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    Houston area pistol training?

    A friend in the SW Houston area just bought her first handgun. It will be primarily for CCW. Can anyone recommend an instructor that can give her a solid foundation in the fundamentals? Something like a VSM class would be ideal.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mkemmerl View Post
    A friend in the SW Houston area just bought her first handgun. It will be primarily for CCW. Can anyone recommend an instructor that can give her a solid foundation in the fundamentals? Something like a VSM class would be ideal.
    It's a little NW of Houston, but look at F.A.S.T. Inc.

    http://www.fast762.com/

    I haven't trained with him (yet) but he's former SF, and Kyle Defoor put in a good word for him here: https://www.m4carbine.net/showthread.php?t=103818

    He's doing a one day women's only beginner's course on the 16th if she can make it that soon...

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    Last I checked Aaron Roberts was doing a Thursday night class at Spring Guns and Ammo in addition to multiple day courses Also check out MAST Solutions. Also, I've trained with Justin Galindo at Shiloh Shooting a few years back but I've lost track of him but he is active LEO so that may have something to do with it.
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    And to the guys whining about spending more on training, and relying less on the hardware, you just sound like your [sic] trying to make yourself feel superior.

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    Thanks for the help. My friend thanks you as well.
    "We contend that for a nation to try to tax itself into prosperity is like a man standing in a bucket and trying to lift himself up by the handle." - Winston Churchill, 1903.

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