Everywoman, too. Bereft of the usual cliches and writing to a varied audience that might not all have the Gunzine Decoder Book close to hand, she actually had to describe things in terms her readers would understand. I especially like this part:
In short, the pistol handles exactly how you imagined guns worked as a kid: you pull the trigger, there is a flash and a bang, and the muzzle rises a little. There is barely any kick to it, and follow-up shots are fast and easy.That's brilliant!
I've voiced my crankily reactionary opinions on the PMR-30 before, but I'll say this: If one just has to have a plastic gun with a gas tank brim-lippin' full of hyperactive .22 pellets, one could spend a lot more money.