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handguns for females

ok guys
what would be the best concealment gun for my fiance to keep in both her purse or even on her ? i have some in mind but want everyones opinions.

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KelTec 380

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Airweight S&W .38+P revolver

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Beretta 84F Cheeta......380 cal.
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Have her take some shooting courses; it will give her a chance to try various weapons. Get one that fits her hand and in a light cartridge, that she can enjoy shooting to build skills. It is ain't fun she will never learn to shoot good.

I have 3 snub nose 38 revolvers, they are the toughest pistol to shoot, so I'd not start there.

32 auto is good but costs a fortune to shoot. might want to get a 22 auto for some shooting this christmas and then after she builds some skill get something more CCW oriented (for her birthday). sig P232 in 380 is about the best.
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Baretta model 21a, 22lr loaded with lr 22 cci stingers packs a lotta punch. I know just a 22, but try it before you knock it! Shoot the other ammo then try the stingers.

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well they sure do make the judge look easy to conceal...on their commercial atleast! i purchased a ruger 22/45 22lr for her to start with then i hammy downed my glock 26...it stays in her purse tho

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Smith & Wesson 442/642, 5 shot, 38+P

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beretta tomcat Made just for women my wife loves hers!
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