For the past 10 years, Shoot Like A Girl has been committed to empowering women to participate in shooting sports with confidence, and they have done just that. Many gathered to share in the company’s successes, as they hosted a celebration at 2019’s ATA show. Stories and laughs were passed around as everyone reminisced about the journey the company has seen that has made it what it is today. Over the years, Shoot Like A Girl has traveled over 100,000 miles, introducing 19,681 women to shooting sports, and the company is keeping the road hot as they continue to travel this year making 26 stops across the country from Washington to Delaware.
“I am so blessed to be able to have seen my vision come to fruition. Shooting sports changed my life and I wanted other women to feel what I felt, the empowerment that comes from focusing on a target and hitting it, there is nothing like it. Being in our 10th year and knowing there will be many more to come is most exciting because of all the women have made shooting sports a part of their lives. I am especially thankful to all of our past and current sponsors who have made all of this possible, it’s a dream come true,” says, Karen Butler, Founder and President of Shoot Like A Girl.
At a Shoot Like A Girl event, women ages 16 and older will be afforded the opportunity to shoot inside Shoot Like A Girl’s semi-tractor trailer mobile range. Attendees gain experience in handling and shooting handguns, long guns and compound bows using state-of-the-art technology. Inside the mobile range, women are guided through a revolutionary introduction process, called the Test Shots™ and Test Flights™ by Certified National Rifle Association instructors and archery coaches. Onsite, at the Shoot Like A Girl Gun Counter, people can also compare a variety of firearms including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, shotguns, and rifles from Shoot Like A Girl’s firearms partners. New and experienced shooters are invited to attend.
Shoot Like A is committed to educating others about the importance in firearm safety. Those who visit the range will learn about safe responsible gun ownership, the benefits of firearms, and the positive influence the participation of shooting sports can have on your life. New and experienced shooters are invited to attend.
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