I have done it a couple of times. It's a blast, and if you are a Glock shooter, it'll give you a ton of great information and skills. IT does depend greatly on which instructor you get. Some are OK, some are stellar. My first go around I got the guy that teaches all the other teachers.
Are they still only applying the bylaws selectively or to the whole membership?
Just wondering if the status quo has changed.
Are they still kicking members out who joined, and were in good standing but never set foot on the premises?
They have such a great way of doing things there!
I started out by looking online for lists of local repeaters, and learned how to program them all in to the radio. Then I started discovering nets, locals talking, and other goodies.
Have fun! And start studying for your General.
I have one of those radios! I love it. Programming is easy but make use of the available software and SD card. You'll thank me. I was using it as a moile unit. It's sitting now though after a vehicle change. Can't bring myself to cut up a 2018 vehicle
Glock. Because they have proven themselves to me over probably hundreds of thousands of rounds. And i own rugers, HK, sig, s&w
i love the new 2.0 series form s&w and the hk vp9 but for my hands, a gock is just magic and i can do more with it with less effort.