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Old 03-01-2012, 10:10 PM   #21
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...because many times ladies won't tell their guys to let the ladies pick their own firearms. Other times it takes the example set by some gents, to encourage other gents to let their ladies do their own gun shopping. Anything is easy if you know how to do it.

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Old 03-01-2012, 10:43 PM   #22
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If you live in an area that has gun ranges where you can rent guns, take her and see if you can find something she feels comfortable with. If you mom will spend time learning to shoot a pistol well enough to defend herself with it, it is all good.

I would try to convince my mom to get a short barrel pump shotgun.
There is very few things in this world that would be more scary than to have a scared woman pointing a shotgun at you.
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I'd recommend the CZ 75B because I have a healthy pistol collection and this is the one my wife and 16 YO daughter keep going back to.

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Springfield XD 9mm 4" $434.00 ships free

Hang a light or laser on it and you have one great HD gun.
Another gud suggestion - I have the XD 45acp Tactical & its -- Well, just 100% in every department! Waiting on a lite for it now
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the pink is awesome, I mean awesome. Very nice
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Because my wife wont get on the forum. My wife chose her SR9c and I bought one for myself after she let me shoot hers over a month later.
Thats how i ended up with a xdm. Wife bought one she let me try it and i had to have one in 45acp
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I would say SR9C also , but heres a suggestion make sure she can work the slide properly . My mom could not she didnt have enough strength in her hand to work the slide so were going with a .38 revolver
I just want to chime in on the slide issue. I see a lot of men on here say "make sure she can rack the slide" like it's an extremely difficult thing to do. I'm not very big, 5'3" and weigh much less than most of y'all probably do (a lady never tells ) and have yet to have a semi-auto in my hands with a slide I could not rack. I push forward on gun with my left hand and pull the slide back with my right, voila...locked and loaded Even with carpal tunnel in both wrists racking a slide is not a problem.
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I just want to chime in on the slide issue. I see a lot of men on here say "make sure she can rack the slide" like it's an extremely difficult thing to do. I'm not very big, 5'3" and weigh much less than most of y'all probably do (a lady never tells ) and have yet to have a semi-auto in my hands with a slide I could not rack. I push forward on gun with my left hand and pull the slide back with my right, voila...locked and loaded Even with carpal tunnel in both wrists racking a slide is not a problem.
HotMama bet you haven't racked the slide on a 460 Rowland 1911 with the 24# recoil spring have ya?
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