She is a great shot with it too. AFter watching her shoot at the meet last month I wouldn't want to be on the wrong end of a gun in her hands.James said:Definitely let her hold, and preferably shoot, the guns. She will then let you know which one she likes.
My wife started out with a revolver, S&W Mod 60 357 Mag. She would not shoot the Mag ammo in it though because of the recoil. She is fine with 38s. This gun is a bit heavy for her to want to carry it though. She even shoots my XD 45, but can't rack the slide, and again it is too heavy for her to carry.
Racking the slide was her biggest concern on the semis, since she doesn't have the strength in her hands. Then she saw the Beretta Tomcat with the popup barrel, so it can be loaded without racking the slide. This little gun is smaller and lighter than the Mod 60, and I think she will carry this one. She enjoys shooting it. She is still playing around with carry methods, and I am hopeing.
:ROFL: :ROFL: :ROFL:Walther said:When I first read the title I thought you were looking for a trade :lolbang:
Are you referring to RangeMasters in North Springville? I thought there were no public ranges in Provo. Just RangeMasters and Orem Rec Center. If I'm wrong I'll be gladly corrected.CatBallou said:..., there is also one in Provo if you're closer to there.
Ooh, we wanna see some pics of the Springfield EMP 9mm. You just gotta show off your new friend...TriciaDodge said:...
So we went shopping for something that would be closest to the Kimber, and with a few clicks of the keyboard :type: we found the Springfield EMP 9mm. We also found a smoking deal on a used one, so that is how I came to own (and soon carry, upon receiving my permit in the mail) a Springfield EMP 9mm.