Women & Guns

Women are the fastest-growing segment of the firearms community and have a unique set of needs when it comes to carrying concealed. Find helpful tips and articles, including the Pacifiers & Peacemakers series, to empower you to be your family’s ultimate protector.

Who Gets to Define ‘Crazy?’

Is there anyone reading this who wants crazy people to have firearms? Anyone? Of course not. No one wants a… Read More >

Not Just Packin’ … Packin’ Neat

I’ve mentioned before that I am an organization nut. “A place for everything and everything in its place” would truly… Read More >

Top 15 Blogs for Women Shooters: Grateful to Be Mentioned Among the Best

There are incredible women in the firearms industry, and I always count myself very blessed to be able to meet… Read More >

Are You a Mama Bear?

Are you a mother? If so, when it comes to you and your children, would you describe yourself as a… Read More >

Do Guns Make You Uncomfortable?

An interesting exchange occurred on a popular social media site a few weeks ago, and I thought I would share… Read More >

Chamber Check

I have this recurring dream (or should I say “nightmare”) in which I am forced to use my firearm in… Read More >

The Dangers of Vehicles

A few weeks ago, my just-turned-16-year-old daughter was at the wheel driving my son and me to his elementary school… Read More >

August Is National Shooting Sports Month

So, what have you been up to this month? Squeezing in that one last summer vacation to the beach with… Read More >

There’s More to It Than Fit

“The best gun for you is the one that will fit your hand.” I have heard this sentence (or a… Read More >

Why a Trigger Press Requires Intent and Justification

One of the safety rules we focus on in every firearms class and safety briefing is keeping your finger off… Read More >

What’s in Your Range Bag?

A range bag is a necessary transportation accessory for the “normal” things you need at the shooting range as well… Read More >

Ladies, Defend Your Men

I received a message not long ago from a 73-year-old woman named Lynette who made a fantastic point, one that… Read More >