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Safety First Lifestyle And Firearm Training Inc

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7528 Comanche Canyon Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89113

(702) 361-5455

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Gun Safety & Marksmanship Instruction, Guns & Gunsmiths, Sporting Goods, Sports Instruction

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citizen1234

10/04/2011

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Don't even think about using t...

Don't even think about using their "services". I watched their so called instructor Bill Schwarz allow a student to shoot a shotgun with the choke tube improperly installed. The student shot the choke tube out of the gun. This "instructor" allowed the student to continue shooting the gun without the choke tube installed because he didn't even realize it was missing. When he did figure it out the choke was on the ground he was bewildered as to how it happened.

The student inquired about the particular tube installed in the gun. The "instructor" told the student it was a skeet choke which is the most open you can get. Anyone who knows anything about shotguns knows this is false. I seriously wonder if he is actually NRA certified like he claims.

I gave them one star because I couldn't give zero.

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