From Girl’s Guide to Guns

A PRIMER ON selecting your first handgun. The author lays out the choices succinctly. But the key point is: nobody can choose for you. You will get lots of advice, based on individuals’ personal preferences, most of it bad. But there are some basic facts to be considered, and Marr lays them out well. The point he illustrates but does not really mention explicitly is that the choice to arm yourself is one of personal responsibility, and part of that is taking responsibility for educating yourself on the subject and ensuring your competence (including that you are not a danger to those around you). The process of choosing your weapon is a part of that taking of responsbility.

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