This star-studded lineup attracted shooters from all over the country, with campers traveling from Alaska, California, Georgia, and every place in between. I was encouraged by the number of women who enrolled—it's the first work trip I've been on where men didn't significantly outnumber the women. On top of that, there was slightly more ethnic diversity than I'm used to seeing (usually none), another welcome change. Although there were a few young campers in their 20s, most were shooters in their 40s, 50s, and 60s. That's not surprising considering the $3,000 price tag of enrolling in camp. Most younger adults I know don't have that kind of cash lying around, myself included. That said, the fee did include all the professional instruction, meals, lodging, ground transportation, and plenty of 9mm ammo.