The trip was very much a blur – but there were a few highlights:
This man is quite possibly God’s gift to firearms training.
He is respected in the industry like no other, and meeting him in the flesh was a tongue-tying moment. He chatted with us about his latest promotional video and how the behind-the-scenes portions were the true reward of the production. He graciously gave us a few pointers on Vehicle CQB for Mike’s upcoming class on the subject. We were beyond honored that he would invest so much of his time with us.
I. LOVE. THIS.
It’s compact, it’s light, it has full-size fire-power, it’s ergonomic, it’s intuitive… and it’s gorgeous. About the only things I might change on it is the color, which is fine because it's going to be standard in black, and possibly the forward grip.
Someday, when they unleash the six8, I hope to make one of these little beauties my own.
I would also like to add that taking the winnings to the piano bar is too much fun. Especially after a few spicy Bloody Mary's.
A Vegas tradition for me is going through the Bellagio Atrium. This year, they have it decorated for Chinese New Year. What’s neat about the Atrium is that nearly everything is made in flowers. It’s like a parade float, and it’s amazing.
Making lots of great new contacts in the industry....