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How do you rationalize the agenda of the militarization of local police departments with federal military-grade weapons and recent surges in police brutality against dogs, homeless and mentally ill? Is this to turn LEOs against the people and vice-versa? What percentage of LEOs do you feel will currently stand with the people vs. with tyranny, and do feel this percentage is swinging in one direction or the other?
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I respect your question but this thread is about Firearm safety , training and what is the best firearm for each person. I would like to keep this thread from taking a political turn and getting off of the topic at hand. Thank you.
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I am disappointed but respect your answer. No further reply is necessary. These are, however, the types of questions the people really need answered by someone with your experience. Please reconsider and thanks for replying to my other off-topic questions.
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In a recent news article they referenced (and showed photos) of teenage girls learning with .357 magnum. I feel that starting girls with that kind of firearm may develop a flinch. And I preferred to start my girls with 9MM. How do you feel about this?
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Most .223 or 55.6 barrels are a 1 - 7 twist. You cant fire a 69 Gr bullet in a 1-7 twist Barrel.
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I think I just heard Lester having an aneurysm.


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In a recent news article they referenced (and showed photos) of teenage girls learning with .357 magnum. I feel that starting girls with that kind of firearm may develop a flinch. And I preferred to start my girls with 9MM. How do you feel about this?
 Quoting: Prostetnik


I start with a 22 Rim Fire and work my way up to a .40 Cal
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I know that but they have the same type of Saftey on the back of the Pistol Grip
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It's called a grip safety, and as an NRA instructors you should know that and use the correct terminology. The one on the XDS has the same placement, but not in the least the same function, nor does it have the known problems and limitations of the 1911 designed grip safety,

Again something an instructor should know...
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This is what I was thinking...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28368227


Not only that, any decent instructor would know that trigger control is the most important fundamental of shooting.

This guy is most likely a teenager who has been watching YT videos for his "master" certification!!
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I already posted the fundamentals at the start of the thread. Plus if you were a real shooter you would know that Sight aliment sight pitcher is the most important fundamental of shooting, and you would also know that if you don稚 do all of the fundamentals of shooting correctly it will throw your shot off, and you won稚 be able to retrieve good down range feedback from your target.
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gulf 1 vet here with a ccw permit the best thing about the
cource was the leagal issueshf
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gulf 1 vet here with a ccw permit the best thing about the
cource was the leagal issueshf
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99% of what is taught in a CCW class is the laws, and not how to shoot.
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Like I said before I love the Glock-19 for my CCW weapon, but do not recommend it for a novice shooter do to the Safe Action Trigger (Lack of a Safety)

I知 not a fan of the 1911 style of safety that the Springfield XD has on it all. I致e saw them mess up to many times in the past and cause a Major malfunction.

When you池e talking about a CCW handgun you need something that you know will fire every time.
 Quoting: USMC0369


Yet you do not have a problem with revolvers for "novice shooters", which have less safeties than a GLOCK does? Now I am smelling something rotten...

Only a fool would actually recommend the pathetic .32 as a CCW firearm. Whats next, a Jennings .25 auto?

This guy is no firearms instructor I would trust my life too, YMMV, but beware.
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99% of all shooting take place within 21 feet. A .32 Auto is just as good as a 9mm at that close of range with the proper ammo in it. (Personal protection Ammo) The Question was about a pocket Firearm for a CCW Firearm. The .32 Auto is great for that you start moving up to 9mm and it gets way to balky.

As far as a revolver. It is a very safe Firearm. With the Double Action Trigger that most modern revolvers have today there is NO WAY that you will pull that trigger is less you want it pulled. Unlike some of the Automatics that have a hair trigger on it. The safety on the Revolver is the trigger.

Have you ever shot a Revolver?
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You are so full of shit I can smell it over the internet!

NO .32 can match a 9mm with ANY ammo! Simple physics and laws of motion, fool.

GLOCK pistols have an average trigger pull of about 6~8 pounds, that is not a "hair" trigger.

On a GLOCK the safety is not only internal safeties, but the shooter, AS WITH ALL FIREARMS, the shooter is the most important safety.

