The Women’s Guide to Handguns: A Primer for Safe Self-Defense
Submitter: First, this book is from 1982 and gun laws have changed in many states, especially our state of Massachusetts. That alone makes this an easy weed with a replacement. Second, I love how the opening starts out with scary statistics, a promise not to use fear in this book and continues on with more scare tactics. Not to mention condescending…
Holly: Handgun ownership by women is wayyyy more popular now than it was 40 years ago. This definitely needs to be updated!
Use it for target practice
Weed, but replace. Books/media about fire arms that are not political and not historic (like flintlocks) are worthwhile in almost any library.
At first glance, I thought the woman on the cover was Nancy Reagan!
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