|Uploaded:||December 3, 2009|
|Updated:||June 4, 2010|
I have another lesson on a weapon that I will submit today. I figured since I haven't uploaded any new gun tutorials lately, I should probably do one now. As you know there are a few submissions that I have on different hand guns and riffles. Today I will teach you "how to draw a pistol". Pistols come in all different shapes and sizes and they also come in all forms of calibers and power. The guns that we know of today are usually not called pistols. In stead we refer to them as hand guns. Another form of hand gun is the revolver. These weapons look like they just came out of the western years. In all reality there are many modern revolvers that are used and collected today by gun owners and enthusiasts. A revolver is different then a pistol and I will tell you why. Pistols are usually hand guns like the Glock 17 and the GP 35. Both guns hold their bullets with a clip that is inserted under the hand grip of the gun. Revolvers on the other hand, hold their bullets in what you call a cylinder chamber, and sometimes they are called six shooters. They have one barrel that houses the ammo, and a good example of a revolver is the Nagant M1895. Both weapons are exceptionally good, it really all depends on what you prefer as a gun collector. Nowadays, people are stocking up on guns just to have them for home protection. And that's not bad at all. I mean can you really go hunting with a pistol or revolver? I don't think so. Anyways this tutorial should be fun for all you gun lovers, and learning "how to draw a pistol" step by step should be a breeze. I will be back with more drawing fun so stay tuned in and keep a look-out for more to come. Peace out people!