You might be a firearms instructor (because the industry is full of half wits) but you are NOT a good one!
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I did not say a Glock had a hair triger at all. You just go back and look at the post. and a .32 will do everything you need it to do at 21 feet.
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Question for ya, OP... What's the ballistic coefficienteny of a 556 69 gr bullet with a 1 and 9 twist?

hf
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BC has nothing to do with the barrel twist. bullet mfr is also necessary to know the exact BC...along with the type of bullet..
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Most .223 or 55.6 barrels are a 1 - 7 twist. You cant fire a 69 Gr bullet in a 1-7 twist Barrel.
 Quoting: USMC0369



69 gr Federal SMK work VERY well from all 1/9 twist COLT barrels in the early 1990's....Military HiPower Comp.
YES YOU CAN........Back up just a bit. 55 gr is fine in most 1/7 twist 16" or shorter guns....MOST......depends on bullet construction. I know my Guns. Wrong.

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gulf 1 vet here with a ccw permit the best thing about the
cource was the leagal issueshf
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Question for ya, OP... What's the ballistic coefficienteny of a 556 69 gr bullet with a 1 and 9 twist?

hf
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BC has nothing to do with the barrel twist. bullet mfr is also necessary to know the exact BC...along with the type of bullet..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17785333


Most .223 or 55.6 barrels are a 1 - 7 twist. You cant fire a 69 Gr bullet in a 1-7 twist Barrel.
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YES YOU CAN........Back up just a bit. 55 gr is fine in most 1/7 twist 16" or shorter guns....MOST......depends on bullet construction. I know my Guns. Wrong.
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Are you saying that you can fire a 69G in a 1-7 twist barrel?

I have always been told that is a no go it will destroy the barrel and that you would need a 1-11 twist.

I could be wroung.

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do you find that a firearm helps you to defiant yourself?
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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
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BC has nothing to do with the barrel twist. bullet mfr is also necessary to know the exact BC...along with the type of bullet..
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17785333


Most .223 or 55.6 barrels are a 1 - 7 twist. You cant fire a 69 Gr bullet in a 1-7 twist Barrel.
 Quoting: USMC0369




YES YOU CAN........Back up just a bit. 55 gr is fine in most 1/7 twist 16" or shorter guns....MOST......depends on bullet construction. I know my Guns. Wrong.
 Quoting: AdHocBOHICA


Are you saying that you can fire a 69G in a 1-7 twist barrel?

I have always been told that is a no go it will destroy the barrel and that you would need a 1-11 twist.

I could be wroung.
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Been shooting M16s and Ar15s since I was 17 when I was in the military.......55gr in 1/7 works ok as long as the projectile is well constructed. 69 BTHP SMK (Sierra MatchKings) are the shit through a 1/9 1/8 or 1/7 rifled barrel, whether they are button or cut barrels. used to do them across the course 200, 300, 600 yds. 600 was tough for the 69SMKs but Berger bullets were too expensive for us guys. Yep, don't let me down here...I pinned this thread because asked me to. BTW, I shoot A-Zone with my buddies for a dollar a shot @100 yards with a worn out G19.
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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
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If you池e always shooting left it is your trigger pull or your sight alignment. How much finger are you putting on your trigger?
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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
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1. Stop using the modified weaver, as it puts your support arm below the pistol and tends to pull the gun in that direction (to the left for a right handed shooter). Learn to keep both arms (elbows) level or the support side elbow higher than the firing hand.

2. Do the ball and dummy drill (google it), you are flinching.

3. Look up "trigger reset for GLOCKS" and work on that.

4. Dry fire twice for every live round you shoot.
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I知 a NRA Pistol / Rifle Instructor ask me any question you like

A Little bit about my back ground. I spent 10 years in the Marine Corps and spent another 6 years working as a Commando and a Weapons instructor for the Iraq, and Afghanistan Commando痴. Furthermore I'm a T-3 Certified Weapons Instructor for the US Government. I知 all so a NRA Pistol / Rifle / Refuse To Be A Victim Instructor and an NRA range Safety Officer.

