Todd Jarrett webpage
I didn't know Todd Jarrett, our instructor at Blackwater, had his own webpage, but here it is. He was a superb instructor. Tho from my standpoint, I was like a high school student taking serious college courses; I really needed more experience and training to (1) be able to benefit more and (2) to save him the trouble of remedial ed. I'm a decent bullseye shot and plinker, but had little experience in drawing or shooting on the move. If you had decent skills in that, I'm sure he'd do a lot to move you from decent toward expert. As it was, I learned what I have to improve, and can now work on that, and maybe someday return.
[Update: I only topped him on one trip thru the shoothouse, and he way beat me on time but he shot a good guy. The good guy was a jackass anyway, no big deal.]
Well, you smoked me, so I won't make fun of your shooting. :)
I sent Todd a little email note while he was away at Nationals letting him know I'd done well at a local shoot and how much I appreciated the trouble he took with us, and got a cordial reply back when he returned from Nats. Try that with Joe Montana or Michael Jordan and see how far you get!
Posted by: Don Gwinn at October 12, 2008 06:12 PM
Todd is great shooter and a nice guy to boot. The best thing you can do for your shooting skills is start shooting IDPA or USPSA. Even a bad day of doing that can do wonders for your abilities. I know you guys got a taste of that in the shoothouse, but doing it competitively and under the clock really brings out your rough edges.
Posted by: ATL at October 12, 2008 06:44 PM