Gun owners need to be aware if why kinds of guns they can handle, according to Glenn Fleming from Acadiana Gunworks, who joined "Mornings With Ken and Bernie" Friday.

"You'll see small guys or small women...trying to shoot like a .500 magnum...or just some huge cannon of a gun," Fleming said. "And usually it ends up with kind of humorous results."

"But sometimes it's not so humorous," Fleming continued.

Fleming gave the story of a woman who tried to shoot a "bigger caliber revolver," but it reportedly recoiled in her hand, "cocked again, and it went back, pointed toward her head and went off, and it killed her."

Fleming said to consider your physical capabilities and the size of the gun when making a decision on what type of gun to buy.

He also discussed a federal judge's ruling earlier in the week, calling a ban on handguns in Chicago unconstitutional. Though the city is appealing the ruling, Fleming said the decision was a "step in the right direction."

Fleming discussed much more, including the story of a Florida homeowner who defended his home from invaders by using an AK-47, as well as a new proposal from the Obama administration regarding HIPAA and the Second Amendment.

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