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Last night, a friend of GB’s drove in for a visit. They haven’t seen each other in about a year and they’ve missed each other a lot. They stayed up late last night, talking and catching up. I couldn’t stay up with them because I had to get up early this morning, so I headed […]

Gun Blogger Rendezvous: NRA Breakfast and Range Time

My alarm went off at 7:00 a.m., later than it goes off on a workday Friday, but still entirely too early. Meeting new people and traipsing all over Cabela’s before ditching dinner and conversation for college courses apparently can make one very sleepy! But, as we all repeated to ourselves over the course of the rendezvous, in […]

League of Lethal Ladies after work shooting night

On Monday after work, I went home and threw off my beautiful work ensemble in exchange for old jeans, old tennis shoes and a ball cap. I grabbed my purse, my Walther and my range bag and headed out the door for a 30 minute drive over to the League of Lethal Ladies after work shooting night […]

How I Got Comfortable With Guns

Part II Goal: Getting me shooting. GB didn’t plan on taking me to an empty, indoor range, staffed by a female range officer for my first range experience, but it worked out that way. And I’m glad it did. The range officer was able to give us her undivided attention as I learned how to […]

Appleseed After Action Report

This Memorial Day weekend, I spent my time honoring America’s veterans by laying face down in the Nevada dirt for three days straight. It was awesome! It’s called an Appleseed (see appleseedinfo.org). Below you’ll find a brief synopsis of my time in Gardnerville, shooting redcoats and learning about the Revolutionary War and the founding of […]

Things I Need for Appleseed: Updated

What to bring to an Appleseed Event Checklist http://www.appleseedinfo.org/pdf/what_to_bring_shoot.pdf Not everything listed here is necessary. This list was compiled from the experience of those who have attended an Appleseed. It includes those things that did or would have made their experience more enjoyable. Remember that you need to bring whatever it takes to learn to […]