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Thread: It's hard to find basic videos about firing a revolver properly

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    Quote Originally Posted by glocktogo View Post
    I don't know if they have any specific revolver shooting 101 videos, but here are three names I'd look for videos with.

    Julie Golob

    Kay Clark-Miculek

    Lena Miculek

    You should be able to find something lady friendly and on message from them. Hope this helps!
    These ladies are very skilled at both shooting and educational speaking. Very beginner-friendly, but even longtime shooters can learn from them. And they speak without the stupid macho shit. Dudes, too, should take notice.

    For extremely generic instructional talking points, there’s an article on Police One that’ll pop up if you search “8 fundamentals of marksmanship”. Yes, fellow grunts, there are 8.

    Consider professional instruction from another woman. Have fun, don’t be too serious; positive reinforcement.

    Specific to revolvers, I’m not really qualified to give good instruction yet, but for the low price of free, I offer the following advice:
    DA and SA dry fire
    .22lr
    4-6” of barrel
    dry fire
    Real sights or RDS, not a snubgutter/ramp
    .22lr
    Outdoors, just you two, or a third person for comfort
    .22lr
    dry fire
    Finger (thumb) placement and cylinder gap
    Electronic earpro
    .22lr
    Dry fire

    Worry about reloads some time in the future only if she becomes infatuated with shooting.
    Last edited by 1168; 03-15-24 at 17:23.

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    Oh yeah….you guys have already been shooting a .22lr rifle, right?
    RLTW

    “What’s New” button, but without GD: https://www.m4carbine.net/search.php...new&exclude=60 , courtesy of ST911.

    Disclosure: I am affiliated PRN with a tactical training center, but I speak only for myself. I have no idea what we sell, other than CLP and training. I receive no income from sale of hard goods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1168 View Post
    Oh yeah….you guys have already been shooting a .22lr rifle, right?
    Not for this woman new to guns, no.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ron3 View Post
    Not for this woman new to guns, no.
    If you want her to enjoy guns and learn basic proficiency, I’d highly recommend starting with a .22. That applies to males, too. Interest in .32 or .38 or whatever will follow naturally, or it won’t.

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    Whatever else you all study and practice look at this...


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