From the NRA Blog, by Kerrin Brinkman, on results of IPSC World Shoot — “The ladies who represent the US of A also had an incredible showing, bringing home seven individual medals and three team medals. Here’s a breakdown of how our girls did on the other side of globe.” Visit the NRA blog to […]
Courtesy of womenofuspsa.com — Check in on all the latest news from Women of the United States Practical Pistol Association. Here, they rank the top three women shooters for 2011 by division and area. See who made the list.
Natalie Foster, of Girls Guide to Guns, highlighted this little piece of news recently, about Kate Middleton’s female bodyguard. Upon reading the article, I discovered that Muammar Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi hired a legion of 40 female bodyguards, called the Amazonian Guard. Wow. To say that I was amazed is an understatement. So, I started thinking […]
One title I never thought I would hold within my department is that of armorer. I don’t consider myself to be mechanically inclined. I am confident that with proper instruction, oversight and explanation I would quickly catch on. What I may lack in mechanical inclination I more than make up for in determination and enthusiasm. […]
The future of shooting sports is bright, bright, bright — especially since it has 13-year-old Molly Smith at the forefront, leading the pack of teens who are nipping at the heels of the established shooters, and already understanding the importance of communicating about their love of shooting. Read Molly Smith’s interview here at The WON, and see if you don’t just have a little hint of a smile during the course of the interview.