Meet Mia Anstine, mom of the LIttle Gal and a Beretta blogger.
According to research, more than 80 percent of people with autism and 90 percent of people who have Down’s Syndrome never learn to ride a bike. The sad thing, some of them can and yet, they never get the opportunity to — as our guest blogger Andrea Felgenhauer tells us, “believe they can fly.” Andrea pens “Therapy on Wry,” a wonderful blog about a mom in St. Louis, Mo., who finds humor in raising two kids — one with autism and one without.
She’s a long, tall, cool drink of blogger, Anette Wachter, aka 30 Cal Gal. We’ve been following her blog for a couple of years now, as she competes in long range rifle events across the continent and reports back to us. There are very few women rifle competitors and fewer who have achieved the rankings […]
Over a year ago I was contacted by Armed Forces Entertainment and Paralyzed Veterans of America about being among a selected few for a special mission called the “Outdoor Legend’s Tour”. The plan was for a small group of hunting personalities representing the North American hunting community to visit troops inside a war zone and personally thank them for their service and sacrifices.
Here is a look inside the creative mind of Rebecca Hauptman, from the blog RebeccaGuns, whose Twitter description reads, “Guns mostly, with a side of DIY and a sprinkling of awesomeness.” Rebecca talks to Britney Starr about why she started blogging about guns and about her hip new holster business that she and her husband created in a back room.