... and for lighting the fire under my butt to get me going on this.
This is the original "Deadly Force" seminar, approximately two and a half hours of jawboning about Virginia and Federal firearms law, with primary emphasis on the law of self defense/defense of others. These tend to be highly interactive, hence the term, "seminar", and everyone is encouraged to bring all their questions and opinions. I generally prepare for about three days to make sure things haven't changed too much since the last time I did one, but I can't promise I'll know everything. But I will write 'em down and find the answer to any questions I can't answer.
Sterling, in Eastern Loudoun Co., isn't the optimum location for everyone, but I hope to be doing this in other locations around Virginia. I'm planning to do these at sites accessible to the Alexandria/Springfield/Woodbridge, Fredericksburg/Culpeper, Charlottesville, Lynchburg/Roanoke, Richmond/Petersburg, and Hampton Roads areas. I'm probably not going to places like Danville or Grundy/Clintwood unless someone else foots the bill. Abingdon's a possibility, though. But for those who just can't wait, I believe Ed's working on the hotel where we'll be doing this for a deal on overnight accommodations.