January 13, 2013
It's always a good idea to try a variety of guns at the range before buying one, said Gracie McKee, a National Rifle Association-certified training counselor and chief range safety officer from Vancouver. The feel of a gun in your hand is important, and you want to pick one that you're comfortable with, she said.
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