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  • By Bear on January 10, 2015

    This is now available in a revised edition, but the original is still valid. Paxton covers the emotional preparedness, choices in defensive weapons (we are talking guns here), how to learn, practice, and become proficient and comfortable with firearms. A lot of motivational, factual stories. Handgun choices today are much different, but her generic recommendations (caliber, weight, size) still apply.

  • By Earl Cadle on January 23, 2014

    The book was in excellent condition and Ms Quigley had a lot to tell the ladies. Of course there is the other side of the debate, but to have Ms Quigley convert from that side and explain why is exactly what should be published. The "Gun Community" is all too often portrayed as uneducated, backwards, neo-neanderthals with limited thought capabilities. It is fantastic to see another woman join the debate on the side of shooters. It isn't that there aren't a lot of women shooting, but that the ones that are have been marginalized, or that part of their life has been, and people aren't aware that very feminine, intelligent mothers are also trigger operators.

  • By Big Ed on January 2, 2001

    Not just for women only and don't let the publication date fool you either. The book is still very informative and an excellant guide for anyone curious about handguns and their lawful use in self defense. Geared towards women and therefore very informative leaving nothing to chance. Though it wouldn't hurt to be updated to include some of new calibers out in the market now, e.g. 357 SIG, 10mm, etc., it still provides all the necessary basics for anyone interested in handgun selection, safety, ownership, and lawful use. A good reference book in anyone's library on this subject. Definitely worth the price!

  • By Kathy Atkins on August 29, 2016

    I have read this many times and given this book to many of my Lady friends...

  • By Guest on February 25, 2017

    Great reading for anyone who wishes to become more informed where firearms are concerned.

  • By Karen W. on June 11, 2014

    Since I am interested in learning gun safety and the right to own a gun, as a woman, I found this book to be very interesting and learned new things about the subject.

  • By Enscribe on January 10, 2013

    This book has some real eye openers about how crimes happen and talks through various scenarios. Gets to be redundant in the later chapters for those that are not new to shooting, but overall well worth the read.

  • By Terry Hueffed on October 18, 2014

    Very good book. I am a man and I read it because of the recommendations it received.


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