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A video that shows you how to properly aim a handgun and how to use a scope is going viral in Canada.
The course, titled “Shooting with a scope” by a Toronto shooting instructor, teaches you to get the most out of a gun with a sight, trigger, and a set of safety rules.
The instructor explains that you will be shooting from a distance of 10 metres.
It takes about a half-hour to learn the basics.
“Shoot at a distance,” the video says, “where there are no obstacles to hit.”
The video was posted to YouTube on Saturday by an unnamed person who called himself “Mr. Big.”
The person says he has been teaching the course for about five years.
He said he and his wife have two sons and they have been shooting handguns for 20 years.
The video shows the instructor and his son walking through a classroom.
The video shows a student holding a pistol and looking around the room, and the instructor tells his son to fire, then the instructor shoots him in the head.
“You’ll be able to say that’s the best part,” the instructor says.
The person says it is important to learn proper aim, because the firearm is a toy and the aim is not guaranteed.
“We’ve had people shoot and miss and get hit,” the person says.
“And we’ve had them shoot a deer.”
The instructor says that if the target is moving, the student should be aiming for the front of the target, not the side.
“The front of a deer is the easiest target,” the man says.
He says it also happens when the target moves around, but it is harder to shoot a human.
“When you’re aiming for a human target, it takes a lot of time to get it down, to get a good grip, and it takes the same amount of time,” the other person says in the video.
The instructor explains the aim can be a little hard to remember if the student is not familiar with it.
“It’s very difficult to remember, but you know you’re doing it,” the second person says, to which the instructor replies, “You know what I mean.”
The man said he thinks the instructor has been very accurate in teaching the fundamentals of shooting.
“I think he’s really helped us,” the individual said.
The YouTube video has been shared more than 50,000 times and has been viewed nearly 8 million times, according to the CBC.