Weapons malfunctions were simulated, and we were taught how to solve them. Notice the bullet lodged in the ejection port.
Draw and fire practice, later in the course we were against a timer.
The ever present Instructors; always ready to answer a question or offer advice. We had at least four, sometimes more for our class.
Tiffany was arguably the best (student) shot in the class. It's entirely possible I was the worst. (The targets were shared by everyone in our group.)
Jacob, Tiffany and me.
Don't forget to calculate walking time...
Looking off our deck where we stayed.
Ryker and Jaysie.
I have to admit I was skeptical about the value of the course, and reticent about the kind of environment I would find there. I expected the instructors to be arrogant type A boot camp style drill instructors.
I was wrong on both counts, pleasantly surprised with the patience, professionalism, and skill set of each instructor.
Would I do it again? Yes, I plan to.
Would I recommend a Front Sight course to others? Absolutely! But...I would not recommend paying the prices advertised on their web site. Jacob got on their emailing list and waited for a good deal.
Last but most, I was able to spend a weekend with family, and that translates into Good times!