Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
How do we arm the other 11?
It does bubble to the top of the wanted training list :-)
Yeah, I need to go, and Culpepper VA is about the same travel time as Moyock, NC for me. Off to check the schedule!
Keads, if you do Culpepper, I may have to shoot the class again and join you.Tam did not lie--the class is THAT good.
Aim Fast , Hit Fast has been, far and away, the best pistol instruction I have ever received. Todd's teaching style and personal attention made the class. You will be challenged.Now we will never speak of the Triple Nickel again.
Murphy's Law- The next class is Sept. 10-11 in Culpepper. Interested? Shoot me an email, the address is on my blogger profile. This much praise for the class, I have to go! Cheaper than Tac Pistol at USTC too. I will also have a (sigh.....) S&W M&P Pro series 9 to get up close and personal with.
Tam, thanks for the link. I agree that the class and Todd are that good. Keads, you won't regret taking it one bit and will likely end up raving about it like everyone else I know that has taken the class.Nothing wrong with using an M&P, I used mine (not a Pro but a M&P9 all the same) and I couldn't blame the gun for any of my failings - it exceeded expectations, I just have to keep working on rising to 'em.
I will never shoot at that level, nor do I have any desire to, my skills lie elsewhere. The work they do, however, is awesome plus cake, and i may send the daughter there when the time comes for her to do that sort of thing, just as I'll be sending her to the same Skip Barber class I took all those years ago. I do wish PT would drop that godawful logo, though, and replace it with something that didn't look like it was designed by a 6th grader.
Aaron- I'm in for the Sep. class. I am not so much worried about the M&P per se, just the fact that I have come to the realization that I REALLY need to retire the Colt from service such as this. So it becomes a safe/range queen. Sigh.....
On my short list. :) Hate that I missed Atlanta. :(Al T.
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