Category Archives: Activism

She Don’t Like Guns

Awhile back, the Women’s Shooting Academy was asking for guestbloggers on their Facebook fan page. They threw out an idea for a post: how to get more women to like guns. I’ve been Googling around on the topic, because it is one that hits close to home. I didn’t like them and now I do. […]

No More League of Lethal Ladies

I received an email from Jenny Teague of the League of Lethal Ladies letting me know that the league has died. The email included a lot of useful information, so I’m posting it here for you all to see. I only went to one LLL after work shooting event, but I had a lot of […]

CCW Changes are Coming!

My hubby has a sticker on the back of his car saying that he’d like to keep his religion, guns and money and that any changed offered him can just be kept, because he’s not interested. But here’s an example of change we’re both happy to take. Nevada has passed AB143, allowing CCW permittees to […]

Gardenerville Appleseed Shoot: May 28-29, 2011

The annual May Gardenerville Appleseed Shoot is coming right up Northern Nevada gun enthusiasts! I’ve gone to the last two Gardnerville Shoots and have learned a lot and had a great time. I hope to see you there!! Here is some information about the shoot, copied from the Appleseed event page: Range: Private Property  Address: […]

2011 Nevada 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Training & Certification

The 2011 Nevada 4-H Shooting Sports Leader Training & Certification Spring Class is coming up! It will be held April 8th and 9th in Gardnerville, Nevada. If you’re local to Nevada, love shooting sports, are a responsible gun enthusiast and want to share your enthusiam and good, safe example of gun useage with youth in your […]

Woman Raped on UNR Campus Testifies at Campus Gun Bill Hearing March 18, 2011

If Nevada’s colleges and universities allowed concealed weapon permit holders to carry guns on campus it might have prevented two rapes and a murder, a sexual assault survivor told state lawmakers Friday. During emotional testimony before the Senate Government Affairs Committee Amanda Collins, 25, testified for Senate Bill 231, which would eliminate a restriction that […]