That was a reasonable “introduction” session. The Host (Crowder) was soft-spoken, patient, polite and supportive; these are essential in helping people who have no firearms experience to feel comfortable when trying something so “scary”.
I liked that the video took them through basic safety rules in an “accepting” manner, and the range experience was as low-key as possible.
If I had a criticism, it would be the first few minutes when Crowder was standing in front of the table where the students were handling pistols; they had no choice but to point the pistols at him before he told them that was not a safe handling practice.
It was not clear if they were functional pistols, but his statement that “we know they aren’t loaded” violates rule one of firearms safety.
I’ve been teaching firearms safety and practices for 8 years, and I realize it’s difficult to when the attendees have NO experience.
I’ll give the video an 85% … it has good beat, and I can dance to it.
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