March 2020 Recap

March 2020 gave AG & AG the opportunity to shine! We utilized our digital platforms and mobile apps to continue training and outreach online. Here are some of the highlights: Digital Conference Originally slated to take place at the Cameo Shooting and Education Complex near Grand Junction, CO, the entire in-person Conference, ELEVATE 2020 Presented […]

A Girl & A Gun Conference Revolutionizes Training

A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League is once again breaking barriers for women and girls. For the past seven years, the organization’s National Conference has offered 34 simultaneous live-fire training sessions over 3.5 days for 450 women. This year the 8th National Conference Presented by SIG SAUER will achieve something even more incredible: it will offer training to participants around the country through a new digital platform.

ELEVATE Goes Digital

AG & AG National Conference is the highlight of our year, as we gather with nearly 600 of our sisters, mentors, and friends. Unfortunately, today the State of Colorado issued a directive restricting events in the state for the next 8 weeks, so we are required to transform ELEVATE 2020 to a digital event.

Coronavirus Statement

We understand the growing concern surrounding coronavirus (COVID-19) across our communities. As gun owners, you may have specific questions about how to keep your families safe, and we are here to support you every step of the way. We love safety, and we’re passionate about providing training and information that gives you the resources you need to keep yourself and your loved ones safe.

A New Decade: 2020

A Girl & A Gun entered the new decade on the heels of another fantastic year! In 2019, AG & AG membership grew to over 6,500 women in chapters at 190 ranges throughout the country that offer training and camaraderie. In 2019 the league opened 27 new chapters in 19 states. It continues to grow because of the organization’s proven firearms training and leadership programs. No other women’s organization has done more for the grassroots 2nd Amendment movement than AG & AG to bring women into shooting.