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First Time Handgun Buyers Guide

If you're looking for a home defense weapon, you should consider a smaller caliber weapon. Smaller rounds are easier for inexperienced shooters to keep on their target, deal with the sound of the weapon and more.

Most new gun owners who fire a handgun from inside of a car or home will regret if they purchased a powerful caliber of handgun. Regret based on the power of the sound alone. I fired a 357 on an indoor gun range (one designed to absorb sound) and I had earplugs in. Still, my ears rang for a few moments. If you were shooting from a car, you might permanently lose some hearing. I can only imagine a 44 and the sound that might generate.

You also need to consider how far bullets will travel through walls and other obstacles. If you live in an apartment building or duplex, you must consider how your guns rounds may travel through surrounding walls.

A 357 can go well into the engine block of the car, and will speed their way through most walls and even firewalls between rooms in homes, and apartment buildings.

If you choose something like a 9MM and pick the right ammunition, the rounds are many times less likely to travel through walls and hurt others. Modern ammunition designs offer many great options. I personally like hollow points. A hollow point round spreads fast as it first hits anything. This not only increases the stopping power when used for self defense, it slows the rate of travel through walls and other objects.

It is true that the stopping power of a 45 is twice that of a 9MM or 38. A 45 is.45 inches in diameter round. With a full metal jacket round point, it will travel through walls and common structures with ease. Which makes the caliber of a more risky choice for home defense. The last thing anyone wants to do is try to defend themselves and harm an innocent in the process.

If you are in need of a self-defense handgun with a good deal of stopping power, a 45 can be a great choice. So you should choose a caliber based on your body type and the environment you're in. When you are purchasing rounds for your new handgun, consider hollow point rounds for self-defense. They are very effective at stopping criminals, and less effective at traveling through walls.

Consider the type of handgun

Semi-automatics are faster to reload than revolvers. Being able to reload a prepared clip saves time when you need to use more rounds at a faster pace.

Revolvers are better suited for heavier defensive loads. If stopping power is your ultimate concern, then revolvers are the proven choice. Also, many new gun owners and first time shooters like the feeling of more control and safety that revolvers provide. Reliability is something that also tends to make revolvers a choice. They have much fewer moving parts.

Calibers determine how much recoil you feel more than anything else, but the use of internal pressures as gasses by semi-autos does seem to reduce the feeling of recoil to some degree.

Popular calibers in the gun industry are very different from handgun selection for grizzly bear defense. Larger handguns may be the best choice from some responsible handgun owner, but for defense guns intended to be used for home or self-defense, most are served by a more accessible firearm. The firearm type you choose should fit your needs well. Take some time to learn a little handgun terminology as you start to shop for your handgun.

The size of the caliber matters 

Shot placement is more important than cartridge power. It is more important to hit your target than it is to destroy the target utterly. Stopping power is certainly a consideration when the other party is armed, or when they are in an altered mental state that allows them to ignore pain and reality. Even criminals tend to retreat when they hear and experience gunfire, especially when they are hit with the first bullet.

SemiAutomatic or Revolver

Semi-automatics use a single action to load and fire each round. Revolvers use two actions to load and fire each shot.

Revolvers are easier to operate because there are fewer parts.


Semi-automatics use gas pressure to load the next round into the chamber.

Most pistols hold six to eighteen rounds.

Semi-automatics require some manual effort to reload.

They don't work well with high-caliber bullets.


Revolver is a type of firearm used to shoot multiple rounds at once.

Single-action revolvers require you to cock the hammer before every shot.

Double-action revolvers use less effort to fire.

The Caliber

Caliber determines how much force the bullet exerts on the target. The larger the size of the round, the more force that can be brought to bear on your target.

Bullets with greater calibers are stronger. Just remember to consider the location you intend to use the weapon in most, and your purpose. This will help you choose the best handgun and the best ammunition for that weapon.

A good defensive weapon should have a reasonable amount of recoil and stopping power. This is a matter of personal choice, your intended use, and your environment.

Ease in Maintenance

It's important to clean and oil your gun before shooting, and after target practice or use.

