WON Landing Page March 2022

Remington Outdoor Women Series: Sara Lawson

Sara Lawson is the Customer Experience Team Leader for Remington Arms. Find out why she is such a great fit for this position at Remington Arms. She lives the outdoor lifestyle of a Remington Outdoor Woman.

I grew up loving the outdoors. However, I never did any hunting and only shot a BB gun or .22 a handful of times. After I graduated from college, I was introduced to hunting and shooting and instantly felt at home in the woods.


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On my first turkey hunt, I was able to harvest a nice tom with my friend’s Model 870 shotgun. The brand Remington was ingrained in me long before I started working for the company. As I got more into hunting, I acquired my own guns and my first shotgun was a Model 1100. It is still one of my favorites today.

Initially, hunting was a great way to enjoy the outdoors and spend time with my husband. It allowed me to become familiar with firearms and is what drove me to start a career in the firearms industry. Coming to work at Remington has vastly expanded my knowledge of firearms and sparked a greater interest in shooting rather than just hunting. I enjoy shooting just for fun on our farm, whether it is shooting handguns, MSRs or shotguns.


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When I became a mother, my free time for shooting and hunting definitely became more limited. However, it has changed my perspective also. With a young son and daughter at home, I have greater respect for providing food for a family and I feel more of a responsibility to pass on the tradition of hunting and shooting. It is important to me to demonstrate to my children that it can and should be a family effort to provide and take care of our family instead of just relying on going to the grocery store to get food. I also want to limit any gender stereotypes for my children. I want them to realize that Mommy is just as able as Daddy to go shoot something for dinner!


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My son is already excited about hunting and while he is not quite big enough to shoot a deer or turkey, he loves to go sit in a blind with Mom and Dad any chance he gets. My daughter is following in his footsteps and I foresee hunting and shooting as a great avenue to build self-confidence in both of my children. I am excited that hunting and shooting is something we will always be able to do as a family.

~Sara Lawson

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