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A woman was in the process of bathing her child when she heard a noise at her door.
Don't bring electric clippers to a gun fight ... That's what a Texas man learned when he stalked and assaulted his ex-girlfriend inside her own vehicle.
A woman took matters into her own hands when a registered sex offender was breaking into her home.
A woman who feared for her life when a man attempted to pry open her car—while she was in it—used her firearm to defend herself.
In an incident that stemmed from a domestic violence altercation, a woman shot and killed a man.
What would you do if you arrived home at 1 a.m. and were met by four intruders?
A husband and his wife—who was nine months pregnant—kept their wits about them and ultimately proved to be no match for an armed thug when he threatened their lives.
These recent accounts featuring brave armed women deserve a second read.
For new gun owners in particular, it's easy to get caught up in much of the advice offered by the more experienced. But what's really important—and what's not?