On this week’s show, Barbara Baird talked to founder of The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club, Victoria Knowles-Lacks, after spending several days together in England, shooting. The women talked about Victoria’s fantastic organization that introduces women to clay and game shooting in the UK, and about her plans for the future – which include more service to the thousands of women who are now participating in the shooting sports.
Co-host Carrie Lightfoot joins Barbara to discuss cool products that you might want to use, and we’ll hear from competition shooter Julie Golob with her Tip Time tip on ammo caliber for CCW.
Barb is back from a 2-week UK trip, where she attended The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club conference in Worcester and went on to driven shooting and some hunting in Yorkshire afterward with Victoria.
Carrie has been in recovery mode since The Well Armed Woman’s chapter leader conference in Provo, Utah, last week (Listen to show #72).
Barb talked to the founder of The Shotgun & Chelsea Bun Club, Victoria Knowles-Lacks about the club, the future and the shooting sports movement in the UK.
Get on the VIP waiting list for The Ladies Shooting Club.
Tip Time with Julie Golob: Sponsored by NRA Women, Tip Time covers relevant shooting tips from one of the world’s finest competition shooters, Julie Golob. This week, Julie points out the importance of choosing and using a caliber for CCW.
Carrie likes this BarrelBlok, because it quickly converts your own carry gun into a training tool. ($14.99, on sale $12.99)
Barb wore her Dubarry Galway boots afield last week and loves them. ($489)
TWAW Product of the Week
Don’t forget to register for the Liberty Lincoln safe raffle. Entry is $10. Good through midnight, Oct. 15.
The WON’s Post of the Week: All about Chokes and Beads
Syren’s Lynne Green explains the difference among chokes and why beads matter on shotguns in this post at The WON.
The Women’s Gun Show is proud to be a part of The Gun Podcast Network.
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, including NRA, NSSF and Field & Stream. View all posts by Barbara Baird