Learning to hold a revolver correctly can prevent a serious injury.

I see a lot of people who are not familiar with revolvers holding them incorrectly when handling them at the sales counter.  When holding a revolver, you must keep all parts of your body behind the front of the cylinder.  This photo, taken with a high speed camera, shows firing a Smith & Wesson 686 6″barrel .357 Magnum.  Note the flames on either side of the cylinder are over about 10 inches long.