It was (is) an excellent course, beats the one out here (NS) hands-down. Heavy emphasis on firearm safety in the field, survival and game identification. But if they allow hunters to take cheaper courses (even if they are better) how are they ever going to pay off that $1B disaster of a gun registry [sic]
[ This Message was edited by: saskie on 2003-07-11 22:01 ]
It is a great course and getting both at the same time is a major plus. I mean the license and being able to register your guns. I took it last spring and taking both at the same time was really handy.
Today's headlines read, "Hunter Dies of Heart Attack!"
I don't know how many times I have seen that headline in the past 16 years that I have lived in Colorado.
I moved here in 1994 via the U.S. Army to Ft. Carson, Colorado. The "Mountain Post" as it is sometimes called.
When I arrived here, in pretty good shape, the unit told me that I could not participate in P.T. (physical training) for at least 30 days. Now, I had just come from an overseas tour in Korea and was stationed in the...