Julie Golob shares tips on going prone, including both low- and high-impact methods.
The adventures of champion shooter, Julie Golob.
Switching over from a semi auto to a revolver? Julie Golob shares 5 tips for transitioning to heavier triggers.
Julie Golob describes her journey back to competitive shooting and her preparation for the 2014 Bianchi Cup.
Julie Golob implores responsible gun owners to “Take a MOMent” and talk to their children about firearms safety.
In part 2, Joyce Wilson reveals what’s on her “bucket list.”
Julie Golob asks IDPA’s Joyce Wilson 7 questions.
Julie G. gives 5 why you should dive into purchasing a grinder!
Julie Golob gets creative in the cold with ice targets and her Smith & Wesson M&P Shield.
For women looking to improve their shooting skills with their carry guns beyond occasional plinking sessions at their local ranges, an IDPA back up gun competition is quite possibly the best way to do so.
Julie Golob recounts her adventures during the First Annual Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt.
Julie Golob prepares for an elk hunt in Montana and describes a sisterhood with fellow huntress Alex Burke.
Julie Golob offers “Future Champion” t-shirts and onesies at her website.
Champion shooter Julie Golob describes precision shooting, including how to incorporate group shooting into your next practice session. Also, Julie is giving away 1 copy of her book, SHOOT: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition.
Champion shooter, Julie Golob, writes about her first competition back on the practical shooting circuit, the USPSA Northern Rockies Sectional.
National Take Your Daughter to the Range Day was on June 15th and I was one proud mommy watching my daughter take her first shots. Once you make the decision your child is ready to try shooting, here are 7 helpful tips that will help make the experience a fun one.
Glasgow, MT – In this month’s episode of JulieG Radio, champion shooter, author, veteran, hunter and expecting mom Julie Golob […]
For anyone who has ever tried to explain what a hit factor is in USPSA or has tried to determine stage performances in IDPA results, you know that digging through results in the action shooting sports almost requires a cryptex. It’s one thing for you to decipher it all, but what happens when your mom asks how you did at your latest competition? With an infographic, you can share your latest shooting performances and fun little tidbits with the important people in your life in a way that they can actually understand.
Happy New Year! Thinking about jotting down those resolutions for 2012? Here are five things all shooters should consider adding […]
I love this time of year when cold weather sets in and the spirit of giving thrives. If you’re like […]
Julie Golob, who recently claimed United States Practical Shooting Association’s national titles in Ladies Revolver and Production divisions, enjoyed a […]