Handgun Training for Women

Alisha Ketter, a Defensive Firearms Coach at Reno Guns & Range, discusses handgun training for women and what led her to seek out training. Alisha admits it was intimidating at first to go to a range, and to join firearms classes where she was the only woman and sometimes the only private citizen. But her commitment to her family’s safety and protection remained the most important consideration. She encourages other women to do the same: get good handgun training and don’t let your commitment waver. No one is coming to save you: You’re it.