Mrs. Groundhog goes to the range

You might know who Mr. & Mrs. Groundhog are from Mr. Groundhog’s blog.

I had the pleasure of meeting them last month when they came out to KR Training.

Numerous things in life delayed the write-up about the visit, but Mr. Groundhog just posted his write-up of the day.

And according to this picture…

… there apparently was a moment in class when I was teaching Mrs. G. the “Von Erich Claw”. 🙂

2 thoughts on “Mrs. Groundhog goes to the range

  1. Read Groundhog’s post and then decided to check in here. Nice to see it confirmed that the training is first rate. I will have to see what I can do to talk She Who Lets Me Make Her Coffee Every Morning (my wife) into taking a weekend trip.

    It would be a nice get away to come down on a Friday and take classes on Saturday.

    I would also like to express my appreciation of a trait I see in many gunnies — trust and openness. You really didn’t know Mrs. Groundhog but had no problems loaning her a pistol to use in the class. Not many people would put hundreds of dollars worth of equipment into another person’s hands so easily. Thanks for being a great ambassador for the shooting sports.

    • Well, it’s Karl’s gun not mine. But I’m still happy to loan my guns out too… have done that in many classes, just hand the gun on my hip to the student and let them shoot it during class. Why? Because we know equipment matters. It only matters so much ,but it still can matter. If a student is fighting their equipment, they are not going to learn, and we want them to learn. For example, in a recent class a petite woman came in with a big Sig .40, and there was no way that was going to work for her. Lent her my M&P from off my hip the whole class (hrm…. now that I think about it, I should keep the small backstrap in my range bag for just such occasions), she got to learn and not struggle against her equipment.

      Thank you for the kind words. If you do wind up down this way, would love to see you!

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