When you approach the handgun counter at a Gander Mountain store, you’ll find scores of options from dozens of manufacturers. It is important that you ask the right questions of yourself and of the person helping you make your selection. Jeff Kersten and Robin Godolphin of Gander Mountain Academy discuss all the major types of firearms, their primary features and how they fit into the vast world of handgun use. Regardless of whether you are interested in target shooting, competition, personal defense or even just collecting firearms, Gander Mountain has the right pistol for you.
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