AGI American Gunsmithing Institute Has 58 Armorer Courses In Delaware And More
AGI built its courses on the belief that one can’t truly fix something until one truly understands how it fully works. Now two decades after its founding, AGI offers 58 Armorer’s courses (and counting), as well as a robust catalog of disassembly / reassembly, building and customizing DVD courses on various weapons from handguns to rifles to shotguns over many models and brands. Whether aiming to become a Professional Gunsmith or just a hobby firearm tinkerer in Delaware, AGI offers a course for every need.
Gunsmithing Courses In Delaware Are Designed For Both The Professional And The Hobbyist
Unlike traditional schooling in Delaware, AGI’s DVD’s are 100% instruction and can be played over and over again for reinforcement. AGI employs the latest video technology and cutaway firearms to give each student a look inside and a clear understanding of exactly how each gun functions. After taking AGI courses, students will possess the most authoritative information available on the design, function, maintenance and repair of a particular model of firearm. Owning an AGI course in Delaware is like having the country’s best gunsmithing instructors available when one needs them.
All Training Is Done By Certified Gunsmiths
AGI instructors are all working Master Gunsmiths who share with AGI students in Delaware the highest quality instruction available. These gunsmiths include Master Gunsmith and Certified Gunsmithing Instructor Robert “Bob” Dunlap, Master Gunsmith Gene Shuey, Darrell Holland, NRA Certified Pistol Instructor T.R. Graham, Master Gunsmith Ken Brooks, President and Founder of AGI Gene Kelly and last, but not least, Chief Armorer and Training Officer of a California Sheriff’s Dept., Sgt. Mark Foster.
AGI believes so strongly in its coursework that it offers a 100% “Bulletproof” Guarantee on all of its courses in Delaware. If for any reason a student is not satisfied with any AGI video or product, he or she may return it up to 90 days from purchase date for a full refund (less shipping). The only question AGI will ask is “How did we fail you?”
New gun control legislation, passed by the Delaware House of Representatives, will require universal background checks for the sale of firearms. The bill, introduced by Governor Jack Markell following the recent mass shooting in Newtown, Conn., will make it a criminal offense to privately transfer or sell arms, as transfers will require a criminal history background check. The bill titled House Bill 35, passed on March 28, 2013 and passed with a 24-17 vote is part of a package of new gun measures that will include new rules on guns in school areas, faster reports of stolen or missing guns, and bans on high-capacity magazines and assault weapons.
Delaware has no law against open carry of a firearm; Americans have been shocked recently to see images of gun-toting individuals openly carrying firearms in public places like coffee shops, restaurants, and public parks, and at political rallies. Many of these individuals identify themselves as part of a growing “open carry movement,” a collection of grassroots groups nationwide just as in Delaware, some groups in the state are advocating “Open Carry” as a way to show that there are law abiding citizens with guns, and to bring to public debate the importance of the 2nd amendment, and individual safety from criminals.
Delaware is an open carry state. Those doing so should be aware that any local ordinances that were in effect at the time that preemption was passed (July 4, 1985) are still in effect and are NOT preempted. Open carry does not yet appear to be a common occurrence in Delaware, but the number is increasing.
Although Delaware is one of the smallest states in the country the political climate is watched closely by other states as Delaware has a reputation of being a progressive state which stems in part due to its work with an inviting climate for Corporation registrations in the country, as such anything Delaware does concerning Gun-rights can have far reaching implications. Keep up with the ever changing Gun Laws in Delaware and other states by becoming a member of US Precision Defense.
Under new legislation proposed in Delaware, individuals who fail to notify police of a stolen or missing gun would face a fine of up to $500 for a first offense and could lose their right to own a gun for a second offense.
Delaware Concealed Carry classification; The “May Issue to Residents Only” classification means that the issuing official may or may not issue a permit to a resident if they meet all of the legal requirements. Non-Delaware residents are not eligible for Delaware Concealed Carry Permits.
Delaware does have concealed carry reciprocity agreements with Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Kentucky, Maine, Michigan, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.
The hypocrisy of the gun-grabbers knows no bounds. Dianne Feinstein has no problem ordering Mr. and Mrs. America to turn in their guns while brazenly admitting she had firearms permit. The same goes for Wilmington, Delaware mayor Dennis P. Williams, who is a member of New York mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Mayors Against Illegal Guns, a national campaign to restrict the Second Amendment under the cover of preventing the spread of guns the government insists are illegal and, of course, protecting the children. Williams is a former cop with a Delaware concealed carry permit. He doesn’t carry when he is accompanied by his security detail, but packs when visiting tough Wilmington neighborhoods. He also carried a firearm on the House floor back when he was a state representative.
From a quote found on a Delaware 2nd amendment advocates press release: Yes, the “Good ol Boy System,” is alive and well in Delaware’s General Assembly. What has happened to the days when a person only served in a state’s general assembly as a citizen legislator instead of a career politician. The good ol days when a persons’ word was his bond and a person could expect honesty from their “citizen legislators.” Well my friends, those days are gone and won’t return unless “we the people,” make it happen.
Delaware Governor Jack Markell revealed a package of five measures designed to prevent gun violence in the state; "I respect the 2nd Amendment, but the measures that we propose today are entirely constitutional," Markell pledged that no member of his administration would question the intentions of any lawmaker who disagrees with his agenda. "I expect a robust debate, but I believe this is not a debate about the 2nd Amendment." What do you a citizen of Delaware think? Be proactive and contact your elected official and voice your concerns. US Precision Defense encourages a healthy and open debate.