I am looking for a basic course in firearms (a kind of introductory/fundamental course) and I have come across a few options. Euro-Tactical seems a serious company and ESA in Poland seems very popular.
I know that EuroTactical don't use real ammo. Anyone knows what sort of bullets they use?
What do you think of the above options? Have you got any other suggestions or experiences? I prefer something in Europe.
Is it really important to use real ammo? I feel that it must make a difference not not sure whether I should have a strong opinion on this as my goal is to develop some personal skills around firearms and not really looking for training in order to do a career change.
Thanks in advance for taking the time to share your views.
Definately and I can understand this. But there don't seem to be many options at least in Europe.
And there never will be because in the glorious USSEU only the "authorities" can be trusted with guns just in case the people wake up one day and realise they are slaves.
Come to the U.S., there are plenty options. If you really must stay in Europe, then Eurotactical is your only real option.
BTW, where did you hear that Eurotactical don't use real ammo?
I got in touch with a provider for firearms training. I was interested in getting some training in pistols but they told me that it is not correct to start with pistols and they suggested I start with rifle and then move to pistols.
What do you think of this?