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I found this Hickkok45 video concerning how not to hold a revolver and the dangerous outcome it can have. I realize many experienced gun owners know this about revolvers, but I would bet many new to revolvers have no knowledge how they can cause severe damage to body parts.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=VFBAcz16GvU
Sorry if this is a repeat as I did not check. My apologies if that is the case.
 

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That's why you should always, if possible, read the owners manual of every gun that is new to you. Most companies have them online or at least available free.
 

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Sad that some people new to the shooting sports don't take the time to read the manuals that come with new firearms. If the gun is used and didn't have a manual with it, order one. If you need to shoot it and are not knowledgeable, get competent advice before injuring yourself. How hard is that?

Smith & Wesson's current revolver manuals have idiot proof illustrations of what not to do.

More than one person has had fingertips amputated by S&Ws .500 Mags. Don
 
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