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Mar 16, 2013

Got Guns! How To Load & Unload a Revolver One Handed!

    I know that concealed weapons and right to bear arms is a huge topic right now. And after my accident that was one of my first things on my to do list. I was determined to figure out ways to be able to hunt and to be able to use firearms comfortably as an upper arm amputee. My boyfriend had bought me a Ruger snub nose 38 sp for my graduation present before my accident. A Couple months after my accident I successfully got my concealed weapons license with my boyfriends whole family it was a great day! I was so happy! I cant wait for hunting season! Everything feels so new again!
    Anyway I was finally able to shoot some videos of me with my revolver. These three videos will help you in showing how you can load and unload the gun easily with one hand. Just practice loading and unloading and you'll get quicker. Just find which way is most comfortable to you and quickest. Again I really recommend for loading using the speed loaders. Being an amputee it saves time, instead of messin around with individual bullets. But everyone has their own preference. Remember just because your an amputee doesn't mean you can't be licensed!


  1. you look great , how did you lose your arm

  2. Aww Thank you, you can go to the My Story tab and read the game changer post. But basically I had a car accident in Nov 2012.

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