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  1. Hey guys, A general place to talk about guns and firearms for 2013 ... Not to argue about the gun laws in the US as that already has a thread. This thread is a continuation of the 2012 Firearms Discussion thread found over here : http://forums.overclockersclub.com/index.php?showtopic=193208&&page=6 So tomorrow I am going to shoot a gun for the first time at the local indoor firing range with my dad. I am going to be using his Rossi .38 Special (Edit : Its the shorter barrel "Snubbie" and I can remember it throughout my 17 year life so its fairly old but well cared for) Any tips for a first time shooter ? I know the basics such as never put your finger on the trigger unless you want to shoot and to never point the gun at something you don't want to shoot at. Little bit nervous as I have very sensitive ears which is why I hardly ever go to music concerts and even though we use ear protection at the range it is still a bit scary when thinking about the dB levels and the power that the recoil is going to exert on my arms.
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