Hunting: Handgun hunting means you'll need something small enough to maneuver within a confined space with but large enough to stop what you're shooting at with one shot (often a wild boar).
To learn more about federal handgun laws and ammunition laws, visit the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearm's website and review the "Frequently Asked Questions" page.
When you're shopping for a handgun, the first thing you need to do is consider how reliable it needs to be and what purpose you want it to serve.
A handgun buyer's guide can point you in the right direction once you decide how you need to use your gun and how reliable you need it to be.
A general handgun buyer's guide can't give you those guidelines because they vary from location to location.
Save money on your hobby by purchasing cheap ammo to go with the cheap handgun or rifle that you purchased.
Handgun Control focuses its vision on the safety of guns, as well as preventing handgun violence.
In England, it's harder to have a handgun than a shotgun, which is commonly used for hunting.
If you'll be carrying the handgun in a holster, this isn't as much of a consideration.
She picked up a handgun-sized laser weapon, set it down, and picked up a smaller one.