About Video

The Handgun 101 series is the first place you should start if you are considering purchasing a handgun or are new to firearms in general. In part one of the Handgun 101 series, instructor Kyle Harth reviews the firearm safety rules, handgun function and nomenclature for both the semi-auto handgun and revolver, handgun sizes, ammunition, how to grip a handgun properly, safely storing a handgun, proper training, shooting sports and carrying a handgun. This video is intended to be your first step in familiarizing yourself with handguns and how they operate. It puts you on the right path of securing information and from there, you can continue on your path of learning more about firearm ownership.

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Reviews (2)

2 reviews for Intro to Handguns

  1. Timothy Lyons

    Good video for a new shooter or a shooter new to handguns. As usual, no replacement for actual training, but the video is comprehensive and covers everything, albeit I find that in some cases, it provides too much information that muddies the clarity of the content. By offering multiple grips, such as the cup-and-saucer method, or talking about frangible ammo, I feel it opens up more questions than it answers in some cases.

    I would recommend this video for anyone who is looking to purchase their first gun, but I would also recommend finding an instructor to show them these methods/techniques as well.

  2. wlajara

    Great intro and excellent speaker. I grew up in the city; no exposure to any type of firearm. Although I was aware of many basic aspects of handguns, this video brought it all together in a very clear, un-biased, non-political way. Anyone, regardless of their political vies on firearms can watch this video. Keeping it neutral says a lot. Very impressed

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