The Bucket Brigade

This past week saw historic flooding in the southeast Texas area with Hurricane/Tropical Storm Harvey. The AG & AG sisterhood churned up more of a storm than Harvey – and in a good way. The AG & AG sisterhood was in full swing to help their sisters in harm’s way. Cindy Bowser, Facilitator of the Elizabethtown PA Chapter, initiated a “Bucket Brigade” to help those in need.

Gun Shaming Is Damaging Our Industry

It is fine if you are a fan of a specific manufacture, and have a gun that you are loyal to and would rather cut off your trigger finger than ever be forced to shoot a different gun. But sometimes the gun is going to choose you and not the other way around. You are entitled to your opinion, but if it isn’t yours and you don’t have to shoot it, keep your gun-shaming comments to yourself.

Cypress Chapter Raises Over $1,000 for Operation Homefront

The Cypress Chapter raised money throughout 2015 for Operation Homefront because their support of military families spoke volumes to our members. Our fundraising efforts span shooting local competition matches as well as one unique Thirty-One Gifts fundraising sale. We surpassed our goal of $1,000 and will do even more next year with support of our […]

“Geaux Pink” with the Baton Rouge Chapter

The Baton Rouge, LA, Chapter of A Girl & A Gun Women’s Shooting League held a charity raffle to “Geaux Pink” in support of the Mary Bird Perkins Cancer Center. AG & AG members filled a gift basket with donated items, including handmade notecards, AGAG t-shirt, off hand gear shirt, $25 Chili’s gift card, $50 Wal-Mart […]