I am a huge advocate for getting kids outdoors. With warmer weather now upon us, many of our kids are home for the summer. Too many pre-teens and teenagers find themselves inside on a beautiful day, either on the Internet or playing video games. Depending on their ages, there are a lot of outdoorsy ideas that can help get your kids outside this summer. It’s not only fun, it’s good for them!
Posts Tagged ‘Women’s Guide to Guns and Shooting’
“Because when it comes to my offspring, I will fight with the fangs of a wolf and the claws of a dragon. And no one, or nothing will stop me from protecting them.” -Jordan Sarah Weatherhead
While there isn’t much time left to finish Christmas shopping, many of us will be in a mad dash to get those last few items on our list.
Female readers of the Shooter’s Log can pick up some useful tips from world-champion shooters and Babes with Bullets instructors Kay Miculek and Lena Miculek-Afentul,
In this new hard-hitting commercial from the NRA, author and TV personality Dana Loesch lays out the position of moms who demand protection
I see this headline all the time, “Women Fastest Growing Demographic of Gun Owners,” or something very similar. In the last
I have been shooting with my trusty pink Radians Remington passive earmuffs for over five years now. They work well and are comfortable, so it hasn’t occurred to me to replace them.
In 1995, a brave and perhaps a little crazy 22-year old Cheryl Strayed started out on a solo 1,100-mile hike
Officially founded in 1985 to raise awareness of breast cancer through early detection, October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, where
People new to shooting—especially women—tend to gravitate toward the smaller .38 Special lightweight revolvers and even though the
I recognize not every woman loves pink. For many of you the idea of decking out your guns in