Make it light and slap a pink grip on it, POOF! It's a girls gun! Not!One thing that always confused me is the types of guns companys market to women I mean yeah I'm a guy so I dunno and everyones different but like the PM9 for example, and these lightweight snub nose 38 and 357 revolvers. Those things are kinda uncomfortable for me to shoot much and my X girlfriend I'd let her shoot my LCR and she *hated* the recoil of the thing. I dunno seems weird they'd market guns like that ya know. Like that ladysmith 357 smith has, I don't think *I'd* even wanna shoot that thing much at all but I dunno, just something about a light 357 with a 2 inch barrel doesn't sound like a fun day blasting away at the range...
Exactly, now what I thought makes a good first gun for a lady is that new LCR in 22lr, I think one in 22 magnum would make more sense for a little carry gun but I like the little thing. I'd actually carry one in 22 mag I mean think about it Horniday makes some good 22winmag ammo and I think the 22LR is like an 8 or 9 shot revolver, I'm sure one in 22mag could hold that much. That's decent firepower for a little revolver I think.Make it light and slap a pink grip on it, POOF! It's a girls gun! Not!
My mother shoots a S&W 3913 Ladysmith and my aunt likes to shoot the 1911 government.
Hmmm....what kind of men have you run into? I can fire my S&W Performance Center 500 Magnum with my pinky toe....and get a 5-shot 1-inch group at 100 yards.
I'm not saying they can't, I'm saying that's all they are comfortable for carry. One is a very good friend of mine who isn't a 'rugged' dude, he's just a city boy that wanted protection. He also shot himself in the hand, so maybe it's good that he didn't have anything bigger than that.Hmmm....what kind of men have you run into? I can fire my S&W Performance Center 500 Magnum with my pinky toe....and get a 5-shot 1-inch group at 100 yards.