I would certainly not call this a training video due to mistakes that have already been discussed. I would however, call it valuable for the simple fact that it presents current guns with close-ups of a female hand holding it. What I would add to that would be naming the gun's maker and model, and adding several more. If women saw this, they would already have an inkling of what they wanted to try out at their own local rental/range, instead of being bombarded with choices at a busy counter where you sometimes feel you're being pressured.
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I am the weapon; my gun is a tool. It's regrettable that with some people those descriptors are reversed.