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 Does Joel allow someone to sit in on his classes? 
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 12, 2009 7:51 pm 
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Hi, I have already taken the Minnesota and Utah permit classes a few weeks ago with MN Pistol Class. I really enjoyed the class that I took and it was very informative but from what I have read is that JoelR is the man when it comes to this stuff. What I am wondering is does he allow people to sit in on his classes for free or a nominal fee or something so that I can check it out? I don't need the certificate or anything. Just looking to learn more.

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As I assume that Joel is doing something more productive than I am -- sleeping, maybe, or having a nice glass of scotch, I'll answer:

If you already have a permit, Joel charges $135 to sit in on his class.

http://www.twincitiescarry.com/forum/vi ... p?p=116558

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PostPosted: Wed Jan 21, 2009 11:44 am 
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ssax wrote:
Hi, I have already taken the Minnesota and Utah permit classes a few weeks ago with MN Pistol Class. I really enjoyed the class that I took and it was very informative but from what I have read is that JoelR is the man when it comes to this stuff. What I am wondering is does he allow people to sit in on his classes for free or a nominal fee or something so that I can check it out? I don't need the certificate or anything. Just looking to learn more.

Thanks.
Sorry I didn't get to your post until now.

For those folks who already have a carry permit, I charge $135; I think TCCarry is a good value, even without the discount. Then again, I would, of course.

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Thanks for replying. I will see you in 5 years, I'm too broke to do it right now. :)


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