A few more of my instructor certifications are OC Spray instructor, ASP Instructor, Handcuff Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, DOD RSO / OIC Certified, Ant-terrorism Instructor, First Observer Instructor, Small Arms Weapons expert (SAWE) and a few more that I知 not listing.

Ask me any question about Firearm safety, safe operations, and self-defiance and I will do my best to answer you. I will check in once a day to answer all of your questions.

Here is a free pointer for every one out there that likes to shoot. If you use these four fundamentals every time you will always hit what your aiming at.

4 fundamentals of Shooting

1) Steady Position
2) sight Alignment / sight Pitcher
3) Breathing Control
4) Trigger Pull / Squeeze


V/R
The School Master

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Do you often associate the 4 fundamentals of shooting to a porn fantasy?
SMILE...you're not as stupid as they think you are!

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What sort of weapon do you recommend for a female with samll hands and limited gun experience?
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I am female and use both a 9mm Taurus Slim and a Ruger 380 LCP.
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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
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1. Stop using the modified weaver, as it puts your support arm below the pistol and tends to pull the gun in that direction (to the left for a right handed shooter). Learn to keep both arms (elbows) level or the support side elbow higher than the firing hand.

2. Do the ball and dummy drill (google it), you are flinching.

3. Look up "trigger reset for GLOCKS" and work on that.

4. Dry fire twice for every live round you shoot.
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Forgot to add, make SURE your firing hand wrist is LOCKED, no side to side or vertical movement. This is way more important on a heavy recoiling 10mm.


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I own a Taurus 9mm and a Ruger LCP 380. I thinking about purchasing the Kimber Solo 9mm. What is your opinion?
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What sort of weapon do you recommend for a female with samll hands and limited gun experience?
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I am female and use both a 9mm Taurus Slim and a Ruger 380 LCP.
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The Ruger LCP is a slim handgun but it has a hard trigger pull, and from what I have saw most women have a hard time with the trigger pull. I think the Berreta 32 Auto is a great CCW hand gun for women, and I also like the Ruger .38 Special revolver for women. It has great take down, it is simple to use and with the double action trigger all you need to do it cock the Hammer to make the trigger pull easer. Plus it has a small grip on it.

When a Handgun has a strong trigger pull on it, most people with weaker hands will pull all of their off to the left.

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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
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1. Stop using the modified weaver, as it puts your support arm below the pistol and tends to pull the gun in that direction (to the left for a right handed shooter). Learn to keep both arms (elbows) level or the support side elbow higher than the firing hand.

2. Do the ball and dummy drill (google it), you are flinching.

3. Look up "trigger reset for GLOCKS" and work on that.

4. Dry fire twice for every live round you shoot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288


Forgot to add, make SURE your firing hand wrist is LOCKED, no side to side or vertical movement. This is way more important on a heavy recoiling 10mm.



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Thanks for the advice!
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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
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Focus on your trigger control. Most errors in pistol shooting happen because of an uneven, fast or jerky trigger finger.

The most common errors for left of target hits. (If you are a right handed shooter) are:

Not enough trigger. In other words, your finger is touching the trigger on the right side as opposed to down the center, This can produce a left push as you pull through the trigger.

Tightening the grip as you fire.

Anticipating the recoil can cause you to push the gun (should produce a high left hit. 10-11 o clock

Jerky trigger should produce a 6.30-7.30 hit

Not enough trigger will be a dead left.. 9 o clock.

Tightening the grip should land your shots between the 7-8.30 position.

These are simplified diagnostic tools.

To check yourself. Have a friend load a magazine with a snap cap hidden somewhere in the stack. You will see your problem when pulling the trigger on that round. You just can't know where or when in the magazine it's coming.

If problems persist, find a qualified and GOOD instructor to check your shooting.

The modified weaver stance tends to bring the sights closer to your eyes, which makes the rear sight notch appear bigger, which produces a lot of "airspace" between the notch and the front sight.

