How my models learn to shoot

Some of the people I photograph are not familiar with firearms. I try to remedy that, both to have more versatile models and for their benefit as well. I taught the basics to two last weekend, both times using suppressed P22 and SU22. Both girls are left eye dominant but right handed, so the red dot on the SU proved very helpful. Variable length stock and very light weight of the carbine also helped. Hearing protection was used because we shot supersonic ammunition from a blowback gun, and because the sound of bullets impacting on tin cans at 15 to 25 yards can be quite loud. Standing, sitting, squatting, kneeling positions were covered.

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4 Responses to How my models learn to shoot

  1. Dandapani says:

    I’m right handed, but shoot left shoulder since I’m left eye dominant and it feels quite natural.

  2. PT says:

    Is that a >25 round magazine? It looks really long compared to what I’m used to.

  3. Girls with Guns = YUM

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