By Lars Dalseide | August 20 2012 07:46

Learn safety and prevention at NRA Refuse to be a Victim class

New Jersey group from an NRA Refuse to be a Victim class taken in Virginia

Fairfax, Virginia - NRA’s Refuse To Be A Victim® Program teaches the basics in personal protection. Not with firearms, but with preventative measures anyone can put in place. Lessons on where to park, where to walk, what to do before heading on vacation and more are taught in this program. Valuable lessons all.

Before anyone is allowed to teach these lessons, they must first complete the Online Instructor Training course or attend a one- to two-day Instructor Development Workshop (IDW) — much like the one recently taught by an instructor from New Jersey.

"I spent the entire Saturday with Tony Moller of Virginia Gun Safety," said Gun For Hire CEO Anthony Colandro. "Tony contacted me a few weeks ago and we set the who thing up. What a great day. I now have eleven new friends and you have twelve new certified Refuse to be a Victim Instructors."

Now Anthony's eleven new friends are ready to share the lessons they learned.

If you're interested in attending a class, check out to find a Refuse to be a Victim seminar near you.


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