The basic revolver design has been around for almost 200 years. It retains popularity because it is accurate, versatile, and simple to run.
Simple means that there are very few control buttons, levers, or switches to learn, remember, and manipulate. Simple does not mean you
naturally know how to effectively operate a revolver just by holding it. They can be small, light, easily hidden pocket rockets that hurt on both
ends of the muzzle, nice, accurate, pleasant shooting range trainers, or huge, powerful, hand cannons that will drop most beasts on four legs.
Proper and effective use of any revolver comes only from good training and practice. Edd and I started with revolvers decades ago, we trained
our children in their use, and we all continue using them today. Revolvers are fine weapons when you know how to deploy them.
This Level I & II Class fee includes membership to the range for the remainder of the calendar year for the student and their immediate family.
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