In the Women's gun movement, Paxton Quigley is the great persuader. -- Morley Safer, 60 Minutes
Paxton Quigley - an expert on women on home intrusion and rape. -- Oprah Winfrey
Paxton Quigley directly addrsses an all-American concern. -- Wall Street Journal
Coming from a liberal, mid-western, anti-gun background, Paxton Quigley made an about-face when her best friend was raped. She vowed not to let it happen to her. She bought a gun and became an expert on self-defense. Her first book Armed & Female was a best seller. She became a spokesperson for Smith & Wesson and a firearms instructor.
If you have a women in your life not sure about owning or keeping firearms, this book speaks to women with truth, fact and reality.
Bit old, bit....light-weight. Did learn some good stuff -- but there are newer better books out there now.Published 9 months ago by Elenor
For those just discovering Paxton, this is great. For people who read her first book, this is nothing new. It is a good read, but repeats so much from her first one. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Earl Cadle
I got this book for my niece, so she could get familiar with guns and ways to protect herself from the two-legged sick animals out there. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Rick
Satisfied with the book itself and arrival time and condition..She says what a lot of people don't realize about keeping yourself safe. A good read especially for women.Published 21 months ago by j2ponies
I chose this book because I was so impressed by Paxton Quigley, who I had the pleasure of meeting when she was in Chicago to speak with the Illinois Libertarians. Read morePublished on July 30, 2013 by Andrew
Both my husband and I are impressed by Paxton Quigley's background and by the information she shares that helps women be empowered when the culture we live in has worked so hard... Read morePublished on March 19, 2013 by Pat B.
This book gets right to the point. If you want inside thinking, this is the book for you. Do not miss this read.Published on January 3, 2013 by Shari J Wells
Paxton Quigley writes that she was anti gun. Then a woman fiend was brutally attacked in the woman's home. Read morePublished on May 13, 2011 by William J. Way