Wanna Win Won?

If you are a woman and you love shooting and the outdoors, you have to head over to the WON, Women’s Outdoor News site, and check out all the great articles and reviews  they have for you there.  And don’t forget to enter the contest for an awesome Bang Bang Boutique range bag by CLICKING HERE.  Just comment on the post and tell them what you keep in your range bag – or what you would like to keep in it – that most other ladies would not.  It’s a great chance to win a great gift.

Enjoy!

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“Is there a little feral ‘Kat’ in all of us?”

That’s the question asked by Barbara Baird over at Women’s Outdoor News, regarding the blockbuster movie, The Hunger Games.  Apparently, I’m way behind the times, having not yet read The Hunger Games series, nor seen the movie – though I’m hoping to remedy that situation next weekend.

Check out Barbara’s comments on THG, and her comparison of Katniss Everdeen (the heroine) with Stacey Huston, real-life bow hunter in “Is there a little feral ‘Kat’ in all of us?” – and let me know if you have read the books or seen the movie.  I’d love to know what you think of them!

Women earning more leadership positions in shooting sports

Publisher/Editor, Barbara Baird, over at Women’s Outdoor News, has a good post today about leading ladies in the shooting industry.  She notes that in the shooting sports, women have been allowed to compete on a level playing field with men, and have risen to leadership positions in the industry, overall.

As Barbara said, “. . . are we seeing a paradigm here? Women tried to play football and no one attended the games. Women’s sports, even at collegiate levels, do not command the gate revenue that men’s sports do. But, in the shooting sports, where women shoot during the same tournament or match, yet compete against other women (and themselves, really), are we seeing the rise of women in leadership levels because they are allowed to compete alongside the men, and compete in other areas then, as well?”

Check out her story here:  “Ladies, first, in the gun industry?