That guy next to me is my host, head of Mad Duck Training, John Farquhar (be nice, he’s armed with a lovely Wilson CQB, and knows how to use it). 🙂
We had 21 attendees and a whole lot of fun.
The next day I rode direct from Springfield OH back to my home in suburban Boston–800 miles in 13 hours. (Tired? Who, me?)
Sunday’s Mad Duck seminar was my third LOSD Seminar of the weekend–Saturday morning I was in Toledo, hosted by Jon Modene, and Saturday afternoon I was in Columbus, hosted by Chris Bunner of GunEnvy (gunenvy.com) and Charlie-Bravo-Six training (charlie-bravo-six.com/).
Now I’m in the catch-up process of shipping everybody their complementary copies of “The Law of Self Defense” or the “LOSD Ohio Supplement” (their choice), as well as their embossed certificates of completion.
All of the hosts and attendees were awesome. I hope they had as good a time as they said, and learned a lot of information and insight to help keep them out of trouble.
Looking forward to getting back to OH to do follow up seminars sometime soon.
Meanwhile, this weekend I have my next LOSD seminar in Fairfax, VA–still a few seats left there: http://is.gd/SBOtF6
Then, on Saturday, October 5 I’m in Pensacola, FL–we sold out the morning seminar, but still have seats for the afternoon seminar: http://is.gd/AJteQr
On Saturday, October 19 I’m in Colubmia, SC for a seminar: http://is.gd/76hUdj
And starting Sunday, November 24 I’ll be giving regularly scheduled LOSD Seminars at the Sig Sauer Academy in Epping, NH for the New England region: http://is.gd/uinj76
Hope to see a bunch of you at all those dates!
And don’t forget–if you’d like to see a seminar hosted in your area, or even be the host yourself (pro tip: the host attends for free), you can let me know by using the form on the LOSD Seminars page, here: http://lawofselfdefense.com/seminars/