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.
Chad Francis offers 6 tips for dads of daughters competiting in shooting sports.
The AG & AG Tactical Foo-Foo MasterMind program is not the key to creating balance and achieving dreams – it’s YOUR key. With your AG & AG sisters, you brainstorm solutions to barriers, create strategies for success, and energize your empowerment for navigate life’s blurses (blessings and curses). There is no greater gift than love and no one more deserving than YOU. Become a MasterMind and become the most awe-inspiring “YOU” you can be.
You have your travel arrangements confirmed, booked your hotel, and excitedly opened the envelope with your show credentials. You might think you have done your pre-show prep, but you haven’t started until you think about and incorporate these 10 tips for your SHOT Show success: 1. Avoid the SHOT Show Crud. Generally people measure how […]
When a shooter has a poor grip on her pistol, she may experience a malfunction or difficulty achieving target accuracy. The grips shown are not dangerous per se, but they are techniques to avoid. They are often seen in movies and typically reflect the lack of real firearms training. Grips to avoid include: Tea Cup […]
By Dani Durante. Over the years I talked a lot about wanting to try a shooting match, but I never took the time to look into signing up. With a career and then having children I put my interests on hold until I thought I would have time. After moving to Texas, I saw A Girl & A Gun signs and told David that I wanted to join and get into competitive shooting, but again I didn’t think my needs or wants were a priority over taking kids everywhere they needed to go or setting up those so important playdates. David bought me a membership in 2015 for my Christmas present. It was the best Christmas present a girl could get. Not only did it give me some quality time on the range, it also gave our family something to do together.
There are times, both in comρetition and self-defense you may need to shοot weak-handed. In comρetition, the course of fire may call for it or in a self-defense situation, you may not have use of your strong hand. Practicing shοoting with your weak hand is an important skill to develop. If you’re choosing to shοot […]
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.
By Heather Eckert. If you want to be a firearms instructor, the NRA Instructor Certification is a great place to start for a strong foundation. My NRA Certification was a respected resume credential that opened doors to new employment and allowed me to advance well beyond basic Pistol Instructor.
We all worry about it. And stress about it. And panic about it. What are some of the reasons shooters get DQ’d? And what really happens then? A few of the ladies who DQ’d at the 2017 A Girl & A Gun’s Brownells Ladies Multigun Fall Festival share their stories.