Well, I bought/picked up my first firearm 4 days ago .
First of all, I want to say thanks to all the people here for posting such useful info. It helped me a lot in my decision. And I'm not just talking about you guys who responded directly to my questions, but to everyone here. Because for the last couple of weeks I've been reading this forum like a blind man who just got his eyesight back.
So once again, thanks.
Anyway, I got a Smith & Wesson SD40 VE.
What have I done so far? Well, I've been practicing stripping and reassembling it and to my surprise, I've gotten pretty adept at it.
Now here's my question(LOL you knew it was coming):
Should my first class be a gun safety class, shooting class, concealed class, home defense class, etc?
I know that eventually, I want to be licensed to carry a concealed weapon in Florida.
Most of the time is a basic shooting class they cover firearms safety. In fact all of the classes that I have been to talk about it, so a basic gun safety class is not necessary. If I were you I would take the conceal carry class (they will cover safety) Get your permit, then move on to some shooting classes. Sometimes the high speed classes require that you have your conceal carry to attend....