Try to shoot isosceles with a positive grip to identify if the problem is an alignment one. But consistent hits to one side rarely are.
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What sort of weapon do you recommend for a female with samll hands and limited gun experience?
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I am female and use both a 9mm Taurus Slim and a Ruger 380 LCP.
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The Ruger LCP is a slim handgun but it has a hard trigger pull, and from what I have saw most women have a hard time with the trigger pull. I think the Berreta 32 Auto is a great CCW hand gun for women, and I also like the Ruger .38 Special revolver for women. It has great take down, it is simple to use and with the double action trigger all you need to do it cock the Hammer to make the trigger pull easer. Plus it has a small grip on it.

When a Handgun has a strong trigger pull on it, most people with weaker hands will pull all of their off to the left.
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My Taurus 9mm Slim has a VERY hard trigger pull. Can it be adjusted???
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I知 sorry to everyone that came to the thread to ask question I should of new there would be a few Noobs that would come in here and destroy the thread.
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There will ALWAYS be thread trolls.
(since you have an account you can just delete their posts in your thread) thumbs

Nice of you to try and help people out OP.


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What sort of weapon do you recommend for a female with samll hands and limited gun experience?
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I am female and use both a 9mm Taurus Slim and a Ruger 380 LCP.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25971901


The Ruger LCP is a slim handgun but it has a hard trigger pull, and from what I have saw most women have a hard time with the trigger pull. I think the Berreta 32 Auto is a great CCW hand gun for women, and I also like the Ruger .38 Special revolver for women. It has great take down, it is simple to use and with the double action trigger all you need to do it cock the Hammer to make the trigger pull easer. Plus it has a small grip on it.

When a Handgun has a strong trigger pull on it, most people with weaker hands will pull all of their off to the left.
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My Taurus 9mm Slim has a VERY hard trigger pull. Can it be adjusted???
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 25971901


You would need to talk to a certified armorer. Your local gun dealer should know were you can go to get the trigger worked on.
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I'm shooting left of target consistently with my 29SF (10mm Glock) at 7 to 12 yards. I use a modified weaver stance.

Help?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30513772


1. Stop using the modified weaver, as it puts your support arm below the pistol and tends to pull the gun in that direction (to the left for a right handed shooter). Learn to keep both arms (elbows) level or the support side elbow higher than the firing hand.

2. Do the ball and dummy drill (google it), you are flinching.

3. Look up "trigger reset for GLOCKS" and work on that.

4. Dry fire twice for every live round you shoot.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288


Forgot to add, make SURE your firing hand wrist is LOCKED, no side to side or vertical movement. This is way more important on a heavy recoiling 10mm.



 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288


Thanks for the advice!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30513772


You are welcome! There is a part II for the above video.

If you notice, Travis is shooting just to the left of the line in because his wrist was not locked out.

Travis is well trained and practiced, but we ALL need instruction and critical reviews from time to time.

Be safe, and take a new shooter shooting, education is the key for all of us!
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Do you have any kids, or are you just shooting blanks?Just joking!Keep up the post,we are learning a lot!
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I知 a NRA Pistol / Rifle Instructor ask me any question you like

A Little bit about my back ground. I spent 10 years in the Marine Corps and spent another 6 years working as a Commando and a Weapons instructor for the Iraq, and Afghanistan Commando痴. Furthermore I'm a T-3 Certified Weapons Instructor for the US Government. I知 all so a NRA Pistol / Rifle / Refuse To Be A Victim Instructor and an NRA range Safety Officer.

A few more of my instructor certifications are OC Spray instructor, ASP Instructor, Handcuff Instructor, Defensive Tactics Instructor, DOD RSO / OIC Certified, Ant-terrorism Instructor, First Observer Instructor, Small Arms Weapons expert (SAWE) and a few more that I知 not listing.

Ask me any question about Firearm safety, safe operations, and self-defiance and I will do my best to answer you. I will check in once a day to answer all of your questions.

Here is a free pointer for every one out there that likes to shoot. If you use these four fundamentals every time you will always hit what your aiming at.

4 fundamentals of Shooting

1) Steady Position
2) sight Alignment / sight Pitcher
3) Breathing Control
4) Trigger Pull / Squeeze


V/R
The School Master

macgun
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clappa
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OP....I love you.

hf