Glock Advanced Armorer's Course

Background - I have been to the standard 1 day Glock Armorer's course three times.

 

I am looking for more of a challenge / more info but wanted to speak with someone who has completed the course for their feedback.

 

Thanks in advance.

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An acquaintance recently went to one in Smyrna and I'm planning on it.  According to him, the bulk of the additional time relative to the 1 day class is spent on practical exercises diagnosing and fixing real problems that get sent back in.  There's also a tour of the facility if you're going to Smyrna.  I'll try to obtain further specific info from him if you like.

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Originally Posted by truckcop:

An acquaintance recently went to one in Smyrna and I'm planning on it.  According to him, the bulk of the additional time relative to the 1 day class is spent on practical exercises diagnosing and fixing denying responsibility for real problems that get sent back in.  There's also a tour of the facility if you're going to Smyrna.  I'll try to obtain further specific info from him if you like.

Fixed it for you.

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Originally Posted by truckcop:

An acquaintance recently went to one in Smyrna and I'm planning on it.  According to him, the bulk of the additional time relative to the 1 day class is spent on practical exercises diagnosing and fixing real problems that get sent back in.  There's also a tour of the facility if you're going to Smyrna.  I'll try to obtain further specific info from him if you like.

I took the AA class in Smyrna a few years ago. Yes, it's actually a pretty decent class. You will be exposed to all kinds of jacked up Glocks. The tour is pretty good but the place was smaller than I thought it would be. 

Joined: November 19, 2002          Location: Jacksonville, FL

I just went through the excellent off site AA GLOCK. First day is an overview of the basic GLOCK armorer content. The second is a more hands on diagnosis of about 30 various GLOCK's with miscellaneous broken or wrong parts that the students are instructed to field strip and diagnose. 

 

I enjoyed the class overall.

"Without training they lack knowlege, without knowlege they lack discipline , without discipline they lack victory"

 

“Go as hard as you can, for as long as you can, and then quit.”

 

Joined: October 2, 2007

One of our armorers went to the advanced course, and brought back the troubleshooting portion to teach the rest of us.  Pretty useful, but probably worth more if you're a Glock nerd, or armoring a lot of guns for less switched on people.  

"Absorb what is useful.  Discard what is useless.  Add what is specifically your own." -Bruce Lee

Originally Posted by Doug Mitchell:
Originally Posted by truckcop:

An acquaintance recently went to one in Smyrna and I'm planning on it.  According to him, the bulk of the additional time relative to the 1 day class is spent on practical exercises diagnosing and fixing denying responsibility for real problems that get sent back in.  There's also a tour of the facility if you're going to Smyrna.  I'll try to obtain further specific info from him if you like.

Fixed it for you.

Shush up!  That was part of the non-disclosure agreement.

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