Gun Course Changes A Reporter’s Opinions

Edith Brady–Lunny  a reporter for Pantagraph.com reports on her experience as "the quintessential anti-gun nut”  who decided to take a shooting course. When I started working on a story about the controversial issue of concealed carry of weapons … [Read more...]

Teen Girl Foils Burglary Attempt

Christi Myers of  KTRK-TV, an ABC News affiliate in Huston TX. Re-reported a John DeLapp of the Galveston Daily News story on a teenage girl in Texas City who "was alone when a pair of intruders broke into her family's house, but she turned the … [Read more...]

Want A Handgun In D.C.? Good Luck.

Emily Miller, the senior editor for the Washington Times, writes about her struggle to lawfully acquire a handgun in Washington D.C.  From an exorbitant amount of paperwork, being required to buy her gun and take private lessons out-of-state, to … [Read more...]

Protect Your Baby

  I don’t want to beat a dead horse,  nor do I wish to be accused of glorifying tragic events. However, I’d like to point out two things for your consideration from this Huffington Post story on Sarah McKinley.  Watch the video, and pay close … [Read more...]

Woman Defends Herself and Son

Sarah Stewart, a reporter for KFOR-TV in Oklahoma, reported on an 18 year old Blanchard mother who "was forced to shoot and kill a man who was breaking into her home Saturday afternoon.  Sarah Dawn McKinley was home alone with her three month old son … [Read more...]

Women Embrace Shooting

The Early Show On CBS has a great story submitted by Katrina Szish. Female participation in target shooting in the U.S. has nearly doubled in the last decade, growing to nearly five million women since 2001. Pistol-shooting mommas and … [Read more...]

Women Aim for Fun

Sofia Hollander reported in The Wall Street Journal on  "The Women's Shooting Sports League, a Manhattan-based group that for nearly a decade has been gathering once a month to shoot at a range in Chelsea.”  In her story she reports that a wide range … [Read more...]