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Old 09-26-2009, 05:41 PM   #1
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So I'm planning on learning how to shoot guns at my local range...I've never shot one and haven't really been around them much; however, I can see from some of the threads on here a lot of you might have some good things to say to get me started...Any random bits of info will be appreciated!


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do you know what type of guns you are going to shoot? Rifle, handgun, etc

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Handgun to start off...looks like they offer a Springfield XD for a 9mm which is probably what they will give me..
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If they offer a gun safety course, take that first.

Don't let anyone tell you you need a little gun because you're a lady.

Don't let anyone tell you what gun you like. Pick your own. Take as long as you want to decide. Make sure you like it. The way it feels. The weight. The recoil.

Practice proper stance and hand position from the start, it's very difficult to unlearn something.

The rules of gun safety.
1. Never assume a gun is empty until you verify by looking for yourself and then assume it's still loaded. (in other words, treat every gun as if it's loaded at all times.)
2. Never point the gun at anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until you're ready to fire the gun.
4. Always be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
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Yup, what Skeeter said.
Also, be aware of, and respect, what guns can do but don't be afraid of them. They are a tool, just like scissors or a car.

Are you planning to buy a gun? If so, shoot as many different kinds (brands) of guns as you can and as many different calibers as you can. Try both autos and revolvers. Choose the one that feels and shoots the most comfortably for you. Don't let others tell you what to buy. There is as much brand loyalty in guns as there is in cars. The discussions can get really heated and you'd still be wondering which to buy. If you aren't comfortable shooting it, you won't practice with it and if you don't practice with it, it can be as dangerous to you as to everyone around you.

Have fun and let us know how it goes.
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If at a range of course pay attention to what you are doing, but also keep an eye on the folks near you.
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this seems relevant

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Kinda mean..but, whatever it takes to get your point across!
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Check out the Paraordinance 45. Good power and compact for an average womans hand. I like the Springfield 45, match sites, competion barrel and 25 gram trigger pull.
Wife prefers the Para.
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Also, what is your purpose in shooting?

Just fun? Protection at home? Conceal carry?

A great do it all gun for a first time shooter is a Ruger GP100. Can be loaded w/ .38spcl for range time or shoot .357mag for personal defense.

Since you're asking for random bits of kinowledge/advice - for first time guns, simple is better, IMO. I'd reccommend a revolver for starters, though you may quickly want to move towards a pistol. If you want to start w/ a pistol my persoanl reccommendation, which others will disagree with, is a gun w/ no lever saftey, but rather a grip safety. Simple is good.

For affordable range time, can't beat anything in .22LR

Lastly - consider cost (and now availability) of ammo before making your final choice.
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for ur first gun i would say .22 it wont scare u. it wont hurt u from kick and it gives u a good feel for what ur doing. was my first handgun moved up to .357 though more bang bigger hole but with that said cant beat a good ole 9 mm
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Your right about the .22 But I have to disagree with 9mm. Hated them as a side arm. Also they arn't much for stopping power and the chances of a through and through at close range highly likely.
Now a 45 or the 357 they will knock someone on thier a-- and chances of them getting up......slim.
Definatly practice with all types. Now the problem with ammo is that the manufactures of the primers are sitting on them and making it difficult to even reload your own rounds.
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well i just ment for the range but i guess i only messed with one once and i didnt hate it. but i still like my 357 i really want a 44mag but i kinda like my hearing lol
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The rules of gun safety.
1. Never assume a gun is empty until you verify by looking for yourself and then assume it's still loaded. (in other words, treat every gun as if it's loaded at all times.)
2. Never point the gun at anything you are not willing to destroy.
3. Keep your finger off the trigger until you're ready to fire the gun.
4. Always be sure of your target and what is beyond it.
++++1...NEVER!! can't be emphisized enough!! My Dad handed a gun he just bought to a friend of my brother(who was an Eagle Scout), he looked at it a minute, pulled the hammer back pointed it at my head and pulled the trigger, I was 8 yrs old and I remember that like it was an hour ago. My Dad came unglued (My Dad would NEVER hand a loaded gun to someone anyway), but the thought of it put him through the roof, needless to say that guy was never allowed to handle a gun in my house. I own several guns and trade often but PLEASE be careful....and have fun shooting stuff....
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Don't be cheap when buying hearing protection...huh?
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++++1...NEVER!! can't be emphisized enough!! My Dad handed a gun he just bought to a friend of my brother(who was an Eagle Scout), he looked at it a minute, pulled the hammer back pointed it at my head and pulled the trigger, I was 8 yrs old and I remember that like it was an hour ago. My Dad came unglued (My Dad would NEVER hand a loaded gun to someone anyway), but the thought of it put him through the roof, needless to say that guy was never allowed to handle a gun in my house. I own several guns and trade often but PLEASE be careful....and have fun shooting stuff....
Wow. some people...
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++++1...NEVER!! can't be emphisized enough!! My Dad handed a gun he just bought to a friend of my brother(who was an Eagle Scout), he looked at it a minute, pulled the hammer back pointed it at my head and pulled the trigger, I was 8 yrs old and I remember that like it was an hour ago. My Dad came unglued (My Dad would NEVER hand a loaded gun to someone anyway), but the thought of it put him through the roof, needless to say that guy was never allowed to handle a gun in my house. I own several guns and trade often but PLEASE be careful....and have fun shooting stuff....
How terrifying..and stupid of the friend!

