Thanks for the kind words, Muddy. It was nice to meet you, as well as everyone. It was a great group. I am very glad Mrs. Muddy came to the class. She, and people like her, are one of the main reasons I came up with the class. While I think everyone said they enjoyed the curriculum, even the experienced guys said they got good stuff from it. But, getting the new shooters comfortable with their guns, and to learn how to safely use them was my main objective.
My New Years Resolution relating to firearms is to bring new shooters out of the woodwork, and get them some good training so they can enjoy the myriad of very fun shooting sports, as well as have the ability to protect themselves and their families in an extreem situation. There were a few of these types in the class, and I was very glad for that.
I am glad you guys signed up for Intro to Defensive Pistol. It will flow seamlessly from the dry-fire class, and your wife will do just fine. The ladies shoot is a great place as TriciaD mentioned. Take her shooting a few times with her new gun and get her a good holster.
The ladies only Next Step is a great place for her to learn in a comfortable environment, as RR mentioned. She needs the intro class first in my opinion, but would do well in Next Step after that.
For anyone interested in this type of Dry Fire Fundamentals workshop, there will be a follow up on February 25th: viewtopic.php?f=7&t=13600
If you or someone you know could benefit from this type of training, please send them over.
Thanks again, Muddy. Take care.