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  1. #1
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    Default Force Training and Equipment

    I know you don't see too many dealers giving credit to other dealers, but i call them like I see them.

    I am not a class III dealer but I own a few toys. Well at the end of summer i decided I wanted a new .22 cal suppressor and i contacted Kirk at Force Training. He made me a good deal, executed the paper work quick, and was a pleasure to deal with.

    if you are in the market for C3 stuff and you are close to Lebanon or even like me, 2 hrs away, Kirk is a good guy to deal with and I recommend him highly.

    John Sylvester
    Seneca Arms Co inc

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    Default Re: Force Training and Equipment

    John, check your p/m's
    Don't sweat the petty stuff, and don't pet the sweaty stuff.

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    Default Re: Force Training and Equipment

    I'm near Hanover. Kirk is also a bit of a drive for me but, it was well worth it. I got a price on a P22 with Yankee Hill Mite that made up for the cost of driving there twice. That and Kirk is very good to deal with. I'll be seeing him soon for my next pistol purchase and when I can swing the cost, my next suppressor as well.
    One thing to add. As I was a newbie with NFA it was a somewhat confusing thing for me. Kirk was helpful, explained everything very well and didn't make me feel stupid. He showed great patience.

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    Default Re: Force Training and Equipment

    I can not agree with you more! I am from the Lancaster area and it is more than worth the drive to buy from Kirk. His prices are almost unmatchable when compared to those of the bigger Class 3 dealers in the area. He's great to work with and takes the time to make sure everything is right. He can get products from pretty much any of the big suppressor manufacturers and he is a MSAR dealer. Overall, very pleased with my experiences with him.

  5. #5
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    Default Re: Force Training and Equipment

    google search didn't turn up anything. where is Force Training located? hours? directions?

    thanks.

  6. #6
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    Default Re: Force Training and Equipment

    Quote Originally Posted by harrisburg25 View Post
    google search didn't turn up anything. where is Force Training located? hours? directions?

    thanks.
    Appointment only. Contact him via PM here on the board, user name forceinpa. You can also email him at kjulianiREMOVETHIS@yahoo.com


    BTW, I've transferred 3 cans from him, he's a great guy to deal with!
    Quote Originally Posted by GunLawyer001 View Post
    Buy a silencer.

    Tax: $200
    Cost of effective 5.56 suppressor: $500
    Letting the elderly neighbors sleep in until morning: Priceless.

    "132 and Bush I've got him at gun point, OK gun point, 132 and bush, cover is code 3"

    [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

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