So there is this Russell Crowe quasi revenge movie, prison break for a frame job thing called The Next 3 Days. You are planning a prison break, you might need to be armed. You need a gun. He goes to a gunstore and says:
"Show me where the bullets go..." And buys a gun. Or has it already. Looks Glockish.
Then he is an expert shot. A college professor. A College professor.
As for n00bie training... There is SOME familiarization needed when buying a new pistol. I knew, from the movies, that the magazine goes there before I ever laid a hand on a pistol. I'd have figured out the Operating System of most pistols, even that inexperienced, give time and fiddling. But I am mechanically inclined. That said, I never did figure out how that SPAS shotgun worked, but I wasn't really trying. Same with the technique of loading individual rounds into a mag. I could figure that out, but it was nice to flatten that learning curve by being shown some ways to do it.
And I usually ask for the field strip technique at the gun store before taking a gun home. See the weird way a Colt Pocket Hammerless needs to be disassembled.
But you don't go from "show me where the bullets go" to good shot, much less GREAT shot. Even naturally talented and motivated.
Admittedly he only uses it once. But he does Mexican carry a Glock in the front of his pant. Which works, I guess, until it doesn't.
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