On this week’s show, Barbara Baird chats with Cheyenne Dalton, a teenage competition shooter who is taking the firearms world by storm with her social media engagement and performance. Carrie Lightfoot joins Barb in discussing trending firearms news, cool products and a couple of events that you might want to attend. Plus, Julie Golob gives us the first part of the series on Tip Time and traveling with guns. Sponsored by Ruger and NRA Women.
Carrie has returned from another successful training weekend for The Well Armed Woman certification in North Carolina.
Barb is back from South Dakota and describes fitting a Mid-century Modern chair in the back seat of her Accord.
Barb wrote this article about Cheyenne Dalton for NRA Family. Cheyenne is a competition shooter who is 16 years old, and already quite successful at not only competing, but also, running her own social media outlets. You can also read her monthly column, sponsored by Volquartsen Firearms, at The WON.
Firearms News You Can Use
Julie Golob kicks off this series, sponsored by NRA Women, with the good stuff about flying with guns. Stay tuned for the bad and the ugly. Sponsored by NRA Women.
Carrie found a Girls with Guns Clothing light weight double barrel shooting vest in charcoal color. ($49)
Barb is admiring a new line of jewelry, the Kristy Titus Jewelry collection, at Cabelas. ($70 to $180)
Carrie and Barb use and appreciate Nano Vaults, which are perfect for flying with guns. ($36 and $46)
Michelle Cerino wrote about “What You Need to Know Before Your First Pistol Class.” Good stuff.
Calendar: What’s up?
Barb praises a wealth management firm in San Diego for offering this shooting course fo women on Tues., Sept. 19: Women on the Mark. ($99.99)
Carrie thinks this course is worth considering attending in Ft. Worth, Texas on Sept. 8: Drawing from a holster – Shoot Straight ($69.99)
Publisher/Editor Barbara Baird is a freelance writer in hunting, shooting and outdoor markets. She is a contributing editor at "SHOT Business," and her bylines are found at several top hunting and shooting publications. She also is a travel writer, and you can follow her at ozarkian.com. View all posts by Barbara Baird