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I can’t believe you did that!

Steve, Just wanted to drop you a line while it’s still fresh in my mind. I was nervous coming into your class this weekend, partly because of my own recent struggles and partly because I just didn’t know what to expect. What I found was an instructor who dealt with a wide range of skill levels — from a soon-to-be USPSA GM to entry-level newbies — while making every shooter feel like you were there just for their individual benefit. It would have been easy to spend extra time with the best shooter to help push him further, or to concentrate on the newer shooters too much. But you got the balance just right. Now I’ve got a clearer picture of the specific areas and drills I need to concentrate on for immediate improvement, as well as the next steps to raise my level over the next few months. I’d ramble on more, but I’m sure you’ve got better things to do. Again, thank you for the time and patience spent with us this weekend. Now it’s time for me to get to work.

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