We noticed something important at last year’s Texas Firearms Festival: new shooters. Ticket holders who’d never shot a gun before. To their credit, kind-hearted reps from mainstream manufacturers took the time to introduce newbies to the joys of shooting. Unfortunately, it was a fairly slow process. Thanks to the Texas State Rifle Association (TSRA) and UTM, we’re dedicating the entire Best of the West outdoor pistol range to “learn to shoot”instruction, available to both Shooter and Non-Shooter ticket holders. On November 14 and 15, TSRA’s expert instructors will teach . . .
handgun basics: grip, stance, sight picture, breathing, trigger press and follow through. New shooters will emerge from the experience with the attitude and technique they need to begin a lifetime of pleasure enjoying in the shooting sports, and the foundational mindset and skills they need for armed self-defense.
But before all that, new shooters will be taught firearms safety. Always safety. As we pointed out in a previous post, safety is the Texas Firearms Festival’s first and highest priority. The TSRA – protecting the rights of the law-abiding citizens to keep and bear arms – wants to make sure …read more
Source:: Truth About Guns