February 27th, 2008
I’ve been away canoe camping for a couple of weeks and just now began to read your 15 newsletters. This is in response to letter #2, as requested.
I am enjoying them very much, and the video interviews that accompany them are facinating. I just finished blacking out the soft gray front sight of my new Springfield Armory 1911-A1 GI and did some dry fire exercises in both bright light and low light that were very interesting. If the actual range results are what I suspect, I will be incorporating the “Blacked out” front sight on all my weapons.
Your Home page and the class descriptions, along with your other links make for good reading. For one thing, they point out just how much I DON’T know! I really am enjoying the exploration of your website and all the neat things hidden away in the “Nooks and Crannies”.
I want to complement you on two of your programs. The Youth Achievement program is something I see a great need for and I love the manner in which you approach a difficult topic. I was a Scoutmaster for 17 years and know firsthand that teaching such “urban Survival” subjects is a balancing act that first has to be sold to the parents, and then has to take into account the age and ability to comprehend of each child in the class. I’m also very impressed with your offer of free CWP classes for Utah University Classes.
Nobody can claim you are not supporting your patriotic ideals with the financial backing necessary to make it happen. Sir, I am truly awed by your generosity.
You can bet I’m preaching the glory of Front Sight to friends and relatives. I hope your success is continued far into the future, in fact, I’m counting on it. I have four grandchildren in grade school who I hope will benefit from your services someday.