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Old 06-19-2013, 4:28 PM
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Originally Posted by lethalb18c1 View Post
I'm in California, so distance doesn't make that much of a difference to me.
Yes. It does make a difference. As Quiet noted, each sheriff runs their own program.

If you can spend four days in Nevada, then Frontsight is an option.
If, however, you are visiting Las Vegas, Clark County would work better, but you have to stay over to submit paperwork.
Reno has Armed and Safe with an early morning class which allows you to get to the Sheriff before they close. Here's what people say about Armed and Safe: http://www.armedandsafe.com/

Armed and Safe may be a good option if you are in Northern California, but it's a full day+ drive from San Diego.

If you're in Palm Springs, Vegas options seem easier.

So. Where are you?

JR
So, you see, where you are in California actually does matter.
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