Millisecond Molly: Wanna be a pro shooter? Molly smith shares 5 tips on how.
What’s up with teen shooter, Molly Smith?
How Molly Smith is preparing for the upcoming World Action Pistol Championship.
Molly Smith describes how to visualize and achieve success in the shooting sports.
Competition shooter Molly Smith describes why women must be fearless in the shooting sports.
Team Smith & Wesson competition shooter Molly Smith describes 4 things she hears as a high school competitor.
Millisecond Molly (Smith) discovers the world of Cowboy Mounted Shooting after interviewing Colt-sponsored shooting champion Andra Olson at SHOT Show 2014.
Molly Smith “Millisecond Molly” shares her year in review of 2013, and also tells what she is looking forward to in 2014.
Molly Smith shoots the Ag-Safe Fundraiser match and gives an impromptu shooting lesson to wives of the other shooters.
Molly Smith discusses how to shoot a revolver, including stance, grip and trigger press.
Molly Smith attends the HAVA Family Day in Tennessee. Learn more about this fine organization that provides opportunities for disabled veterans and their families.
Molly Smith describes instructing new female shooters in a fun and safe atmosphere as a volunteer instructor with Guns and Ladies Shooting (GALS).
There is a starting line for everything: for college – orientation, for a novel – page 1, and for a
Molly Smith tells about being appointed Chief Justice of the California Girls State Supreme Court.
This weekend marked the closing of the 2013 MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup! For those unfamiliar, this match is a prestigious competition focused on action pistol shooting — and, as many competitors confess, the most difficult pistol competition in the world.
How many Bianchi Cup competitors does it take to get a .22 conversion attached to a 1911 handgun? Funny story,
The National Rifle Association has as one of it foremost goals the protection of firearm-related rights. In this respect, it
Recently, I was in Redding, Calif., for the 29th Western Trail Classic Archery competition! I was asked to be a California Correspondent
When Smith & Wesson teen shooter Molly Smith is not training or in competitions with her revolver, she remains an active student — educating herself and participating wholeheartedly in extracurricular school activities. Molly, a gifted writer and orator, recently argued for the Second Amendment in her school’s Mock Trial event. We think it is heartening to read that she and other students vigorously debated and considered the impact of the Second Amendment, while exercising their First Amendment right.
Just last week, it seemed like everyone and her brother in the shooting world was heading to the SHOT Show. Sadly,
Just this month, I had the new and exciting experience of shooting Action Shotgun. Straightforward enough, eh? Well, for my