Magazines: Glory of Guns

"A woman with a loaded, cocked revolver in her hand walked into a Flor ida police station," reported the July issue of the American Rifleman. "To the officer behind the desk, she ex plained that she thought she had heard a prowler but was mistaken. 'Now I can't get it uncocked,' she said. The officer helpfully eased down the hammer without firing."

A reader is likely to conclude from this incident that the average house wife has no business monkeying around with a loaded revolver. But the American Rifleman came to a different...

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