Choosing the right handgun

  1. Identify and know your main purpose (Defensive, Recreation, Competition, etc.)
  2. Lefty or a Righty – safety and slide stop matters
  3. Choose what features mean the most to you (action, safety, sights and how you manage the rack or the recoil, etc.
  4. Learn what properly fits your hand. Just like a pair of shoes – too big or too small it will effect how well you handle it.
  5. Take advantage of the ranges that allow you to fire them before purchasing – experience the live fire.

We offer an opportunity to help you learn all of these and more through regular lessons or special events

check out free Belfield Range Ladies Night – the range sets out several tables of firearms and members volunteer to give a first hand experience with a variety of firearms.

Published by Guns and Grace

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