Gina Roberts of Vista, CA, won the 2nd Quarter 2017 League Match! Lisa Tripp of Troy, OH, and Laurie Anderson of College Station, TX, placed 2nd and 3rd.
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.”
Lisa Tripp of Troy, OH, was the national first-place winner with a score of 24.61. Cindi Dietrich of Jacksonville, NC, came in second with a score of 30.40. Cheryl Fordyce of the Tallahassee, FL, chapter placed third with a score of 30.54.
Andrea Kennedy is the winner of a Colt Competition CRX-16 rifle, which was presented at 3-Gun University on March 19, 2017. The event, which took place at the CMP Talladega Marksmanship Park, offered 2 days of training sessions on pistol, shotgun, and rifle with competitors running a 4-stage match on the final day to put their new skills to the test. Competitors were able to visit the prize table in random order. Andrea, who is Active Duty in the Michigan Army National Guard, was the lucky participant drawn to go first.
A highlight of the 2017 A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) 3-Gun University is the star-studded lineup of “professors” that will be instructing students on the rules and strategies of 3 gun. 3-Gun University takes place March 17-19, 2017, at the CMP Marksmanship Park in Talladega, Alabama.
Unique ARs has 33 different hand guard designs and a custom department with a design team to help people create their own designs. If you are ever in the McCall, Idaho area, you are welcome to stop in at Unique ARs and take a tour. And while they don’t have a store-front, they do have a display rack with every design they make. “It’s a great opportunity to touch and feel the weight of each one,” smiles Katie.
Christi says, “I invited the women to shoot with me. It’ll just be fun, the camaraderie and shooting together again. I wouldn’t know any of these gals if not for the Brownells Fall Fest match. We started getting to know each other on Facebook before we met personally. Now, we have women, most who are members of A Girl & A Gun, coming together from all over to shoot. It just takes being creative and getting the people. Why can’t we do this everywhere?”
AUSTIN, TX — A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League proudly announces the winners of the 4th Quarter 2016 League Match. Cheryl Fordyce of the Tallahassee, FL, reclaimed her thrown with a first-place score of 24.71. Lisa Tripp of Troy, OH, came in second with a score of 28.62.
The purpose of range commands is to establish clear, concise, and standard methods of range operation in order to make things move efficiently and enhance safety. On a shooting range, in a firearms class, or in competition, commands are just that: commands! They are not suggestions or good ideas – they are words that demand a particular course of action.
If you have ever thought to yourself “I wish I could do that, but I’m not a good enough shot” or “I need more practice” and it is keeping you from trying your hand at action shooting sports, here is something that you should know.