Tips and tricks on shooting a select-fire pistol (VIDEO)

There aren’t a ton of handguns capable of full-auto fire with the rarely-encountered Glock 18, Micro-Uzi and Beretta 93R making up the majority– and Hickok45 has class in session.

Hick’s classroom example is a G17 with an aftermarket Title II fun button and he delivers first-hand tribal knowledge on safety and keeping it on target.

“You don’t want to be surprised, that’s the big thing,” says Hickok, right after he rips off 33-rounds in an aim point about the size of a basket ball in the time it takes you to say abracadabra.

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