CONCEALED CARRY FOR WOMEN
Author: Gila Hayes
Publisher: KRAUSE PUBLICATIONS/DBI BOOKS, Sep 2013
Explains the mindset, skills, equipment and accessories necessary for successful concealed carry, with a focus on challenges unique to women. 250 B&W ilus; 6x9 inches, 240 pgs.
? A national survey shows that 23% of women now own a gun
? Written by one of the most highly-respected firearms instructors in the nation
? Foreword by Tom Gresham
? Deciding to carry a gun for self defense.
? The legalities and society's unwritten rules for armed citizens.
? Shooting skills for concealed carry.
? Integrating a concealed handgun into one's life.
? Selecting a handgun.
? How holsters work with the female figure.
? Women's fashions and concealed carry: what works, what doesn't.
ABOUTH THE AUTHOR
Gila Hayes has been a staff instructor for the Firearms Academy of Seattle since 1993, teaching gun safety and armed self defense in the handgun and shotgun programs. She served as a reserve police officer between 1997 and 2007, primarily tasked with providing firearms training. Hayes is one of three founding leaders of the Armed Citizens' Legal Defense Network, Inc., a membership organization formed for the legal protection of Network members after using deadly force in self defense.