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January 31, 2008  | 

TREXPO West offers a full afternoon of FREE Extended Specialized Training Courses on Thursday, February 21. All attendees can take a free lesson directly from some of the country's top trainers, and from the manufacturers of some of the products you use every day.

The training sessions are offered by renowned companies such as Glock, Krav Maga, Z-Medica, Torfino Enterprises, Ordia Solutions, Recon Robotics, and Robotronics.

These sessions are free but attendees need to sign up because space is limited.

Visit the TREXPO West Website for more information and course material.


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