This is parenting in the modern age: educating our children about a variety of threats and giving them tools and skills to stay safe. It is very difficult to educate children about a potential school shooting without scaring them. Simply making them aware of basic safety concepts and first-aid skills will go a long way to keeping them safe.
Anniston, a remarkable teen, has some sage advice for women shooters. “Don’t be intimidated by the guys and competing with them. I can see now that I can hang with the top guys and be competitive. Don’t get discouraged, there’s always room for improvement. Even if there is something they are doing and it doesn’t work for you, keep trying. You will find something that works for you.”
By Raychel Shaw. We’ve created more mother/daughter memories and made more friends who are now more like family through shooting sports than you could ever make getting your nails and hair done!
AUSTIN, TX — A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) announced that it will be a sponsor for the 2A Heritage Junior Camps in 2016. AG & AG will host a pizza dinner for the participants and their parents during the camp. The organization will also sponsor registration fees for a […]