A handgun is a very challenging firearm to use when hunting. Some prefer it to a rifle or shotgun, because while it demands added patience, hunting with it can be a very satisfying experience. Let's look at the parts and various actions available.
Parts of a Handgun
The tube-shaped part of the handgun through which a bullet is fired. The barrel is attached to the frame and can vary in length. The longer the barrel, the more accurate the handgun will be in hitting a target.
The part of the handgun that all other parts are attached to or housed in.
The action on a handgun loads, fires and ejects a cartridge.