Unfortunately I'm afraid it will be the last time I get her to go. The first time we went I was jus getting into shooting. I knew enough to keep us safe an I was a decent shoot, so I figured I would be able to show her the ropes myself. I probably should have signed up for a class. As I didn't own any firearms yet we rented a S&W M&P.22. The gun worked flawlessly for me, however about 3 rounds out of every mag would FTF for my wife, and while she enjoyed the challenge she grew frustrated at having to have me clear a jam every few rounds. It is a shame too because she was a natural with that gun. I finally convinced her today that she should give it another try. I went over all of the basics again, made sure she knew how to hold it, sight it, clear it, and of course the 3 main safety rules are talked about often enough with my 9 year old daughter that my wife had no choice but to memorize them as well. Off to the range we went. I brought my Kimber Eclipse with the .22 conversation kit for her to shoot and the C9 for me. The Kimber worked perfectly and she was growing in confidence. The only problem was that the range we went to was a little older, and indoors, because of this there are partitions between the lanes and they are a bit on the small side. Every time the casing would eject it would bounce off the partition and back at my wife. She was dealing with it like a trooper until one went down her shirt. After that she was done. I think that she may have continued to shoot with me if the same thing hadn't happen to her on our first outing. She even made sure to wear a crew neck shirt this time because last time it was a v neck and I figured that was the problem. I have put many thousands of rounds down range and never had a casing go down my shirt. My wife has shoot less than 100 and has had it happen to her twice.