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.

Myths and Misunderstandings Surrounding the PINK Gun

If you’re a woman and you’re interested in firearms, you’ve likely come across a pink gun or two. In my… Read More >

Eliminating “Gun Violence”

There is a lot of power to words and to their connotations. And we should be well aware that the… Read More >

Disparity of Force: Why Women Need Guns

No matter who you are or how you look at it, we all have to come to terms with the… Read More >

Women Firearms Instructors

Is there a sign that says “insult me” hanging somewhere over my head? I’m mulling over that possibility, because I’ve… Read More >

Firearms and the Military Wife

I recently spotted a friend and fellow instructor’s Facebook post about getting military wives involved with firearms training. Nicolle Griffin,… Read More >

Situational Awareness: Using the O.O.D.A. Loop

I was recently made aware of some unsettling occurrences that took place at a local Target, a store where my… Read More >

Because You Asked: My Competition Guns

As some people may know, I have the honor of being part of The Well Armed Woman Competitive Shooting Team. Read More >

Once Upon a Holster…

Women often ask me for advice on holsters. I’m happy to listen to their needs and share some ideas, maybe… Read More >

Shooting Skills…And The Voices In My Head

You’re doing it wrong. The words repeated themselves over and over again in my head. I adjusted my grip, stared… Read More >

Fashionably Armed Friday

I’ve decided to take up a little time and space in this column to address what has become an odd… Read More >

What I’ve Discovered About “Gun Nuts”

I recently had the opportunity to speak at the Bama Carry Freedom Rally, a Second Amendment event in my home… Read More >

Talking to Kids About Guns: Interview with a 6-Year-Old

Last year around this time, I made a post about my then 4-year-old son and a conversation he… Read More >

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