Written by: Greg Ellifritz
Several of my classes received rave reviews on various web forums and podcasts last week. If you are on the fence about taking one of my classes, check out the following short reviews:
My Extreme Close Quarters Shooting Class was reviewed on The Liberal Gun Club Forum.
“There was relatively little shooting and lots of fumbling for guns and supervised eye-gouging/pistol-whipping. Not as fun as some of the 500 round per day courses I’ve done but more practically useful. Anyone who hasn’t been in an all-out street brawl at 0-3 feet, while armed (a VERY common defensive gun use scenario), would benefit from this class. An especially good reality check for those who think that killing paper at the flat range is just like the real thing, as well as folks who firmly believe they’ll have plenty time to chamber a round, but I won’t go there.”
My Tactical First Aid and System Collapse Medicine was reviewed by a couple students on the NYSHENANIGUNS.com Forum:
“He was first rate and it was an honor to be a part of his class…..Overall I felt it was an amazing class and am glad I took the 3 hr drive to attend it. Highly recommended.”
“Great day of learning.”
“I thought it was an outstanding class and I learned a lot and was refreshed on a lot too. The one thing I really also liked about his class vs other ones is that he actually a lot of different gear for you to try out and decide which you like best….There was a lot more brought up as well and if any of you get the chance to take his course I would recommend it!”
Finally, my medical class got a recommendation from the legendary John Mosby of the Mountain Guerrilla blog in his recent Forward Observer Magazine Podcast. Check out the whole podcast. John dishes an incredible amount of knowledge about “community organizing” for the guerrilla fighter. It’s a topic that is often neglected, even by serious students and preppers.
You can listen to the podcast (or download and save) HERE.
Thanks to all my students for the great reviews!