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Updated: 04/18/2014 08:00:01AM

What gun works for me?

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This week we’re going to address a lot of questions that come up in the shop — especially during our concealed carry class. The big question is, “Which gun is good for me?” Well, depending on your experience level, or in most cases your first carry gun or first gun overall, there are many things to consider and research to be done.

A great start is to find a friendly and knowledgeable gun shop. When you first decide to buy a gun, the last thing you need is a salesperson that’s unfriendly and only knowledgeable. If this sounds familiar, it should. We’ve all been there and done that. This is where the value of a truly concerned and dedicated professional can make a difference. The salesman’s role is to explain to you, in terms you can comprehend, and with no condescending attitude. An ethical gun salesperson or firearms instructor wants to see you on a regular basis and keep you as a customer. An ethical professional will also never push you into buying a particular product. Rather, a good salesperson will help you make a truly informed choice, and they stay updated on quality products on the market.

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