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Not sure if this has been discussed yet, but I figure since this was close to home, Ship may be there:

P90 Armorers Course
December 11, 2007
Tuesday, December 11, 8:00amLocation: 715 University Dr E, College Station, TX 77840


Contact info:

Lee Santo,
979.458.0457
[email protected]

Course Instructor
Ronnie Parker, Manager, LE Field Activities, FNH USA,
email: [email protected]

Course Description:

P90 Submachine Gun and PS90 Semi-automatic Carbine Armorer Course:
TCR0611

Tuition: $195.00

Duration: 1 day

The purpose of this course is to familiarize the student with the operation and the maintenance of the P90 Submachine Gun and PS90 Semi-automatic Carbine. Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to explain and demonstrate the removal, disassembly, repair and/or replacement of component parts and to conduct the appropriate inspection, gauging and adjustment of the P90 and PS90 systems. Training aids and armorer tools will be provided to the student for classroom use only. The student may retain instructional course work and reference materials.

Topics covered include:

• Nomenclature
• Cycle of functioning
• Care, cleaning, and lubrication
• Preventive and corrective maintenance
• Operator use
• Field and detail stripping
• Troubleshooting
• Special tools and gauges

This FNH USA Armorer certification is valid for a three-year period. To re certify, students must attend again.

Contact the FNH USA Training Team for more information on specific locations

See below website for Payment and Registration formsClick on:: www.fnhusa.com

Dates Tuesday, December 11, 8:00am
 

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This class may or may not happen. These classes are based on a minimum number of students needed, enough to cover the costs. Right now there aren't enough poeple registered. Myself and another local officer are supposed to go. The instructor is trying to get an answer as to whether they can allow civilian contractors in the class. If there are any civilian contractors in the area wishing to attend you need to speak up. Any current military personel who want to attend on there own just for personal learning need to speak up too.
 
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