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Love at First Shot is a new series devoted to the first-time female shooter featuring Natalie Foster of Girl’s Guide to Guns. Watch this preview to learn more!
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.
Should the NRA be scared? Former New York City mayor, Michael Bloomberg and Moms Demand Action Shannon Watts joined forces recently to regroup as Everytown for Gun Safety. Pledging to donate $50 million of his own money, Bloomberg says they will use grassroots tactics to appeal to mothers across 15 states encouraging them to vote for anti-gun politicians and legislation. Fighting fire with fire? Read the rest to see what chance the new group has against gun owners.
Have you ever wanted to escape to the outdoors? Now women have the chance to build their self-confidence and learn about the world of shooting at the NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape (WWE). Whether shooting a rifle or joining others at the archery range, women attending the WWE enjoy comfortable lodgings, gain experience and come away with like-minded friends that share their new interests.
Lisa Looper’s original design, the Flashbang Bra Holster, allows women to dress how they want when they carry. Watch Lisa’s video from NRA Women.
Before you head to the range this weekend, be sure and watch this week’s Tips and Tactics tutorial featuring competitive shooter and instructor Kim Heath. This week, Kim talks about AR-15 Bolt Cycling.
Shooting skills aren’t innate and you can lose them if you don’t practice. Every time I attend a class or clinic, I learn something new, correct a bad habit I’ve picked up and correct problems I’ve been having.
The NRA needs and wants women. The more voices we have, the more powerful we will be. Check out the NRA Women’s Network.