Originally Posted by Sir Stunna Lot
Training: how much firearm experience does she have? can she safely unload it while blind folded, hanging upside down? how much range time does she have? you have to remember that your intention is to keep her safe. if you dont have confidence in her skill and ability, its best to keep the gun away from her before she gets hurt by her own gun
So should she leave her firearm at home and be without it in a life threatening situation and die? I always wonder why people tend to post that leaving it at home is better until some undescribed level of training is reach.
What would be the appropriate level of training and who gets to determine that? You, me, Obama, or the Brady Campaign? How would we trust those that set the training requirements are free from ulterior motives?