appreciate your thank you, however it is I who should be thanking you!!
shooting handguns regularly – and pretty well according to those I shoot with -
for over 35 years, so to be honest I wasn’t sure how much the training tools in
your book were going to help. I read your book almost immediately upon
receiving it and even though I’ve only had the opportunity to apply a few of
your techniques at the range, the improvement in my shot placement as
well as my lowered level of fatigue were both instantly noticeable. I’m
very anxious to put all of your techniques and tips ‘to the test’ and am
expecting to see positive results each step along the way.
for taking the time away from your shooting to write this excellent
manual. I can’t imagine anyone, with the possible exception of someone of
your ability, who’s shooting wouldn’t markedly improve by applying your
suggestions, training tips and practice techniques.
success in your own endeavors – shooting and in life – and I hope that any
writing you do in the future will be as helpful, easy-to-follow and down to
earth as this book.
Very Best Regards,
Smooth Revolvers, Inc.
you for coming to Jacksonville with Epic Warriors and giving us a class in
shooting. One of the things that I lost in Iraq was the pleasure and fun
of target shooting. Standard grip and posture are tough when your
shoulder is three inches out of place.
were a very patient instructor when it came to working around my physical
disabilities. Although I was a bit worn out by the end of the day, you
rekindled some of the joy that I always took in a well aimed shot. I have
some work ahead of me in figuring out exactly what position I will best be able
to shoot but I will be shooting much more often.
you at the range,
Joseph G. Scone
U.S. Army (retired)
Jacksonville, Florida - Dec. 2013
To start, I want to thank you for making the day with
Gabby possible. Her kindness, humble nature and willingness to provide
personal training made for a great experience and one that I hope to have
Specifically, I enjoyed and learned from the trigger
control exercise, (we aimed, she pulled), the draw techniques and stressing the
importance of proper grip, stance and front sight concentration.
Selfishly, I would have like the class to be longer, which would have allowed
for more one-on-one training.
Overall, I found her to be highly skilled and
inspirational as a shooter/trainer. She balanced professionalism and
personality in a way that me want to get to know her as person as much as I
wanted to learn from her shooting abilities. I have since ordered her
book and I look forward to shooting with her again.
Justice - Veteran
The training I attended on Wednesday at Nexus was beyond
excellent. You did something very few (if any at all) instructors do, which is
to get into the psychology of the shooting experience. I have a much greater
awareness of the connection between my thoughts and body. I thought I was very
aware of what I was doing - turns out I was not! :)
I think your ability to break down the experience and
incorporate the mental aspect, could easily be translated into other areas of
life. Maybe you have a few more books yet to come?