Posts Tagged ‘NRA’

NRA Women: The Suzie Brewster Story

This month’s Armed & Fabulous Profile “Leading the Pack” features Diana Award-winning Suzie Brewster. In addition to helping introduce shooting sports to thousands of women through the Washington Women’s Shooting Club, Suzie also serves as Co-Chair of the NRA Women’s Leadership Forum. Watch her inspiring story and check out more Armed & Fabulous profiles on the NRA Women’s Channel at

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American Rifle + Pistol Association — A False Flag Operation?

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NRA Women: “New Energy” with Vicki Kawelmacher

NRA Women presented by Smith & Wesson is proud to present the latest New Energy profile sponsored by Remington Arms Company on Vicki Kawelmacher. After her daughter was nearly abducted, Vicki opened The Women’s Shooting Academy to “educate, encourage and empower” women. The firearms instructor strongly believes every woman is responsible for her own personal safety, and offers free classes to any woman with a signed protective order.

Doug Koenig recently won the 2013 NRA Bianchi Cup National Championship with an all-time match record score of 1920-183X. Photo courtesy of

Q&A with 15-Time Bianchi Cup Champion Doug Koenig

Doug Koenig recently won the 2013 NRA Bianchi Cup National Championship shooting a Smith & Wesson 1911DK pistol. His final score of 1920-183X set an all-time match record and gave Koenig his 15th Bianchi Cup title. Koenig has won 11 of the last 13 Bianchi Cup matches, and he shares the honor of being one of only two people who have won the match in the last 16 years.