Sig Arms Training


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m13s
December 28, 2008, 09:11 AM
Hi,

Looking for any information on training at Sigarms in Exeter, NH. Thinking of taking the 2 day advanced Handgun course. It is local to me (I'm in Boston)
does anyone have any input or past experience with theis course or academy?

Thanks,

Michael

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possum
December 28, 2008, 01:47 PM
welcome to thr.

question, do you have any past training experience? I see that you want to take the advanced class, if you have not trained before at a class i suggest that you take their entry level class. it will benefit you, as well they may require that you take a entry level class prior to an advanced class as a prerequisite. many schools do this.

anyway if you do take a class, any class i know i would and many others on here would love to hear a review/aar. I like to write aar's after classes that i take, it helps me as well as other people. either they read it and sign up for a class, or they save there money and go some where else.

varoadking
December 28, 2008, 01:50 PM
I took a basic handgun class there a number of years ago. Though I'd been both a city cop and commissioned officer in the U.S. Army, I'd never received what I woud rate as enough quality training with a handgun. I signed up for the SiG class and found it a worthwhile experience...

orchidhunter
December 28, 2008, 02:02 PM
A lot depends on who is teaching it. The Sig name don't mean that the instructor will be of the same quality as a Sig pistol. orchidhunter

possum
December 28, 2008, 05:29 PM
no matter what course i have gine too, there has always been at least a few things that i can take away from it. something that i didn't know before, or even think about no matter how basic the class was in nature.

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