Wow, what an educational four days in Reevesville, SC! Day 1--Range, 9am-7pm, cold, rainy, muddy. Day 2--Range, 8am-6pm, cold muddy Day 3--classroom--9am-8pm Day 4--classroom--9am-7pm, more rain First of all, I must thank our most gracious hosts, Tommy and Lisa Marie Judy. They treated us like family and went out of their way to accommodate all. B.E.L.T. is a fine training facility. I rate them a 10+ Range: At the range, we practiced Weaver, Chapman and Isosceles stances. We practiced one handed shooting, both straight and McMillan cant. We shot from a low crouch, high kneeling and low kneeling (in the mud). We shot with our eyes closed. We shot with our hands shaking as hard as we could make them shake. We shot looking over the sights. We practiced speed reloads, again in the mud. Most of our 26 shooters used Glocks. It was a thing of beauty to watch Mas and Gail, both shooting Glocks, each shoot a perfect 300 in the qualifier. Then we shot the 60 round qualifier. One shot a perfect 300, and a young lady shooting a Ruger SP101 shot a 299. I shot a 275. None complained about the weather, mud or temperature. Classroom: The classroom training was intense to say the least. I cannot discuss the contents of the 21 hours of classroom lecture, but can say it was stunning, eye opening, sometimes shocking and above all a fantastic learning experience. You must take notes, lots of notes if you want to pass the exam (and for other reasons). Is the class for you? YES! Everyone that owns a firearm for personal protection should take it without hesitation or mental reservation. What you learn in four days may very well save your life and freedom. Again, thank you Mas, Gail, Tommy, Judy and BELT Staff, and all my classmates, especially my good friend Bob Temple. Bob retrieved my magazines from the mud and pasted my targets when I was exhausted. Now get off your butts and sign up for the next class available to you. See http://massadayoobgroup.com/ Also check out the training schedule at http://www.belttraining.com/ Final note: Don't outsmart yourself as I did. Mas said three magazines. I loaded 26 magazines, 6 rounds each. After a day of speed reloading drills in the mud, I now have 26 mags to clean instead of 3.