Some guns are easier to maintain than others. Revolvers are easier, but with today's modern gun cleaning kits and tools, all are easy to do.

Try before you buy

You should try out multiple guns before buying one. This sounds crazy coming from a company that sells guns online. But we do want you happy with your purchase. Find a local gun range that rents handguns and try a few out. This can help you choose between semi-autos and revolvers. Once you have that decided, it makes your gun purchase easier, and more informed.

Test your gun with 50 rounds of defensive ammo. Or share 25 rounds in each handgun type if that is helpful. 

Semi-automatic handguns should be tested for reliability. Some have a tendency to give owners trouble, especially when not well maintained and cleaned after every use. 

Revolvers tend to feel more comfortable to clean, and from a safety standpoint to me. Maybe it is because semi-autos fire rate is so impressive. Or it may be because when opened to clean you can see that the revolver is clear of ammunition. In something like a 9mm, you need to check the chamber to assure that all is clear after removing the clip.

Safety should always come before shooting. Make sure you know how to use the weapon safely. This may mean taking a gun safety class, and gun safety should always include a trigger lock and proper storage of your new weapon.

Owning a defensive handgun is a huge responsibility, but it can give you peace of mind. Just knowing that a handgun is there in case you need it can literally help you sleep at night. Life can bring us many surprises sad to say that violence is one of those. So having a handgun can provide you with a great deal of peace of mind, especially when you practice and train with the handgun often.

Considering the price for your first handgun

Consider the price of the firearm before buying it. Shopping at Top Gun Supply is a popular choice because we offer great prices, and the best customer service.

When buying a handgun online, remember to read the product details carefully. Understand how the handgun calibers will impact your buying decision.

Also, know that when you purchase a handgun from Top Gun Supply, we follow all Federal firearm laws. We will need to send your newly purchased handgun to a licensed firearms dealer through the FFL transfer process.

As a new Gun Owner you need to learn the firearm fundamentals and practice gun safety. Whether you purchase a handgun online or offline at one of our local stores in Florida or Ohio, you should receive some level of training and spend time on an indoor range, or outdoor range practicing with the new handgun.

Having an effective firearms training regime is as important as your safety selection, the safety mechanisms of the gun you select, and the bullet weight or caliber of the weapon itself. Understanding the basics of your gun, like the firing mechanism, firing pin, and how to prevent accidental discharge, are critical for you as the gun owner. 

Whether you choose a 6-shot,.357 Magnum revolver,.45 auto, 9mm, or another handgun, do consider receiving professional training from a proper agency firearm instructor. Searching for the term Firearms Academies in Google or your favorite search engine will produce local results near you for training. 

Before carrying your handgun in public, handgun owners should familiarize themselves with the handgun laws in their area. A great free online resource for local handgun laws can be found here.




Firearm Safety

Teaching Gun Safety

Everyone should learn gun safety. Like many things in life, it is better to learn gun safety when you are young. My journey with guns really started when I was a young preteen at camp during the summer. My father owned guns and would on occasion show one to me, or talk about the one he won in a raffle that was a very fancy shotgun. We would also take time and look at the guns that he had inherited from my grandfather and from his uncles. However, we never went shooting really, and he did not take me hunting as a child.

At camp there was a gun range and you could go there and shoot small 22 long rifle guns. The camp was a YMCA run camp, and they had their act together when it came to controlling the gun range and promoting gun safety. The only direction you could even point your gun was down range at the targets, and you were shown how to load, fire, and handle the guns before you ever received your first round of ammo.

Teaching Your Children About Gun Safety

Teaching your kids about guns is important because it helps prevent accidental shootings.

You should start talking about guns when your kid is young.

Children should learn how to use guns responsibly.

You should start teaching kids about guns when they first notice them or hear about them.

Children should know that guns are dangerous and not toys.

You should teach your kids how to handle a gun safely.


Children should learn about guns at an early age. The age for your child will vary based on the child. Some children can start learning very young, while others need more time to mature and understand their surroundings.

