CDA - HANDGUN DIAGNOSTICS
If you are seeking to gain a working knowledge on your handgun, preventive maintenance, cleaning and parts replacement, we've got a class you need to take. Many gun owners do not truly know how their weapon operates, how to disassemble/reassemble or apply preventive maintenance.
We will go over this and more. Bring a gun mat (towel) your handgun, NO AMMO, an ink stick and parchment to take notes. Classroom Only, no live fire.
This course will help you to under stand how the handgun operates and its cycle of operation. This is key for diagnosing problem with the weapon, be it a mechanical issue, ammo related issue, reason for malfunctions or shooter induced problem. $50 Class fee so sign up online or show up a tad early prior to class and we'll get you situated.
See you there.
I finally found the pics and wanted to show you guys and gals why I force shooters to keep their support hands away from the magwell area and receiver when operating an M4 type weapon.
There is a difference between military grade and commercial grade weapons. I said military grade, not mil spec. However, even with a military grade weapon, the one pictured is obviously an old and well used one, we can have catastrophic failures such as this one.
Case head separation or squib rounds are great for catastrophic issues (destroying the gun). The shooter of this weapon was injured severely and I believe lost a thumb and a finger. Support hand was right against the magwell and receiver when this occurred. Very high pressure in these guns during firing and if it backs out of the gun instead of down the barrel, this is exactly what can happen. Its rare but I wouldn't want to add to the percentages of injuries accrued to these failures.
I am always on my students asses about keeping that hand on the forend. Thats where we can control the muzzle, drive the muzzle and many of our gadgets are attached there and not near the receiver. Gadgets such as lights, lasers, VFG's, AFG's etc. Many try to cheat a reload drill by keeping the support hand right atop the magwell to be faster to the follow up shot after the reload. How fast will you be reloading one handed????? DO NOT DO IT...........fail to heed this warning and I bet it will be a self correcting issue!
Here's the S&W Model 610 chambered in 10mm. Perfect for personal protection and handgun hunting, add this sleek pistol to your collection!
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