A great cert. I achieved.

Discussion in 'General Firearm Discussion' started by RAC123, Apr 16, 2014.

  1. RAC123

    RAC123
    Lacey
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    Forgot these were laying around stashed away :)
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  2. Skang

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    cool. :cool: need to be hang on the wall.
     
  3. RAC123

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    Thanks Skang. Having a military background helped me get into this course because it's not open to the general public.
     
  4. gryghin

    gryghin
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    Very nice. :)
     
  5. ch139

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    Sweet! Get the t-shrirt too ? ;)

    Ken has forgotten more than ten of us will ever know and understands the weapon like few others. The man can be difficult to get along with sometimes but he deals wilth a lot of idiots on a daily basis. He is meticulous and precise in every little thing, a true perfectionist. He built my SBRed FAL and a few others, all are perfect.
     
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  6. rdb241

    rdb241
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    looks like they are both the same certificate
     
  7. Doc In UPlace

    Doc In UPlace
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    One is armorer and the other, advanced armorer.

    Together the two say: "this would be a poor choice of a house to break into."
     

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