By Kellene Bishop
Will Rogers once said that strangers were friends he hadn’t met yet. With this in mind, I can’t help but wonder why it is so foreign for women to handle a firearm. Mine is definitely one of my best friends. Why?
I can trust this best friend to be reliable—to never flake out on me.
I can trust this best friend to protect my children, myself, and my loved ones.
This best friend will dependably fight for freedom and liberty for me.
I can rely on this best friend to stand for right over might.
This best friend is always available and by my side.
This best friend strengthens my physical weaknesses against enemies, foreign or domestic.
This best friend enables me to preserve life when others may desire to take it.
Other than my husband, I have a hard time finding any other friend that I can say these things about. So ladies, my I suggest that you introduce yourself to Mr. Glock, Mr. Smith and Wesson, or any other Mr. soon and make a new friend?
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