Monday, November 28, 2011

Revolver Etiquette

As a newbie, I don't really appreciate their other "Gun Gripe" videos. When I go into the gun store, I know I am ignorant about lots of things (and being self/internet educated my teachers aren't always the best) when it comes to guns, but I hate being treated like an idiot. And I am sure they get lots of jerks and/or idiots darkening their doors.

However, I really liked this video. I bet I've fired revolvers less than 25 times, so this video did help me learn something.


  1. Not bad! I have some small issues with some stuff, but good info for newbies. I do love my wheel guns!

  2. I'm be curious to know what pointers you would add/change?

    BTW - I enjoy your blog. I spent way too long the other day going through all your old posts since I had just discovered it.


  3. I just posted about the old days of carrying a "wheel gun" on-duty... My NRA students are advised to not do the ol' movie routine of slapping the cylinder shut like the video discusses...

    Dann in Ohio

  4. Thanks. Didn't know what to look for in a used revolver. (Just checked my pocket carry S&W 36 -- it's "good to go". [Phew!])