Over the weekend, I had a chance to take two of my girlfriends shooting—one a beginner and one intermediate. Neither girls have a strong affinity for guns, but both own a gun for self-defense. The problem is their male partners, without their input, purchased these firearms. In the guy’s mind, both these gun purchases were thoughtful. The beginner’s husband bought her an Armscor M200 .38 Special revolver, while the intermediate shooter’s boyfriend gave her the sub-compact Glock 27 .40 S&W semi-automatic pistol. Were they correct purchase? We have three different opinions.
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