My main plans as of right now are to learn for sport and home protection...concealed carry seems like a good idea if you are in a bad neighborhood, but I'm not. Are there any other reasons to get your CCW?

I will most definately try all types of guns..but the thought of a rifle kinda freaks me out right now..lol The range I'm going to requires eye and ear wear, and if your a first timer they have 3 instructors available to go with you and they teach you all about the gun and gun safety..I've heard nothing but good stuff about them. I'm really excited! Thanks for all your words of wisdom so far!
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For sport and protection, I again reccommend a revolver for a first time shooter. No failure to load, failure to extract, no racking the slide to clear a dud, no safety, etc...
Ruger, GP100, .357 Mag, Stainless NIB NO RESERVE : Revolvers at GunBroker.com

As far as CCW - if you want to get it, w/ the class you'll gain legal training on use of deadly force, firearms safety, and live fire firearms training. I HIGHLY reccommend Dan Clevenger. It might be a little drive away, but worth it.
But yeah, you probably shouldn't be carrying (no offense).
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Edit: Oh, and TJ Lady - a lot of people are intimidated by shooting for the first time - if you don't know of a gun owner who's calm enough to take you to a range, let me know and I can meet you at a range down in Canal Fulton and bring a couple 'toys' for you to try.
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How terrifying..and stupid of the friend!

My main plans as of right now are to learn for sport and home protection...concealed carry seems like a good idea if you are in a bad neighborhood, but I'm not. Are there any other reasons to get your CCW?

I will most definately try all types of guns..but the thought of a rifle kinda freaks me out right now..lol The range I'm going to requires eye and ear wear, and if your a first timer they have 3 instructors available to go with you and they teach you all about the gun and gun safety..I've heard nothing but good stuff about them. I'm really excited! Thanks for all your words of wisdom so far!
Sounds like an excellent range. They should have eye and ear protection available for use but if you choose to purchase your own, I would recommend electronic ear muffs, they're much nicer than regular ones and you can get a cheap set from Harbor freight for about $20

Don't be afraid of a rifle, they're easier to control and thus somewhat safer than a pistol.

I could post example after example of rapes, murders, kidnappings and robberies that occurred in "good neighborhoods", they tend to be rather unpleasant reading. Crime isn't limited to bad neighborhoods and you don't always stay in your neighborhood do you?
A concealed carry permit just gives you an option if you should ever find yourself in a situation where you would feel the need. Without the permit that option is closed legally. I don't carry everywhere I go even though I have the option.

Take your time and have fun, shooting sports can be very rewarding.
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Having a CCW, and carrying concealed is just being prepared, like having a spare tire, even though you may never have a flat. Not living in a bad neighborhood doesn't mean bad things don't happen around you. You never know when you might need to defend yourself or someone you love.

As far as stopping power goes, a .45 is useless if you can't hit what you are aiming at. Get the caliber you're comfortable with and practice until you can hit what you are aiming at, every time. Shot placement is more important than caliber size. I am not saying that you shouldn't try the bigger calibers, I encourage you to try as many as you can. I'm just saying not to let people tell you that the smaller calibers are too weak. More people die from being shot with .22s than any other caliber.

I carry a 9mm or a .380. I can shoot both of them with either my right hand (strong side) or my left hand (weak side) and hit what I'm aiming at.

