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Even though women have dispelled the myth of the “girl gun” for some time now, women are still directed to snub-nosed, .38 Special lightweight revolvers for self-defense. Though, easy to carry and conceal and generally more reliable than a semiautomatic, small, lightweight revolvers can really pack a punch. The author makes a good argument for the semiautomatic pistol for the new female shooter in the article, “The Best Gun for a New Shooter: Semiautomatics v. revolvers.” Which gun do you think will win?
Taking that first step into purchasing a firearm is a big decision. Once you commit to owning one, you are changing the dynamics of your entire household. Whether you are on the fence or you have decided to make that leap into being a gun owner, there are probably quite a few questions on the table. Knowing what kind of gun to buy is only part of the answer. There are also laws that limit where and how you can carry your weapon, as well as endless choices of ammunition to sort through. We thought we would take some of the guesswork out of buying your first gun and highlight some easy answers to tough questions.