My daughter bled first (little scratch), then I bled (little scratch), and then my daughter bled again(noticeable cut). She was on the final exercise and had a slight injury that she took in stride and fought through it with amazing mindset and finished the fight even though she and all the rest of us saw the blood. She ROCKED and never missed a beat until the cease fire command was given.
It is cool to have the class taught by someone with a nursing degree. Anthony looked at it and pronounced her "going to live" and then fixed her up. She is almost 19 years old and will have great stories to tell her friends. I saw her about a half an hour ago and she can't stop bubbling about her "battle scar" and how cool she feels to have had the mindset to finish the fight.
A forum community dedicated to defensive firearm owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about everyday carry, optics, holsters, gunsmithing, styles, reviews, accessories, classifieds, and more!