I agree and the 9mm is a great caliber. Plus you must enjoy shooting it. That's kind of my point. If it hurts you'll never go to the range to shoot it. If you never shoot it, you never get better at it. If you have a 9mm with a Med frame that feels good to shoot and it's fun at the range, the next thing you know your not shooting at the targets but at the little post holding the targets because = your that good. That's what I was getting at. I didn't want the lady to take most advice they get from retail stores who say " how about a nice 380 or 22 or you little lady" because of their sex. Kind of frustrates me that they are stereo typed as soon as they go to the counter. My wife was. And now she shoots a Taurus Judge. We have a friend who is a magistrate judge and she carries a 357 Glock. They both tried many pistols and have the one's that feel good to them. Both can hit what they shoot at and enjoy going to the range together. I hope I didn't come across in a bad way and hope the lady doesn't settle for any less that what she is able to shoot and have fun with but protect herself at the same time.
No such thing as a "running start"
NRA, ILE, American Shooter
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