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  1. I was a new starter but I believe there's a 2 week course for CNC specific learning, plus the 7 or 8 week firearms course. Sent from my GT-I9505 using Tapatalk
  2. Just a point, if you're going to end up wearing them on site and not just for graduation.. They need to be steel/composite toes for safety.
  3. Yorky, a 2nd pair is a good idea for CNC too as they can get trashed through firearms training. I only had one pair and mine were ok, a few little chunks came out of the toes though.
  4. You'd have to ask. People have gone from CNC to Australia and Canada in the past
  5. Is a youth a gender of its own now? That article is terribly written - I'm glad I dont read the mail