Team Smith & Wesson captain Julie Golob captured the bronze medal at one of the world’s biggest shooting competitions, finishing third in the ladies production pistol division at the recent World Shooting Competition.
In just two weeks after returning to competition from a year long maternity leave, professional competition shooter, author and mother Julie Golob finished second among the female competitors at the World Action Pistol Championships hosted by Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park City, Ky.
Multi-time world champion, pro shooter and Team Smith & Wesson Captain Julie Golob will make numerous appearances and hold a book signing for her book Shoot: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition at the 2014 SHOT Show in Las Vegas.
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.
Smith & Wesson Corp. announced today that seven-year Smith & Wesson Shooting Team Captain Julie Golob has recently been awarded the National Rifle Association (NRA) Action Pistol Distinguished Badge.
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.
Smith & Wesson, a U.S.-based leader in firearm design and manufacturing, has signed on as a bronze sponsor for the Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt. Smith & Wesson professional shooting team captain Julie Golob will attend the hunt as a special guest. The hunt will take place October 3 to October 6, 2013, at The Ranch at Ucross outside Buffalo, Wyoming, and will be hosted by the Wyoming Women’s Foundation.
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.
For the past 35 years, competitors from all over the world have traveled to mid-Missouri to compete in a shooting competition started by John Bianchi, founder of Bianchi International, the MidwayUSA & NRA Bianchi Cup. This year’s match was almost guaranteed to be one for the books before the first shot rang out. It was […]
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.
This week’s giveaway is courtesy of our fabulous partner and supporter, Armed in Heels. This fantastic prize package includes the following items to help you if you’re arming yourself (in heels) or enjoying a day at your local shooting range: Galco CarrySafe (medium size) A copy of SHOOT: Your Guide to Shooting and Competition by […]
Glasgow, MT – In this month’s episode of JulieG Radio, champion shooter, author, veteran, hunter and expecting mom Julie Golob tackles the tough question should I shoot while I am pregnant? Going beyond just the short answer, to discuss the issue with your physician and partner, Julie delves deep into the subject and lists resources […]
We are delighted to launch our series called “Hot Caliber Huntress,” by featuring the Captain of Team Smith & Wesson, Julie Golob. A “Hot Caliber Huntress” exemplifies high standards and ethics when it comes to hunting and the traditions associated with it.
You’ll see them on the line at prestigious shooting matches all over the world. Six women wear the company’s trademarked bright blue shirt with additional sponsors logos carefully placed. But make no mistake; the blue shirt says it all. As designated competition shooters for Smith & Wesson, these women not only exemplify the finest skills […]
Looking for the perfect gift for the huntress or shooting gal in your life? Are you still searching for a gift to add to your own Christmas list? Look no further!! Our editors put together The WON’s version of a huntress and gun girl holiday wish list.