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Not everyone knows how to properly use a firearm, this piece is dedicated for those of you who do not posses firearms, or knowledge of firearms. If guns aren’t “your thing” and yet you want to buy a gun for the first time, but lack basic firearms knowledge, then pay attention. Owning any gun is a heavy responsibility, guns serve several purposes, they can be used for recreation, personal protection and they can be used to put food on your table. Safely operating a firearm may look pretty simple, but once you pull the trigger, you better know where the projectile is going, because if you’re not paying attention, the results can have a terrible affect on someone, or something and ultimately, YOU are responsible for that.
If you are a man, or woman who has never owned a gun before, the first thing you should do, is take a basic course on gun safety, there are several options for this, most gun retail outlets either provide, or, can steer you in the right direction as to where you can take a gun safety course. Or, you can simply contact your local chapter of the National Rifle Association . Whether you’re a new or prospective gun owner, or hunter in search of training, whatever your age or level of expertise, whatever type of firearm you’re interested in, NRA has the course for you. The National Rifle Association is America’s longest-standing civil rights organization. Together with their more than five million members, they are proud defenders of history’s patriots and diligent protectors of the Second Amendment.
The title of the video below is called “How to use a revolver”, a revolver is a basic type of hand held gun, they’ve been around for quite some time and they are the easiest type of gun to use and care for. A revolver has only a few basic parts and they come in many different sizes and calibers. A revolver can be used for recreation, or basic home defense and the prices (depending on which manufacturer, or caliber you choose) can range from almost dirt-cheap, to really, really expensive. Again, when in the market for your first revolver, it’s best to go online and do a little research for yourself, or, you can go to your local gun store and ask someone who works there, remember, there’s NO SHAME in telling someone you are a “first-timer”, most clerks will be more than happy to help you along and steer you in the right direction.
Okay, I’ve talked enough, so settle back and enjoy the video and afterwards, if you do have any questions, you can go online, or, go to a local gun store in your area and ask any questions you may have.