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Message Subject Iím a NRA Pistol / Rifle Instructor ask me any question you like
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How so?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 28368227


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)

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

When youíre 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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 31297288


I'm the novice female thinking about getting a gun. I have been researching on the internet and found sources that say the .32 HS can have as much stopping power (a 300 lb man on drugs) as the .38

To me it seems that a revolver would be easier for a novice than a gun with a clip? Much easier to load the, uh, rounds (a new word I learned) and pull back the hammer than to insert the clip and pull the whole gun to load?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1273076


You are correct and a revolver has less moving parts so there is less of a chance of getting a malefaction that would be hard for a novice to clear and put back in action.
 
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