I had posted a couple/few weeks ago about me taking the CCW course and asking how to introduce a 14-year old to a gun (now guns), in the home. It was strongly recommended by most that she should receive professional training in gun safety, handling, and shooting. This past Saturday she completed the NRA 1st Steps Pistol class, and LOVED shooting! She paid careful attention to the instruction, and was great on the range. She mostly shot an instructor's Sig Sauer Mosquito .22, but I did have her fire a magazine through my 9mm. She was not able to make target at 7yds, but she still emptied the mag like a trooper. With the .22 she was popping holes in the paper plates like nobody's business! She now understands the danger and deadliness of a gun, and has much respect for it. She wants me to buy a .22 so we can do Women on Target matches together, and join the local Ladies League. I also took my CCW course, and it went just fine. I should have my permit within the next 60ish days. This is her shooting on Saturday. Thanks for all the great advice.