Starting this quarter, the AG & AG quarterly match has some enhancements to improve your participation experience. The Quarterly Match sounds like a “big event,” but really it is just an activity that can be done at a regularly scheduled GNO.
A Girl & A Gun facilitators offer “mini-clinics” that cover the 5 Fundamentals of Accurate Shooting at most Girls’ Night Out (GNO) events. In the interest of safety, ladies who attend a GNO receive a whole lot of new information in a very short period of time. Once your facilitator sees that you are consistently safe with your gun handling, it’s her job to be available to answer questions and offer pointers to keep you safe. Your facilitator is a fantastic resource, but making the commitment to develop skills requires that you take three simple steps.
On November 11, 2017, the Tallahassee, FL Chapter of A Girl & A Gun hosted their 1st Annual Talon Freedom 3-Gun Challenge. This match raised money for scholarships for AG & AG members to attend additional training opportunities.
Members of the San Antonio Chapter joined Founder Julianna Crowder at the 10th Annual Family Day for HAVA (Honored American Veterans Afield). HAVA is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the needs of the returning disabled veterans and active duty personnel.
Chris Evans from Elizabethtown, PA, was the winner of a one-of-a-kind A Girl & A Gun AR-15 hand guard at the Brownells Ladies’ Multigun Fall Festival. The 2017 Fall Fest Match took place October 6-7, 2017, at Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park Mammoth, KY. Unique-ARs was one of the sponsors of the event, contributing several prizes including this custom free-float forend.
For the second year in a row Ashley Rheuark was the overall winner of the Brownells Ladies’ Multigun Fall Festival. The 2017 Fall Fest Match took place this past weekend at Rockcastle Shooting Center in Park Mammoth, KY. Shooters included 117 female competitors, who tackled 8 challenging stages and 2 side matches over 2 days.
Ursula has advice for shooters attending Brownells Multigun Fall Fest, especially first time competitors. “Don’t be scared, everybody there is there to help regardless of a jersey or not. Don’t think you can’t talk to the women wearing jerseys,” she laughs. “And watch the women not wearing jerseys, they can be kicking butt just as much. A Girl & A Gun brings in a lot of new women shooters. It’s the most welcoming group. So don’t be scared to try anything and just listen and learn. Ask questions. Some of the best knowledge I’ve gathered has been at their events. And then just have fun!”
Dorothea Clevenger had bilateral knee surgery only four months ago, but that didn’t stop her from earning High Lady at the Benelli Invitational this week! For the third year, this AG & AG Facilitator (Pocono PA Chapter) participated in the sporting clays competition as a member of the Streamlight Team.
Tina Martin-Nims is a pro shooter, with many sponsors. She will be attending this year’s very popular A Girl & A Gun Brownells Ladies’ Multigun Fall Festival, where she will be teaching a section of Guided Stage Strategies, the Know Your DOPE course, as well as two sessions on “Gear Tips & Tricks.” She has some great tips to pass on to competitors to help prepare for Fall Fest as well as any other competition.
A dozen ladies from the Austin, New Braunfels, and San Antonio Chapters of A Girl & A Gun came together in south Texas at Lone Star Handgun to attempt to accomplish the prestigious Rifleman badge with Project Appleseed in a Ladyseed two-day class. Project Appleseed assembled a fantastic group of mentors that included a shoot boss, multiple line bosses, instructors, instructors-in-training, and Applecore volunteers, along with the Texas State Coordinator, to teach to basic skills of rifle marksmanship and the rifleman’s role in the United States’ independence from England.