Revolvers are fun. I didn't really like shooting handguns until I shot a revolver. They're kinda like "gateway" guns. But don't buy a "starter" gun, buy a "I really like this gun" gun.

It's a bit too big for a carry gun but here is my revolver...


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"As far as CCW - if you want to get it, w/ the class you'll gain legal training on use of deadly force, firearms safety, and live fire firearms training. I HIGHLY reccommend Dan Clevenger. It might be a little drive away, but worth it.
But yeah, you probably shouldn't be carrying (no offense)."

Dan Clevenger sounds awfully familiar..does he travel to teach these classes? If so I think he may come to the range I'm going to...

"I could post example after example of rapes, murders, kidnappings and robberies that occurred in "good neighborhoods", they tend to be rather unpleasant reading. Crime isn't limited to bad neighborhoods and you don't always stay in your neighborhood do you?
A concealed carry permit just gives you an option if you should ever find yourself in a situation where you would feel the need. Without the permit that option is closed legally. I don't carry everywhere I go even though I have the option."

Good point, Skeeter. My question seems a little silly now...
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Also, what is your purpose in shooting?

Just fun? Protection at home? Conceal carry?

A great do it all gun for a first time shooter is a Ruger GP100. Can be loaded w/ .38spcl for range time or shoot .357mag for personal defense.

Since you're asking for random bits of kinowledge/advice - for first time guns, simple is better, IMO. I'd reccommend a revolver for starters, though you may quickly want to move towards a pistol. If you want to start w/ a pistol my persoanl reccommendation, which others will disagree with, is a gun w/ no lever saftey, but rather a grip safety. Simple is good.

For affordable range time, can't beat anything in .22LR

Lastly - consider cost (and now availability) of ammo before making your final choice.
I agree 100% with this post.

You'll find people who are loyal to one brand over others...some are logical some are not.

I personally like hammerless revolvers for carry, they are smooth, nothing to catch inside your pocket, they are small, lightweight, disappear in the lightest of clothing. I carry 38 +p+ (it hurts when it goes off in my ultralight J frame.) When I can afford to (clothing limits my carry as I'm a tiny bastard) I carry my Glock 26. I'm terribly accurate with it, and I love Glocks, as they seem to function almost as reliably as revolvers.

Whatever you shoot, get good with it. I highly recommend shooting in some sort of competition, it will let you feel adrenaline as your trying to shoot. some people freak (thus missing the target) when they are in a bad situation, and I think this practice would help. (no evidence to back it up, other than the old saying "practice makes perfect"). I figure its more "practice makes better".

For small handed people, a fantastic carry gun in 9mm is a Kahr. They are just a little too small for me, I can't seem to grab them, so I stick with the slightly larger Glock
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Yeah TJ Lady - Dan Clevenger does travel - he goes up to Pro Gun / Pro Armory in Cuyahoga Falls. His site (link above) lists some of the places he goes.

Good luck on you choice!
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Good point, Skeeter. My question seems a little silly now...
There's nothing silly about asking questions.
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You are prolly better off sticking with a 9mm as your first handgun. A 9mm has much less recoil when compared to a 40 cal, but definitely shoot a few if you can to determine what fits you best. What fits me or the other guy best, may not fit you at all. All in preference.

I carry a Glock 23 (40cal). I'm fine with the recoil but many people don't like a 40 because of that.

If you have never shot before or carried one, do yourself a favor and take a gun safety course. They will teach you how to carry it, how to properly load/unload, and how to assemble/disassemble. It's in your best interest to take it.
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You might want to check out Royal Ridge Shooter Supply in Brunswick Hills. It's on 42 about 2 miles south of 303 on the left. The owner, Bill, knows his stuff and could help you out a lot. Tell him his cousin sent you.
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Update: So I went this afternoon and fired my first shots! It was a little scary at first but I had fun and would totally do it again! They gave me a 9mm to shoot with, and it wasn't too bad...I'm sure as I get better I'll get more experimental, but for now it's really all I can handle I think.

My instructor was really informative and was more than willing to answer any questions I had..I think I plan on taking a few more lessons and then getting my CCW. Overall, a really positive experiance! Although, I have a feeling I've created a monster here..
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Very cool! I'm glad it was a good experience for you. Keep us up dated on how it goes for you and any purchases you make. There are quite a few of us here that enjoy guns and seeing "gun porn".

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