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gyrfalcon, other than feeling uncomfortable how was shady lanes as a place to shoot? BPR and Bill's aren't the closest places and a nice outdoor range closer would be nice.

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When I attended his class he had a mandatory waiver he wanted filled out. From the way I read it, he or any of the class could shot me they would not be held liable.

FWIW, all my students sign a similar waiver to that.

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gyrfalcon wrote:
When I attended his class he had a mandatory waiver he wanted filled out. From the way I read it, he or any of the class could shot me they would not be held liable.

FWIW, all my students sign a similar waiver to that.


As with most parking punch tickets, valet tickets, etc, they're 'supposedly' mostly unenforceable. The waiver is mostly for the benefit of 'feeling good' to the proprietor of said establishment. If a valet damages my truck, you better believe they'll be paying for it...


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gyrfalcon, other than feeling uncomfortable how was shady lanes as a place to shoot? BPR and Bill's aren't the closest places and a nice outdoor range closer would be nice.



I never went into the club house, but other than that it's just a large lane with a dirt birm surrounded by trees.

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FWIW, all my students sign a similar waiver to that.


Is it really needed? I've joined a number of gun ranges that don't have you sign a waiver like that.

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FWIW, all my students sign a similar waiver to that.


Is it really needed? I've joined a number of gun ranges that don't have you sign a waiver like that.


I really don't need to carry a gun most days, but I do. :wink: That being said the gun may or may not help in any given circumstance. Hopefully the gun or the waiver will work as a deterrent more than anything. Hopefully. 8)

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Gee, I don't know...kind of looking forward to visiting twincityscarry.net (read twincity-scarry)

They say you need to read something til the end to get to the good stuff...in this case it was worth it!

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These are sites designed to trick you away from me why? Because they can't compete any other way! Why does he need to resort to this? Is this the kind of guy you want to train you?

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I'm distressed -- saddened, I say, saddened -- to tell you that Penaz has taken down his, err, differently clued links to his deceptive sites.

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I'm distressed -- saddened, I say, saddened -- to tell you that Penaz has taken down his, err, differently clued links to his deceptive sites.


There are times when reaching your intended result can be depressing … primarily because it negates maintaining the rage. :lol: :lol: :lol:


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I'm distressed -- saddened, I say, saddened -- to tell you that Penaz has taken down his, err, differently clued links to his deceptive sites.


Is that sarcasm? :) They all still seem to be working for me...

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I'm distressed -- saddened, I say, saddened -- to tell you that Penaz has taken down his, err, differently clued links to his deceptive sites.


Is that sarcasm? :) They all still seem to be working for me...
Nah. He's maintained the hissy fit websites at <a href=http://twincitiescarry.net rel=nofollow>twincitiescarry.net/info/us/biz/gurgle</a>, et al., but, for some reason or other, he's taken down the links to them from <a href=http://planecents.net rel=nofollow>planecents.net</a> .

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From one of Penaz's eye-bleeding websites:

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The Glencoe Lodge is a great setting for a class! Surrounded by Moose and deer mounts as well as an Eagle mount.
The dead animals impart their wisdom on students, so the students can become, um, Native American gurus like Chuck Norris -

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The unsuspecting stranger,
Had better know the truth of wrong from right,

'Cause the eyes of a ranger are upon you,
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When you're in Texas, look behind you,

'Cause that's where the rangers gonna be.







:shock: Ahhh, my eyes!! Oh noes So should I offer to fix his websites for cash or is he chasing off customers into my friend's classes?

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It's free, yet costs $15 to $20...

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As always the ladies are free when they come with their spouse, boyfriend, or both.

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