It's important to consider the child's personality before deciding what to teach them. As with other lessons in life, you should adjust the lessons you share to the child. Just make certain to always hit the key points of safety.

Take the Mystery out of Firearms

Teaching kids to respect guns is important because they don't understand the dangers. This is not the teenage 10 feet tall and bullet proof feeling I am talking about. It is the nave nature of children I refer to here. When appropriate for your child, going on a hunt can be useful because you can share the consequences of firearm safety mistakes very clearly when they see and experience the death of an animal.

Guns are dangerous things, and they need to understand that concept as a reality. If hunting is not an option for you for whatever reason, there are many other things you can do with your child to help them develop a strong respect for firearms.

You want children to always respect firearms and the danger they can bring in the wrong hands. This way, if kids see a gun in someone's house, they won't want to touch it.

Incorporate Visual Aids

Bloody animals are used to teach kids about guns.

Your child should learn gun safety from you, not from TV shows. There are great videos that can help you with your conversation about firearm safety, but TV shows and movies are the source of a separation from reality for children.

The message you should share is that guns are dangerous if not handled correctly.

Emphasize Safety Above All Else

It's important to teach kids about guns at a young age. This way, they are not experimenting on their own unsupervised during their first encounter with a weapon.

If your kid finds a loaded gun, tell him/her to leave and find an adult immediately.

Children should know about guns before they see violent movies. Whether you let your kids see certain types of films or TV shows is a parent's choice. What you should always do is teach a child about guns before letting them watch guns being used on the big screen.

It's important to talk to children about gun violence. Part of your conversation should include how guns are misused. You adjust this conversation to make it age appropriate, but it should still occur early on and be discussed many times during their early development.

The 4 universal rules of gun safety. Always, always follow these rules!

  1. Treat all guns as if they are always loaded.
  2. Never let the muzzle point at anything that you are not willing to destroy.
  3. Keep your finger off the trigger until your sights are on target and you have made the decision to shoot.
  4. Be sure of your target and what is behind it.

Parents, what is the Safest Way to Store a Gun?

Keep the gun unloaded and locked away. A gun safe and a gun trigger lock should both be used. Gun cabinets are not as secure as gun safes for many reasons.

Lock the bullets separately from the gun. This helps protect your children, and also may protect you as the homeowner from criminals turning your own guns on you.

Consider using a gun lock. I use separate gun locks on the triggers of everyone of my guns. I will not even leave the gun store without a new trigger lock.

Why Is Proper Gun Storage So Important?

Gun storage prevents accidents, crime, and keeps children safe.

Teens should never be able to access a gun and bullets alone. We have all seen stories of teen violence and situations where one or more teens have taken guns to school and started shooting. Often these teens have mental issues that were known to the parents and others in the community. If the guns and ammo they used to attack others had been properly secured, we would not have to see these situations unfold.

If you have a gun in your house, make sure it's unloaded and locked away.

If someone in your family has depression, remove all guns from the house. Just locking a gun away may not be enough. You must control access to the firearm and the ammunition. The easiest way to do this is to secure your firearm.


Teaching your kids about gun safety will make them safer around guns.

If kids see an unsupervised firearm, they should stop, don't touch, and leave the area.

Find a trusted adult figure and talk about what you saw.

As your child gets older, he/she should start learning how to shoot guns. This should be in the form of a proper gun safety training course by a certified instructor. I think it is great for parents to reinforce what the child learns in class, and even take that class with the child. Just do not set yourself or a child up for failure by teaching them the wrong things. Enroll them in a proper class at the right age.


Consider the size and weight of a firearm before buying it.

Semi-autos are the easiest guns to use.

Rifles are better at learning how to shoot because they're long and have a larger sight radius.

Use a bench with a bag to make carrying easier.

Bipods help stabilize the gun.


Shooting games help kids learn about guns and aim properly.

Bullet holes are made by shooting guns.

You must aim carefully if you want to win.


You should teach your child how to shoot safely.

Your child will develop confidence, discipline, and shooting skills.

Watch the Eddie the Eagle gun safety video with your child and then when appropriate enroll them in a gun safety class.




