It very much depends on who is in charge of the class. When I went through it they brough in woman with a Master's degree in Psychology. It was about the stupidest class I have ever taken. There seems to be a great deal of latitude from the NRA on how these classes are conducted and what they concentrate on. But afterwards, the teaching part was the most satisfying "job" I have ever had in my life. At least 90% of our classes were all female first time shooters/owners. And they are SO MUCH easier to teach than men. They had no pre concieved notion of how to hold a gun or stand. They asked questions and they listened to the instructors. And they all learned very quickly how it all works. Any instructor who has taught both men and women will agree. I really miss that job.
Last edited by Evan Thomas; March 10, 2013 at 11:56 PM.
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