Front Sight Mail Bag: No Time Wasted in This Gun Training
July 22nd, 2011
Wyatt and his staff were extremely professional in all their training presentations. Their willingness to help and advise each student was exeptional. We had one older gentleman who, Im sure must have tried the patience of the entire staff to the max, but they continued helping him along.
I was the only one there in the entire class who had a revolver. There was no ridicule, off color comments about my revolver. Even though the course is designed for the semi-auto, I did learn a tremendous amount and each of the staff had some constructive comments on how to improve my personal performance with the revolver. They included the revolver in the training as much as they possible could.
This was the first training course of any kind where there was no time wasted on BS. Wyatt kept maticulously to the schedule, though the presentations from each staff member were relaxed, informal and instructional. It was an intense two days of learning, especially for an old guy like me, but the contunuous repetition of procedures really cemmented in my brain.
The classroom lectures were professional, informative, and entertaining. The ranges were impressive in regards to safety, the compactness which aided in being able to hear the staff even in the tremendous wind. Also, the sounds from the other ranges were never a distraction. The number of ranges enabled the use of small groups and excellent personal attention for each student from the staff. If you could figure out a way to control the wind you would have it made. Ha, Ha.
Overall, the course was excellent. I give it a 10.
It is not a matter of if I would tell my family and friends, its when I tell them, and I would tell them pretty much what I have shared in this critique.
Thanks for the excellent firearms training!