Firearms training empowers women to protect themselves; to be independent, confident and strong physically and emotionally; to expand their knowledge and inspire other women; to face their fears; and to relieve stress, meet new people, have fun and challenge themselves.
By being aware of your environment and prepared for a multitude of possible situations, you can prevent criminals from targeting you as a victim.
Eye and ear protection are an absolute necessity on the shooting range. Does your equipment meet the standards to keep you safe?
Responsible citizens who own firearms understand that this decision comes with the enormous responsibility of knowing that this chunk of metal and springs can cause serious injury, if not death, to living things. Some people own firearms to harvest animals for food. Some people own firearms to defend themselves from others who intend to harm them. Some people own firearms…
Zuca Backpack Cart takes on A Girl and A Gun’s National Conference.
Follow the author in a one day (nine hour) whirlwind review of the 2018 NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas.
Product review of the Magneato Magnetic MK-1 Holster.
Book review of Annette Evans “The Dry Fire Primer.”
Book review of Suzanna Gratia Hupp’s “From Luby’s to Legislature: One Woman’s Fight Against Gun Control.”
Part three of a three part series on intimate partner violence.