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Spotlight on Women’s Shooting Leagues – The Well Armed Woman

Information and resources by women, for women.

“Women are different than men. We’re not better, we’re not worse, we’re just different.” That understanding is what led Carrie Lightfoot to a new career. When she decided to buy a gun for self-defense, she started looking for information and resources – and found them…
The DC Project Women's Gun Rights

Women From Each State Are Lobbying for Gun Rights This Week

DC Project seeks to change the image of gun owners.

The DC Project is aiming to change the image of what people typically think of as gun owners in this country: rich, older, white males. Fifty women from each of the 50 states convened on Washington, DC, this past week (from June 12 to June…
Shotgun Class at A Girl and a Gun

Women’s Shooting Group Spotlight: A Girl and a Gun Women’s Shooting League

Shooting groups build camaraderie and education.

A Girl and A Gun Women’s Shooting League (AG&AG) came about because of the concept that women often enjoy the camaraderie of meeting with like-minded women and learning in a structured setting. “I got the idea for AG&AG while trying to build my business as…
bullets and gun on counter in retail gun store

Guns Sales Are Down Overall, But Minorities Are Taking Up Arms

Welcome to our new brothers and sisters in arms.

According to FBI statistics, gun sales have dropped significantly since the election of Donald J. Trump. This contrasts the boost in sales gun manufacturers and retailers saw when President Obama was elected. But firearms sellers say they are seeing an uptick in sales from one…
woman wearing goggles with one eye closed aiming a handgun

This Is Why More Women Are Carrying Guns

Any wonder why more women are carrying?

Almost every women has been in a situation in which she was afraid because a man was angry. Some women have even experienced having a man with a gun being upset with her. This is even more frightening. The statistics show that being a female increases…
Women Need to Take On Combat Roles

Army Lieutenant Encourages Military Women to Enter Combat Roles

Ernst stresses that women should take the opportunity.

Sen. Joni Ernst, the first female combat veteran to serve in the United States Senate, is encouraging women to enter combat roles. A small number of female service members are able to fulfill this type of role adequately, but Ernst underscores the importance of women…