A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) has terminated its relationship with Devil Dog Arms (DDA) after learning that founder Joe Lucania lied about his military service. On Sunday night, Lucania issued an apology on the DDA Facebook page, “I am not and was not a marine, did not serve and […]
A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League is excited to announce the 1st Quarter Member Appreciation Giveaway Winners for 2016! Helen Cadue from Pocono PA, is the new winner of a custom AR from Hammerdown Sports Gunsmithing featuring an OffHand Gear Skulls hand guard, Aero Precision lower, and Timney Trigger! Other winners include Mary […]
AUSTIN, TX — A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) announced that Brownells will be the Title Sponsor of Multigun Fall Festival. Brownells initially signed on to be a Platinum Sponsor, but upgraded to Title Sponsor for 2016 and 2017. “We’re proud to be the title sponsor of A Girl & […]
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 […]
Brenda Emerson of the Melbourne, FL, Chapter of A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) is the winner of a new revolver from Charter Arms. The surprise drawing took place at 6:00pm on February 28, 2016, to celebrate AG & AG’s five-year anniversary. “We love giveaways!” says Julianna Crowder, Founder of […]
AUSTIN TX – A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG & AG) announced today that it will have a surprise drawing on February 28, 2016, to celebrate its five-year anniversary. A lucky AG & AG member will win a new revolver from Charter Arms. “We love giveaways!” says Julianna Crowder, Founder of AG […]
AUSTIN, TX — A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League announced that it has published an innovative Shooting Journal for women shooters. While there is evidence that journaling has a positive impact on physical well-being, there are also practical applications for documenting shooting sessions. The AG & AG Shooting Journal thoughtfully combines both aspects […]
A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League is excited to announce the 4th Quarter Member Appreciation Giveaway Winners for 2015! Sara Enochs from Columbia, MO, is the new winner of a Remington Model 783 Centerfire Rifle Package! This rifle features the latest platform from Remington Arms and includes a 3-9x40mm scope. Other winners include […]
Join us on our journey to paradise from Sat. Sept. 24th to Sat. Oct. 1st 2016! A Girl & A Gun Members and their Guests can enjoy a week in the beautiful western Caribbean exploring Jamaica, Grand Cayman, and Cozumel.
While we are at sea on Carnival Cruise Line’s incredible ship, Freedom, we will have dynamic speakers, who can share quality information with you — the kind that AG & AG provides — on how to empower yourself and take on life! We will also have an AG & AG-hosted cocktail hour! Meet and greet your sisters (and their guests) from around the country!
A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League is pleased to announce that 3-Gun University: RO Certification will have the active participation of Champion 3-Gun competitor and Competition Director for the 3*Gun Nation T.V. Show, Rob Romero of Team Geissele and Remington. Formerly of Team Noveske, Rob brings with him a vast knowledge base of 3*gun theory, tips, and technique that are invaluable to any 3-gunner, whether experienced or novice. His relaxed style and sense of humor makes learning from him a fun and memorable experience that is guaranteed to further your 3-gun game.
“This is another wonderful opportunity for the membership of AG & AG to train with the best of the best in world of competitive shooting sports” says Julianna Crowder, founder of the all-ladies organization. “With so many women now participating in 3Gun, providing knowledge and confidence is extremely important to retain these shooters beyond a few matches. It also allows our membership to mentor women in their social circles, and grow the sport to those men and women who have limited exposure to our vibrant shooting community.”