Professional Gun Suppressors


In 1908, Hiram Percy Maxim invented and sold the world's first commercially available silencer. Because he had patented the invention, Maxim became known as the inventor of the silencer. His company, Maxim Industries, began advertising the product in magazines such as Field & Stream and Outdoor Life.

Mufflers were first used as part of automobiles' exhaust systems during the 1920s, but didn't become widespread until after World War II. In many English speaking countries, automotive mufflers are referred to as silencers. President Theodore Roosevelt was known to buy and use Maxim silencers.

In the past, silencers were rarely used. However, today, silencers are frequently used by agents of the U.S. Office of Strategic Services , who favor the new High Standard HDM.22 caliber rifle during WWII. OSS director William J. "Wild Bill" Donovan demonstrates the handgun for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, while OSS research chief Stanley L. Lovell watches. After firing ten rounds into a sandbag, Donovan announces what he did and hands the smoking weapon to FDR, who is stunned.

Welrod Pistol with Integral Silencer was also used by American OSS during World War II. By the year 2020, the U.S. Marines had begun fielding suppressors as part of their standard equipment. Suppressors were issued to every infantryman in the Marine Corps, replacing M1911A1 pistols. On June 10, 2020, the Marine Corps announced plans to purchase more than 30,000 suppressors by the end of 2028.


ATF defines silencers as devices designed to reduce the report of gunfire by muffling the sound of a shot fired from a gun. Suppressors are used primarily to silence shots fired from handguns.

In Britain, the word "silencer" refers to either a car muffler or a firearm muzzle device. In America, the term "suppressor" applies to both types of devices.

Both silencer and suppressor apply equally to sound, and both are applicable to complete and total quiet, as well as partial reductions. The NRA's goal is to ease regulations on silencers, while ASA wants to move them into the mainstream.

In the late 1980s, the National Rifle Association and the Academy of Science published studies showing that firearms equipped with sound suppressors reduced noise levels enough to protect the hearing of nearby bystanders. These findings were used to promote the idea that silencers could be used safely to reduce the risk of hearing loss among hunters, law enforcement officers, and others who might otherwise be exposed to gunfire. Since then, the number of states requiring owners of handguns to register them with local authorities has increased dramatically, while the number of registered silencer owners has remained relatively stable.

The ASA changed its name to the American Suppressor Association in order to dispel misconceptions about suppressor technology. Gun control supporters say the change is semantic propaganda designed to mislead people into thinking that suppressors are less dangerous than other firearms technologies. Gun rights activists argue that the widespread use of the word silencer reflects technical ignorance, and is poorly defined.

In fact, both terms mean exactly the same thing, but the National Firearms Act defines them differently. The term "silencer" means any device designed or redesigned to reduce the report of a firearm by more than 25 decibels, whether such reduction occurs before, during, or after the combustion phase of ammunition expansion. The term "suppressor" means any device used primarily for silencing firearms other than machine guns.

Design and construction

A cross section drawing of a centerfire silencer shows how the reflexion chamber goes around the gun barrel. There are four sound baffles, which are carefully shaped to deflect gases. Diffractors are used to reduce the noise level while still allowing the bullet to be fired accurately.

Baffles and spacers

Silencers use baffles to reduce the noise of firing a firearm. These devices are often used to muffle the sound of a gunshot fired from a distance. Most silencers are designed to be attached to firearms using threaded fittings. Some silencers may also be fitted directly onto the barrel of a gun.

M-type baffles create turbulent bore lines and are effective in reducing emissions. However, they do not reduce hydrocarbon concentrations as well as other types of baffles. K-type baffles draw gas away from the borderline by diverting flow into pockets of dead air. These pockets allow the gas to expand more freely than it could if the pocket were absent. Because of this expansion, the gas exits the baffles faster than it would without the pockets. Z-type baffles are expensive to make because of complex machining requirements. Omega-type baffle design incorporates a scalloped mouth which creates cross-bore turbulence which directs exhaust gas toward a mouse hole opening between the baffle stacks and sidewalls. This design reduces emissions but does not increase efficiency.

