Online Training: Selecting a handgun – Part 1

This week, Mike Seeklander takes you through the initial thought process in selecting firearms for self defense. We go through important factors such as reliability, ergonomics and accuracy. If you missed the first part called Action vs. Intent, click here. First posted on 1-4-12.

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4 Responses to Online Training: Selecting a handgun – Part 1

  1. John Flyum

    January 5, 2012 at 6:24 pm

    What one handed shooting stories are there about self-defense about handicaped armed citizens? One of my arms is always tied up using a blind-cane or my working-guide-dog.

  2. Richard

    January 7, 2012 at 10:31 am

    Michael – I enjoyed your video – Online Training: Selecting a handgun – Part 1”. I am very interested in the holster you are using shown at the end of the video. I would like to purchase one for a S&W M&P Compact. Could you please tell me who makes the holster and where I can purchase one.

    Thanks.

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  4. Alfred Sauve

    December 17, 2013 at 3:30 pm

    So much better story on “first gun selection” than the one Todd Jarrett did for SUSA.

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