Range Day 101: Mentoring a New Shooter (VIDEO)

Competitive shooter Julie Golob holds class to cover the bases on a few tricks and tips to introduce a new shooter to firearms.

Running the gamut from basic firearms safety to sight picture and trigger control, Golob, who rings lots of steel on Team Smith & Wesson after a career that began on the U.S. Army’s Marksmanship Unit, lays down the fundamentals. Then comes the fun stuff.

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