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I have been considering learning the gunsmith trade.I'm currently a stay at home dad, but I will eventually go back to work.My wife and I are looking to move from NC back to VA to be closer to family.When that happens I will have babysitting so I could take classes.I found a community college that offers a class not too from where we will be moving.Its a 60 credit hour program.I think I would enjoy it.I have a technical mind and the hours would probably somewhat flexible.I'm sure I would never get rich doing it, so that's not what I'm worried about.Just wanted to see if anyone had anything to share.we
 

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where you at in NC?
 

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cool im in henderson
 
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yes.go get the credits (try to get some of that new stimuli} it will help you get your ffl 1,, but you wont learn till you work as an apprentice for some old guy who needs your help. and you might be lucky and buy his stuff, tools and phone #.
 
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