When a person chooses the right vocation, then going to work each day is a joy and not something to do to just pay the bills each month. The greatest reward a Gunsmith can have is when the customer or client is ecstatic over the the quality of workmanship that they have received on their prized firearm.
Successful PGS students:
- love working with their hands
- are hard working
- learn best when shown by an expert instructor
- are motivated to achieve high standards
- pay attention to detail
- strive for precision
- have an appreciation for firearms
- love showing their work to others
- like to shoot or have a desire to learn how
- range in age from 17 to those retiring from 40 plus year careers
Gunsmithing is a good choice for those that have physical disabilities because the work allows for a combination of sitting and standing. PGS has successful graduates who are in wheelchairs.
There are literally hundreds of different models, makes and designs of modern firearms that have been made since 1898. The successful PGS graduate, while not knowing every single firearm problem, will have the logical competence to accurately diagnose and troubleshoot those situations. Skills learned at school will lead them to tackle those usual cases and solve those troublesome problems.
Successful PGS graduates are continual learners and learn something new from each job to make the next firearm even better.
Do you have Questions about our Gunsmith Training Program? Here are some of the answers that will help you choose PGS as the school for your future career in Gunsmithing.
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