The Cornered Cat: A Woman’s Guide to Concealed Carry

January 10, 2016 - Comment

The Cornered Cat is the ultimate resource for women who choose to carry a firearm for self defense. It covers everything from cleaning a pistol to methods of carry. It tells women everything they ever wanted to know about how to carry a firearm for self defense. The Cornered Cat is all about women that

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The Cornered Cat is the ultimate resource for women who choose to carry a firearm for self defense. It covers everything from cleaning a pistol to methods of carry. It tells women everything they ever wanted to know about how to carry a firearm for self defense. The Cornered Cat is all about women that have chosen or are considering choosing firearms for self defense, sport, or just wanting to understand more about what their menfolk find so fascinating. This book contains a wealth of information presented in Kathy’s warm and often humorous style. She tackles the serious considerations of using deadly force in defense of oneself and loved ones in a thought-provoking, non-judgmental, “between girlfriends” prose that is neither threatening nor sugar-coated, just very real.

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  • ISBN13: 9780982248799
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Comments

IIJuan12 says:

Realistic, practical, educational, and fun to read It’s about time a woman wrote something for women that actually takes into account real women’s issues. We don’t have the same body shape or size as men. We have other responsibilities than men have. She starts off with the basics of why it is really worth it to carry a concealed weapon. She’s talking to you, the mom, the grandma, the sister, the college student, etc. I’ve had discussions with other women before about where exactly we’re supposed to carry a concealed gun and still appear fashionable (i.e. not appearing to have gained an extra few inches around the waist or having to wear the ugly vests or fanny pack). She goes through all the options (even including how to attach a thigh holster). How do I pick the best gun for my small hands? What should I bring with me to a firing range? This book is great for both the beginner and for the advanced. She brings in many aspects that you will have to deal with in all honesty…like how to use a portapotty while carrying your…

David from Alabama says:

Cornered Cat is the Cat’s Meow 0

Raven says:

A practical, solid approach to handgun logistics and philosophy This is going to be one of those books that I buy twice so that I have a lending copy and a keeping copy. I’ve already lent it to one of my female friends who is learning to shoot. There’s a good amount of gender-neutral information in the book — the author’s discussions of safety rules, the ethics behind use of force, and making sure that you stay on the right side of the law are good reading for anyone interested in guns. However, there’s a lot in here that specifically addresses womens’ questions as well. When I was taking a three day pistol class, I joked with my friends that I had to ask three guys how to go to the bathroom with a gun on… and none of them knew! (You don’t want to accidentally drop the thing in the toilet, or freak out the woman in the next stall!) Kathy Jackson knows, she’s happy to tell you, and I wish I’d had that kind of helpful advice from someone who’s been there back then. She talks about issues that commonly come up for women, from finding the right…

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