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Old August 19th, 2005, 10:37   #1
Brian McIlmoyle
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Join Date: Apr 2005
Location: Toronto
TTAC3 ATQ1-003 004 Space availible

Space is avalible in the next running of the ATQ1 courses, Aug 28, Sept 11, these courses are free.

The Toronto Tactical Airsoft Close Combat College as part of our ramp up to public opening is running some focus groups for the introductory course.The first running of the course was well recieved by the participants, and based on their feedback the course has been adjusted to improve it.

below is an outline of the topics covered

ATQ1 (airsoft technical qualification 1) Introduction to Airsoft

1. Airsoft and the Law, responsible ownership
2. Weapon safety
3. Protective equipment
4. TTAC3 rules and conventions
5. Marksmanship foundations
6. ATQ 1 Range exercise

This course is for people new to Airsoft, the course is intended as an indoctrination for the responsible participation in the activity. Successful candidates will be presented with a Certificate of Completion. This course would be a prerequisite for any other TTAC3 course and for participation in Tactical Scenarios (TS) at the TTAC3 facility.

I am looking for 2 people who would like to participate in this focus group. It would be best if they were new to airsoft.

You must be over 18 years old, you do not require any weapons or experience to participate. A GBB pistol, ammunition and required protective equipment will be supplied.

The course will run this Sunday August 21 from 2:00 to 5:00 at the TTAC3 training facility located at 927 Dupont.
There will be no cost for this course as this is designed as a focus group to provide feedback to improve the course prior to public offering.

Please PM me with your firm commitment to participate.

The first 2 people to reply will be included in the roster.
Brian McIlmoyle
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