Post By PhillyCheese
Great Article: 10 Lessons Learned......................
10 Lessons Learned from the Worst gun I ever Owned:
Author: Melody Lauer
Link: 10 Lessons I Learned From The Worst Gun I Ever Bought
This is a really great article.
Each lesson is explained in the article.
The following are the titled lessons, but viewers need to read the article to fully understand the context of each lesson.
Lesson 1 — Defensive calibers don’t have to start with “4”.
Lesson 2 — Capacity is cool.
Lesson 3 — Safeties are irrelevant if you are not safe.
Lesson 4 — It doesn’t have to be made of metal.
Lesson 5 — Reputations can change.
Lesson 6 — Find reputable sources of information.
Lesson 7 — Good customer service makes loyal customers.
Lesson 8 — If it doesn’t fit, it frustrates.
Lesson 9 — Looks don’t matter (but they kind of do).
Lesson 10 — Nothing is more fun than a gun that runs.
Good article. My 1st gun was a Beretta 92FS. I bought it with the assumption that it may not be the perfect gun for me, but since it was the gun used by the military it would be good gun to learn with..and it was (is)!
Something I have learned: [Most of the time]...... if you think its the gun, let a skilled shooter use it. Then you'll see it's you.
our first was the 92fs. when we had our nra safety course certificate and no permit yet, we could only shoot on ranges that allowed shooting with that certificate. We shot mostly the 92fs and the glock 19 gen 3-- SURPRISE SURPRISE--we bought the fs 1st then the glock 19 gen 4 once the permits were approved. the glocks are our SD?HD guns. the 92 fs is a fun gun
Originally Posted by zogger
Great article. thanks for post
Nice article. Thanks for the link.