In general, the classes ran smooth. Due to the high heat and high humidity, the classes were modified slightly to do dry-fire in the classroom (read: air-conditioning) to help get some of the basic skills put in place. This has always been a beneficial thing to do and pays dividends when we actually get out on the range.
As I like to do, I point out demographics. BP2 had the typical mix of folks: ages, genders, ethnicities. DPS1 was all men, but otherwise still a fair gamut of folks. It ain’t all old white rednecks, folks.
One thing that did get me about these classes? A lot of things happened, a lot of questions asked, a lot of discussion and observation. It’s motivated me to make a bunch of postings, and I’ll roll those out over the next few days.