Baffles made of aluminum are rarely used with fully automatic weapons. Steel and other metals withstand heat better than aluminum. Suppressors using steel baffles can last longer than those using aluminum. High quality suppressors use steel baffles.

There are many different styles of baffles used in silencers today. Some manufacturers use a set of baffles that are placed within the chamber of a suppressor. Others use a set of baffling stacked within the chamber. Still others use a set of bafflings that are added to the muzzle end of a barrel. In some cases, there may be more than one set of baffles. Each set of baffles has a purpose. For instance, there might be a set of baffles near the muzzle that redirects the gas away from the shooter and toward the back of the gun. Then there might be a second set of baffles behind the first set that directs the gas flow downward towards the ground. These two sets of baffles work together to create a complete system.

Wipes and packing material

Suppressors were commonly used during the Vietnam War era, but most modern suppressors do away with using wipes. Because any part that touches the bullet has serious accuracy implications, wipes are generally avoided.

Silencers work by reducing the noise level of a gunshot. In order to achieve this effect, a large amount of air needs to be displaced by a smaller volume of gas. The larger the ratio of displacement to volume, the greater the reduction in sound. For example, if you double the size of your chamber, the same number of rounds can produce half as much noise. Using a wet silencer allows you to accomplish this more efficiently, since there is less air inside the silencer than there would be if it were dry.

Steel wool packs are very common among gun owners because they work well for many types of weapons. However, they degrade quickly when exposed to high temperatures. In addition, they do not provide any cooling effect after the first few shots fired. Stainless steel wool lasts much longer than regular steel wool, but it still needs to be replaced every time you use it.

Suppressors are now designed to be easily disassembled into individual components for easy cleaning. Legal changes in the United States have made it harder for users to get replacement parts. Newer designs reflect this change.


Silencer technology is improving every day, and there are many different kinds available. Integral silencers are attached directly to the barrel of the gun, while external ones attach to the muzzle. Some suppressors are made out of plastic or metal, some are made out of fiberglass, and others are constructed using carbon fiber.

Advanced types

The Dead Air Armament Sandman-S Suppressor - 7.62 w/MB

The Sandman-S features a QD system is design perfection. The Stellite baffles are welded into a solid core for added strength and durability. An innovative 7.62 design first, the front cap is detachable and features an integrated flash hider. This affords better performance, particularly in low light conditions. The detachable front cap also provides some level of insurance should the Sandman-S get dropped or abused. Compatible with 5.7X28MM (FNH), 17HMR, 17 HORNET, 22 HORNET, 5.56 NATO, 22-250 REM, .204 RUGER, .243 WIN, 6.5 CREEDMOOR, 6.8 SPC, 7.62 NATO, 7MM REM MAG, .30-06 SPRINGFIELD, 300 BLACKOUT, .300 WIN , 5.45X39MM. *Note- Barrel must be concentric with bore- 7.62X39MM and 7.62X54R.

Another brand that is looked at as one of the best brands is the Sig Sauer. There Sig Sauer MODX-45 Suppressor is an excellent example of the quality suppressor that Sig Sauer manufacturers.

There are many ways to reduce or eliminate the sound of a firearm without using a silencer. Most common methods include shooting farther away than normal, increasing the distance between the shooter and target, and reducing the amount of gas pressure behind the bullet by altering the design of the cartridge case.

Supersonic ammunition is impractical because it produces a loud noise. Cartridges such as.22 LR and 45ACP are easier to suppress than other types of ammunition.


Silencers are regulated differently across different countries. Some countries allow them to be used legally, while others do not.

Everything to Know About Firearm Suppressors

The number of civilian purchases of firearms suppressors rose by more than 40 percent last year. In addition, there were more than 5,000 new applications submitted for licenses to carry concealed weapons and more than 1,700 new permits issued. These numbers show that hunters want to be armed but also want to protect themselves from hearing loss caused by gunfire.

