To me, it sounds like Greg's class was money well spent. Commenting humbly as an aged "student of the snub" with no creds to speak of, a 250-round session would be mighty abusive to my old bones but something that I could weather provided that some of the training included use of my non-dominant hand. Further, Greg mentioned that the revolvers started getting sluggish as the round count progressed; had I been one of the students I would have appreciated a short break before or after lunch so I could clean and lube my revolver before the start of the afternoon session.
Quality snub training isn't readily available in many areas; Greg mentioned that some of his students road-tripped across state lines. Bravo! Good on them! IMHO, any local NRA qualified instructor could get a person started on safe handling and the fundamentals of snubbing but finding tutorage to help develop skills beyond the basics is caveat emptor.
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