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Old March 30, 2013, 02:56 PM   #44
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First line of defense should be a good DOG, especially one that will protect the kids, after that, a good can of pepper spray or MACE, possibly a taser. Once those are utilized, THEN a gun - if she is not going to practice much, a gun would not be a good choice for her in a stress-filled scenario where her minds is on her kids and not on stopping the threat. If she is truly going to get the training and practice time in, then she needs to get whatever she is comfortable with - and that will need to br HER decision, not what any of us say
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