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    Quote Originally Posted by cabrera View Post
    "fear factor"...
    Through the iron sights she shoots the crotch out of the silhouettes. A nice close knit pattern.
    Now if us guys started focusing on female body parts the girls would say we are perverted! Well we may be but what a double standard
    Obviously no need to carry when you have her to protect you!

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    It seems like the point might be moot now, but the Taurus 24/7 Pro C series has a manual safety as well as the trigger block.
    You can use the manual safety or not as you choose and still be relatively safe.

    My wife has this one in 9mm, the grip is good sized even for me. I'm not sure if you can get it in .380 or not though.

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    Manual Safety,small size, adequate caliber, reliable - Colt New Agent 9mm.
    War to the Knife, Knife to the hilt.
    If we don't want to live in a trashy area, we all have to be willing to help pick up the trash.

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    .40 caliber, reliable as dirt and has THREE safeties, Glock 27.

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    Manual safety, small frame, high capacity

    Quote Originally Posted by cabrera View Post
    Cost is really not the issue here. Since this would probably be the only gun she buys, I want to make sure she is comfortable & happy (happy wife, happy life).

    A revolver would settle this as she is comfortable shooting my S&W 357 but since she is petite, the revolver cylinder would bulge too much. I want to make sure she will feel comfortable carrying, if not I'm sure she would wind up leaving it in her nightstand.

    Here is my suggestion....
    Much lower recoil than a .38 or .357
    Higher ammununition capacity than any magnum revolver
    Shorter more compact frames
    2 calibers 9mm and .40
    Taurus 24/7 PRO
    It FEELS great, It has manual safety, and slide lock.
    The .40 holds 15 rounds!!!
    The compact shorter barrel will accept the longer framed mags for the 24/7
    Im looking at the more compact model myself, taurus has a lifetime warranty
    Magazines are NOT expensive and can even be found online at CDNN Sports, Inc. Hope this helpes
    Whenever there is doubt, There is no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G50AE View Post
    .40 caliber, reliable as dirt and has THREE safeties, Glock 27.
    She does NOT want a Glock, She wants manual safety, the kind that you can FEEL
    Whenever there is doubt, There is no doubt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Wolf View Post
    Here is my suggestion....
    Much lower recoil than a .38 or .357
    Higher ammununition capacity than any magnum revolver
    Shorter more compact frames
    2 calibers 9mm and .40
    Taurus 24/7 PRO
    It FEELS great, It has manual safety, and slide lock.
    The .40 holds 15 rounds!!!
    The compact shorter barrel will accept the longer framed mags for the 24/7
    Im looking at the more compact model myself, taurus has a lifetime warranty
    Magazines are NOT expensive and can even be found online at CDNN Sports, Inc. Hope this helpes
    My wife carries the 24/7 pro c (for compact, it has a 3.3 inch barrel) in 9mm.
    Hers came with one 13 round clip and one 17 round clip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kerb View Post
    My wife carries the 24/7 pro c (for compact, it has a 3.3 inch barrel) in 9mm.
    Hers came with one 13 round clip and one 17 round clip.
    Yeah that is the 9mm version, the .40 holds less at more power.
    Whenever there is doubt, There is no doubt.

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    I want to thank everybody who has been contributing to this, you are a GREAT help.
    Fortunately, our range has a wide selection of "rent a guns" so she will be able to try about 80% of the guns so far listed.

    I am checking other local ranges as well to see their inventory.

    The good thing about her being so thorough is that I have been getting a lot of range time.
    I think I have put 3000 rounds on my new Sigma 40ve. (without a single issue).

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