This isn't the only example of this but it is the best ... Several months ago I went to a range that I don't usually go to. I went specifically because this range has a large number of rental guns. I was particularly interested in firing the Glock 21 (.45 ACP) because my husband was considering buying one. I walk into the range, fill out the necessary paperwork, go over the range rules, etc. So far so good. Then I ask to rent the Glock 21. The kid (and I do mean kid, if he was older than 21 I'd be shocked) looks at me and say, with a straight face, "That's a lot of gun, little lady. Are you sure you can handle it?" Now - Let me let you all in on a small secret. I am 5'8" tall (about his height) and I weigh close to 300 pounds (about twice what he weighs) and he's calling me "little lady"?!?! I assured him that I've been shooting longer than he's been alive and yes I can indeed handle the weapon. So I take the gun and 50 rounds of ammo and I shred some targets. The groupings were a little looser than with a gun I am familiar with - but the targets were all respectably dead. So I return the gun and the same little snot says, "So, did you manage to hit anything?" At which point I show him three targets with the X-rings blown out and two with the heads nothing more than a big empty space and said, "I don't know, kid. Why don't you tell me if I hit anything." Needless to say I haven't been back to that range since. But I was just wondering if any of the other ladies here have been on the receiving end of the condescending "Guns are for Guys" mentality.