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    Howdy all.

    Background...

    27 years of Law Enforcement, 25 years of LE Firearms Instruction for various agencies. Taught firearms at the Washington State LE Academy, instructing and certifying LE and civilian instructors. Helped rewrite the academy and post academy training curriculum.

    Memeber of the WSLEFIA (Washington State Law Enforcement Firearms Instructors Assoc.) group since 1993. WSLEFIA has hosted instruction from Clint Smith, Chuck Taylor, John Farnam, Todd Jarrett, Ray Chapman, Louis Awerbuck, Dennis Tueller, Kyle Lamb, Brian Hoffner, Massad Ayoob, even Col Jeff Cooper, along with ballistic expert Dr. Gary Roberts and many more, also Safariland, S&W and Sigarms Academy Shooting Schools along with LMS Defense, Redback One and Magpul training groups.

    Have been the dept. armorer certified with many manufacturers; S&W, Glock, Remington, Sig, Colt, Springfield, and H&K.

    Been trained in 1911 work by Richard Neimer. Richard was with Detonics back in the 80's and 90's, developed the Janus Scoremaster and was the Chief pistolsmith with Olympic Arms / Safari Arms before his untimely passing a few years ago.

    Also started a shooting school last year, which is doing way better than expected.
    Don't give me excuses why you can't, give me reasons why you can.
    cerberus-training.com
    NRA Life Member

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    Welcome to the forum, glad to see another brother in blue here

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      Started in green with the Forest Service and Park Service in 1986. Then in blue in 1987, back to green with a county in 1989, then finished in blue from 2008 to 2015.

      Was a good ride, now time to give back.
      Don't give me excuses why you can't, give me reasons why you can.
      cerberus-training.com
      NRA Life Member

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        Welcome to the forum and thank you for your service.
        Life Is Better At The Lake.

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          Welcome to the forum Steve.

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