Ultra-modern indoor ranges may be quickly spreading across the nation, but there’s another breed of firearm experience rapidly gaining favor with shooters—even if they don’t own a gun. Want a silver-screen experience, prefer the smell of sweat in the morning or looking for a change in scenery? Now you can find it on the range.
In the fifth installment this series on self-defense for those with disabilities, we take a look at several handgun types, their common features and their positive and negative aspects for the disabled shooter. Images By Lloyd Hill