(We’ll wait a second for you to stop groaning...) Anyone who says this has made one of two assumptions: 1) We let you get close enough to take our gun, or 2) We hesitated. Rest assured that making either of these assumptions with a well-trained woman will only get you dead faster!
Despite what you may be led to believe, simply believing in gun ownership does not mean a person is a crazy, g u n -a nd -a m mo -hoa r d i n g lunatic. They don’t walk around in their remote, off the grid cabins wearing tin foil hats, stroking their firearms, and waiting for the zombie apocalypse. In reality, people choose to own guns for many different reasons. Some of them have had close calls, or worse. Others know someone who has had a close call, or worse, and want to reduce their chances of becoming a victim. Many women choose to train with firearms to protect themselves and their families, and still others do it for sport. So for future reference, we greatly prefer to be called “gun enthusiasts”!
You can thank Joe Biden for the propagation of this myth. A double-barreled shotgun is heavy, has a monstrous recoil, and worst of all, only fires two shots! Why not pick a sleek and sexy AR-15 instead? They are lightweight, have low recoil, can hold up to 30 rounds per magazine, and can be decked out with an endless number of fabulous accessories. That’s a home defense gun any girl can get behind, train with, and enjoy. Even if rifles aren’t your thing, just about any gun you can think of is a better choice than a double-barreled shotgun for home defense. We all know that whatever we choose to use for home defense, we have to train with it. And who wants to subject themselves to hours of defense training with a double-barreled shotgun?
Resident Evil: Afterlife, 2010, Constantin Film
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