In the first part of the video, we hear the sound of the firing mechanism being pulled back into place after each shot. As the firing pin strikes the powder charge, it produces a dull thud. After each round is fired, the gas pressure pushes the bullet out of the barrel. At the end of the clip, the propellants exit the barrel and create a loud report as they tear apart the air around them.

How Firearm Suppressors Work

The BATFE defines a firearm suppressor as "a device for silencing, muzzling or diminishing the report" of a firearm. Suppressors work much like car mufflers do, reducing the noise caused by firing a weapon.

A.22LR round traveling at around 1000 ft/s produces a loud report similar to a firecracker going off. A 9mm round traveling at around 1200 ft/s also makes a loud report, although less than that produced by a.22LR. A.45ACP round traveling at around 1300 ft/s makes a very quiet report comparable to a pop gun. A.357 Magnum traveling at around 1500 ft/s makes a much quieter report compared to other rounds.

Feral Pigs are generally considered pests by farmers and ranchers because they destroy crops and feed upon livestock. Most feral pigs do not respond to gunshots unless startled or wounded. However, some individuals may be aggressive toward humans. In addition, if a large number of pigs are killed simultaneously, the remaining animals may become extremely agitated and dangerous.

Benefits of Using a Firearm Suppressor for Hunting

Suppressors make shooting less noisy but you should always wear ear protection while shooting. Hearing loss is cumulative over time.

While there are some advantages to using a silenced firearm, such as increased accuracy and reduced recoil, there are also disadvantages. For example, a silencer does not allow you to hear what your gun sounds like while shooting. As well, many people do not want to be around someone else shooting a gun, especially if they are inside or near buildings.

Suppressors are used by law enforcement officers to reduce noise levels during high risk situations. These devices are attached to firearms via adapters.

Purchasing a Firearm Suppressor

Suppressors are regulated by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives . To buy a suppressor, you need to go to a licensed firearms dealer and fill out several forms including the ATF Form 4. You'll need to submit fingerprints and proof of identity. Once approved, you may then receive a serial number for your suppressor.

The completed paperwork is sent to the Department of the treasury with a check or money order for 200 dollars known as a transfer tax. It must be paid before ownership is transferred from the dealer/transferor to the transferee. Additional $200 transfer tax must be paid to the department every time the suppressor changes ownership. It may make more financial sense to register the suppressors to a living trust or corporation.

The approval process takes 9 to 12 months to receive stamped ATF form 4 from the NFA Branch. Once received, the dealer allows the transferee to take delivery of their new suppressor and a copy of the stamped ATF form 4 must accompany the suppresser at all times. Suppressors can be transported to any state which allows private ownership, but transporting a suppressed firearm into one of the states that prohibits private ownership may subject the individual to state felony charges.

As legal use of firearms suppressors for hunting continues, we must learn more about the latest equipment and legislation in our state to inform Gamekeepers. Landowners and wildlife managers using innovative products and methods play a crucial role in effectively managing future wild game, feral pig and coyote populations on your land.

Summary of Federal Law

In 1934, Congress passed the National Firearms Act , regulating "firearms" such as machineguns, silencers, and various other weapons. To be legal, any gun had to first be registered by ATF, and then there was a special tax paid.

Anyone making or possessing an NFA firearm must first register them with the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco Firearms and Explosives .

Any person who is unlicensed as an importer, manufacture, or dealer must pay taxes upon transferring or making an NFN weapon. The NFN requires ATF to maintain a centralized registry of all NFN weapons, including silencers that are "not in the possession or control" of the U.S. Government, i.e., silencer owners whose firearms were seized by law enforcement agencies, are also included in the registry.

Each registered silencer includes: Identification of the silencer, such as serial number, model, and caliber, etc.; name and address of the manufacture, maker, or importers, if known; date of registration; name and address of person entitled to possess the firearm; and proof of registration.

Over 900,000 silencers were registered under the National Firearms act in 1968. Gun control act of 1968 defined firearm as any weapon used by the military or law enforcement agencies. Therefore, silencer falls under the definition of firearms. Silencers are therefore regulated under gun control act of 1968.

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