After purchasing my Walther Pk380, I had some trouble using the factory labels for the guns’ safety. It would seem fairly obvious, since there was a simple lever and an “S” and an “F”. Surely, if the lever is on “S” the weapon was safe, right?
If you’ve purchased a pistol from a licensed dealer, then your handgun should have come with a cable lock. Using a pistol cable lock is not necessarily intuitive. Especially since the process differs between revolvers and automatics.
If you spend any time at all drawing from your holster on the shooting range, you know how important it is to have a properly fitted holster. Sometimes, holsters work like a dream straight out of the box. But, other times you’ll need to make a few tweaks to get the right retention.
There is some confusion about the identifying characteristics for various handgun sizes. However, there are no hard and fast industry rules about which pistol fits into what category. With that said, there are 4 different sizes of automatic handguns; full size, compact, sub-compact, and pocket pistols.
Okay internet, today I’ll be talking all things ammo as it pertains to the gun range. After my gun range article I figured I should expound a bit on the quantity of ammunition you need in your range bag, and some other details about your ammo selection.