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NRA’s Love At First Shot Web Series Features Champion Shooter & Trainer Julie Golob

NRA Women’s Network taps into world champion and firearm instructors’ expertise to introduce newcomers to the shooting sports.

Julie Golob, Love at First Shot

(Michael Ives photo)

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Team Smith & Wesson Captain Julie Golob joins host Natalie Foster for the Nationals Rifle Association’s Women’s Network web series Love at First Shot as an expert trainer. In each episode Golob works with an experienced gun owner paired with a novice shooter for their first shots experienced together.
Each Love at First Shot episode showcases a unique way on how to make a new shooter’s first shots a positive one and Golob is excited for the premier. 
“What I love most about this season of Love at First Shot is that it not only empowers new shooters, it also serves as a resource for those who have experience with firearms. Each episode offers technique, tips and perspective for different firearm platforms,” said Golob.
With numerous world and national titles to her credit, combined with her expertise as a firearms instructor, Golob has designed fun and unique range sessions for each couple. From rifles, to handguns, to shotguns, each show features shooters who have their own personal goals with firearms. 
Golob adds that, “Everyone’s firearm journey is different, from busting that first clay target to taking aim with a rifle or handgun. I hope the show inspires not only potential new shooters, but also current gun owners to share their passion for shooting.”
Season 2 of Love at First Shot, sponsored by Smith & Wesson, debuts on the newly designed NRANews.com on September 17 and is designed to help introduce people to the shooting sports in a fun, safe and memorable way in an effort to shift perspectives and grow the shooting community. Watch the trailer for Love at First Shot, Season 2, and learn more at NRAWomen.TV.
About Julie Golob
Julie Golob is the Team Captain for Smith & Wesson’s professional shooting team and has over 120 championship titles in seven different action-shooting disciplines. When not on the range Golob works with several industry leading brands, Smith & Wesson, Federal Premium, Benelli USA and Safariland, to promote the shooting sports. A veteran of the U.S. Army, Golob served with the elite U.S. Army Marksmanship Unit where she was awarded U.S. Army Female Athlete of the Year. She is also the author of “Shoot: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition,” a top seller in the genre that provides shooting tips and insight into many shooting sports. 

Learn more about the champion, author, veteran and outdoor television personality at JulieGolob.comFacebookTwitter,YoutubeInstagram and Google+

Photo credits:
Revolver Photo – Michael Ives, NRA News
Headshot – Yamil Sued, hotgunshots.com

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