NRA Women’s Channel New Series Preview: Love at First Shot

For many women who are brand new to the world of firearms, taking the first step can sometimes seem like a giant leap into the unknown. The more armed these women can be—with information, that is—the more enjoyable their first shooting experience will be. To provide a resource for this audience, NRA Women and Smith & Wesson have teamed up to create a new video series.LOVE AT FIRST SHOT Love at First Shot, sponsored by Smith & Wesson, provides a first-hand look at the shooting sports for the first timer. Hosted by NRA News Commentator and Girl’s Guide to Guns blogger Natalie Foster, the show tackles all topics—from buying your first gun to outfitting for a hunt.

Catch Love at First Shot sponsored by Smith & Wesson, coming soon to NRA Women, and head to now to watch the season preview.

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Comments (3)

  1. I’ve been teaching my girlfriends how to shoot. Frontsight Firearms Training Inst. in Nevada is a great place to learn, too. The instructors are great, easy to work with, no condescension. My first year, I was one of 2 with revolvers instead of semi-autos and the only lefty. I had plenty of individual help–and I’ve been back 3 times since–now shooting a Glock 19–still lefty. We had a 70+ lady in our class this year with a .357–the only revolver, and she got all the help she needed.

  2. Women seem to relate to other women easier than me..Duh! anyway it is good news. My wife would run from a room if there was a gun in it. At 70 I managed to get her into a basic class at our local range. Now Granny Oakley and I enjoy a couple of days a month shooting together and are having fun with guns and shooting. What a difference an day makes.

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