From a NY Post article about the forthcoming book by former Secret Service officer Gary J. Byrne, "Crisis of Character: A White House Secret Service Officer Discloses His Firsthand Experience With Hillary, Bill, and How They Operate."
The title of the Post article is "Lewinsky allegedly freaked out after Clinton’s affair with VP’s daughter," and from that, you can see that there's more in the article than just that bit about Hillary's supposed fascination with guns. The VP's daughter wasn't the daughter of Clinton's own VP, but Eleanor Mondale, the daughter of Jimmy Carter's VP, Walter. There's a description of Monica arriving at the White House to see the President and getting told (with incredible disrespect): "You have to wait. He’s with his other piece of a–. Wait till he’s finished." Why do Secret Service officers, on the job, have the leeway to speak to someone like that?
Irate, Lewinsky responded with an unseemly gesture, toward her body, “What’s he want with her when he has this?”"Unseemly gesture"?! What unseemly gesture? "Toward her body"? Toward what part of her body? I can't believe I'm left trying to picture this, but it seems that Lewinsky was humiliated by men who were judging her, making it about her body, and she had the presence of mind not to crumple but to use humor. I wouldn't call that freaking out, not unless you give me better info about the unseemly gesture and the body part.