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Glamour Magazine Editor Says Woman's Desire for Self Defense "Strange"

JB12345 Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 11:49 AM
The details are important here. Given that most mothers don't have time to go to the range frequently, her training will limit her to a revolver (what are the immediate actions for a jammed revolver?). Bear in mind that she also has to handle scared children, a phone, and a weapon at the same time. I agree with you that she should step up to a Barnes bullet, since a wheel-gun will feed anything, or she should step up to a .357magnum. However, we can never get away from the fact that training and motivation defeats fear anytime.

Late last night, Independent Women's Forum [IWF] Senior Fellow Anna Rittgets released the following statement about how banning high capacity ammunition magazines leaves women and their families more vulnerable:

 I am passionate about the 2nd Amendment, particularly because I'm a mother.  I'm a thirty-something year old woman with a 3 year old and a nursing newborn.  Without my concealed weapon,  I wouldn't be able to protect myself against an assailant that seeks to do me or my family harm.  

Five bullets fired from a .38 revolver weren't enough for a Georgia mother of...