posted on Nov, 5 2019 @ 08:20 PM
a reply to: AutomateThis1
Schooling would probably be good.
I'm guessing the potential varies widely by area. Around here, especially during the good times, it seemed you could find a gun store with a quality
gunsmith easier than a liquor store. But the boom and bust cycle took out a lot of good shops, regardless of the level they offered.
I think that trying to find something with a manufacturer, even part time or "low skilled" (basic assembly, diagnosis or testing) would help bolster
credentials and in the long run get some exposure to more tenured and rewarding positions either with small manufacturers, parts manufactures or with
It's a great industry and if it's a passion it would be a dream job for many. I think taking in all you can, no matter what it is, would always
You have a GI bill, so I'm assuming(obviously) you have prior military experience, even getting involved in NRA instructing(or other firearm
instructing) along with schooling and maybe doing a few rounds at some manufacturers would all net you a solid career, one way or the
edit on 5-11-2019 by MisterSpock because: (no reason given)