Wife being reluctant about carrying.

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    After my wife stole my P3-AT and a pocket holster, she carries a bit more often. I think she likes having the choice. I don't press the issue (or any issue, for that matter) because we're together 99% of the time, and I'm always ready hopefully to solve any problem. I think just going to the range and having fun with your wife may be a good first step, after she feels better. Marriage is a partnership. She gets to do anything she wants, and you can help.
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    Wife enjoys shooting and regularly shoots better than me. I bought a Kel Tec P3AT for bug and sometime carry. Off to the range and after she shot the KT she said great CHL thank you and would not give it back. She regularly carries it, and while 380acp is not the bad boy on the block she carries it all the time and shoots it very well.

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    I agree with "let it be." She's an adult, and although she's your wife and partner, it's her decision to carry. Carrying while not feeling well is a biggie, and I might easily agree with her on that score.

    Love her, support her, help her when you can, and go easy on her.
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