Massad AyoobGroup MAG20, late Sept.

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Massad AyoobGroup MAG20, late Sept.

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There is the classroom portion of the Massad Ayoob Group MAG20 course, ARMED CITIZEN’S RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, coming to the Dallas area in late Sept. I don't beleieve that the MAG comes through the Dallas area very often. The class is going to be held in the Coppell area from what I can tell.

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MAG-20 Classroom
Massad Ayoob
Oct 2-3, 2021
A-Zone Range
$500

MAG 20 (Classroom), KR Training, 10/2-3/2021, $500. https://www.krtraining.com/schedule.html
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Thanks for the heads up. I've been wanting to go to one of these for years!

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Well, I went to the MAG20 classroom portion this past weekend and all I can say is WOW!!

I learned more about the legal side of self defense than I ever thought possible. I'm still processing the material that came at us drinking from a fire hose!

Ayoob is every bit the professional trainer and coach he appears to be in his videos and writings (ok, so I'll confess a little hero worship here), and yet patent and willing to spend as much time on a topic as necessary.

This turned out to be a very small class which meant it was a very interactive class as well -- my favorite kind.

If you're considering training in the legal aspects (or even there full MAG-40 with the range training) and you're on the fence about doing it -- do it. It'll be worth every penny and hour you spend.

I hope to do the range portion in the future when I am physically up to that kinda of range work again, but even if I can't do the range, it was worth the time and effort to do the class, and I highly recommend it for anyone preparing themselves for self defense.
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