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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Webster and Spikedzombies scared her away.

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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Quote Originally Posted by Robinett_11B View Post
    Webster and Spikedzombies scared her away.

    Pretty much what I guess hahaha! Welcome, one of these days my wife will also join this site.

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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Welcome to the forum glad to see more females on the forum. I am not sure if it is still there but there used to be a female only part of the forum and you had to PM a mod to get into that section. I tried to get in but they saw threw my disguise when my high heel broke and I fell and ruined my skirt.

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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    She wasn't as eager to drop her pants for me as you are, big guy!


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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Hey It got you to invite me to the pit again didn't It


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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Quote Originally Posted by uberguy View Post
    Try sending SGN member 'OLDKIM' a pm (private msg) he's an NRA Certified Instructor - my wife took his women's only course in 2011 which included the chance to shoot a wide variety of handguns, with quality training at an affordable price. Website is: http://www.shootonthemove.org/

    Am not sure how often he runs these, but ask - it's worth it.

    And welcome!
    Thank you!


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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Welcome to SGN Dogmama

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    Welcome. This reminds me. What happened to Kayla!? She was fun.
    She made two fatal mistakes:

    1) She released a picture of herself.
    2) Her Husband joined her here.

    Haven't seen either one since!


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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Quote Originally Posted by dogmama View Post
    Thank you!
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    BTW, she had been shooting a Ruger SP101 in 38/357 prior to OLDKIM's women's class, and after trying out a variety of handguns, switched to a S&W M&P/C setup for 40 S&W and/or 9mm (with a simple barrel & magazine swap that's less than $100 extra over the basic 40 S&W pistol price), so two calibers for around or under $600 with interchangeable grip/backstraps for ergonomics. She liked Smith 9mm best.


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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    Quote Originally Posted by uberguy View Post
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    BTW, she had been shooting a Ruger SP101 in 38/357 prior to OLDKIM's women's class, and after trying out a variety of handguns, switched to a S&W M&P/C setup for 40 S&W and/or 9mm (with a simple barrel & magazine swap that's less than $100 extra over the basic 40 S&W pistol price), so two calibers for around or under $600 with interchangeable grip/backstraps for ergonomics. She liked Smith 9mm best.
    Thank you. This is very helpful. I have tiny hands and am looking for something that I can possibly modify. I'm looking at 9mm partially to save money on ammo since we already have a couple 9mm handguns. I'm also hoping to be able to find a couple .380s to try since that would fit in my belt easier. My Springfield XD 9mm is perfect for my nightstand or purse but it's a bit heavy to carry on my waist. Is the S&W M&P a single stack?


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    Re: Lady Shooter from Tacoma

    No the M&P is a dbl stack, but does come with a small/med/lrg interchangeable back-strap. The C version is their compact model it takes std. 10 or 12 round 9mm magazines - but can also readily accept the full size magazines, which I recall hold up to 16 rounds.

    Try one out and see what you think. It' a personal thing - I have big hands, but like single stack 1911 types best; there is no right or wrong on pistol frame size, just what you like the best for controlling your shots. Recall that for defensive shooting, most now teach a two handed hold for improved control, which helps even with or especially with dbl stack pistols.

    The XD is thinner overall as a single stack.


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