So the GF and I have been shooting a few times since I gave her a Sig P6. She likes it but at the same time it is a bit on the stiff side. The slide takes more effort to rack than she would like and the trigger is a bit on the stiff side. Both of these will improve with practice but she also gets to shoot my HK .40 and Kimber as well so it's not a huge deal. We'll upgrade her weapon once she gets around a little and decides what she really wants. (And when she moves out from living with a couple anti's, one of which owns the house...) Anyway, so the P6 isn't ideal but it's functional, fits her hand, and doesn't recoil that bad. I think the trigger may be adding to her flinching (well, exposing it really) since it sometimes stops moving and then takes an additional effort to fire. Her main problems are the typical femal-shooter-lean, a bit of flinching but we can cure that with practice I think, and she's doing a bit of limp-wristing. I've talked to her about not stiff-arming it and let her elbows bend a bit and she can't seem to stiffen her wrist or loosen her arm to make it rise instead of twist at her wrist. I've also tried to get her to put a foot forward and lean on that instead of standing square and leaning back. That part seems to be working so once she gets used to it and stops leaning back we'll start talking about her footing options. So the question here is do any of you have any advice on how to tackle the girl-specific habits? Is there any sort of online resources for female shooters?