That's what the man said. We went to dinner with a group of people here in Arizona recently and one of the guys was taking his GF and another woman shooting. He had just taken a concealed carry class in Minnesota and the instructor told the class that revolvers were dangerous and the safest gun to carry was an "automatic." I asked the guy to please explain and the story goes like this. All handguns should be carried without a round in the chamber and it's not safe because the revolver's cylinder can accidently be turned making the gun unsafe. The instructor didn't seem to know that modern revolvers have a firing pin block. He went on to tell me how safe a automatic is because all you have to do is go like this and put a bullet in it. He simulated racking a slide. I just kept my mouth shut after that. One of the women that he was going to take shooting went to a GS and they sold her a little Keltec and she found out after the fact that she wasn't strong enough to pull the trigger. For fun I asked her if it was a revolver or automatic and she said. "I don't know, I told them I wanted a defensive gun.