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.

Wicked Hearts and Evil Purposes

Are you tired of hearing it, yet?  Guns are the problem. The NRA is the problem. The GOP… Read More >

Gun Cleaning … Is for Husbands?

I am somewhat of a neat freak, and I find myself managing moments of obsessive compulsive behavior by cleaning and… Read More >

An Unexpected CCW Student

If you live in Connecticut (or know someone who does), then you likely know how time-consuming it can be to… Read More >

Eddie Eagle Celebrates 30 Years

A media release recently announced that the National Rifle Association’s Eddie Eagle GunSafe Program is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. Read More >

Women in the Boys’ Club

An interesting topic came up at a table of fellow media professionals at which I was the only female seated… Read More >

Bland, Basic, Boring and Black

Not too long ago, I was working with a group of USCCA Instructor candidates, watching them as they endeavored to… Read More >

A Father’s Side of Abuse

In the January issue of Concealed Carry Magazine, we shared an article about my friend and fellow coworker, Beth Vaughn. Read More >

Show Me Your Hands!

Last fall, I traveled to Portland, Oregon, to visit the home of Crimson Trace, where I learned about the company,… Read More >

Concealed Carry Options for Petite Women

I’ve written a blog post previously about holster options for larger women, and I was recently asked to… Read More >

Beth Walker: Competitive Shooter … Future of 2A

I find it exciting and exhilarating to bring new people — especially children — to the shooting range. These young… Read More >

Hey, New York: We Want Our (Toy) Guns

For this past Christmas, I purchased what I thought would be a fun/funny gift for my husband. It’s a BUG… Read More >

How Many Guns Are Too Many Guns?

I remember years ago (in my 2A infancy) when my husband and I had a Springfield Armory XD … and… Read More >

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