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.

Carolina Custom Foam: Functional Custom Art for Firearms

I try to do Christmas shopping all year round, and I’ll purchase a little something here and there whenever I… Read More >

Sticker Shock: Bumper Sticker Calamities

I recently attended the 33rd annual Gun Rights Policy Conference and was sitting next to my friend, Greg Hopkins, who… Read More >

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 >

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