countries in Europe, far more dangerous than cities such as London or Paris.

Nope. Not even close.
 
Well the guidelines I posted in post #116 about defining the level of competency people have with guns are guidelines used my many shooting schools.
Again, they set those guidelines to make money.
 

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