Hunting is More Fun with Your +One

Babes With Bullets & NSSF have joined forces to mentor a new huntress. Nominate a first-time huntress to join you in this year's Ladies Adventure Camp Experience and she could hunt for free.

by posted on July 7, 2020
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You and your best gal pals bond over all types of activities: shopping, yoga, dining, parenting and more. Except you hunt and she doesn’t. You know she’d love it if she had the opportunity. Well, now’s the chance for both of you to share in what will no doubt be an epic weekend of outdoor adventure, while encouraging and educating a new huntress.

Babes With Bullets’ Ladies Adventure Camp Experience (LACE) and the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), through its +ONE Movement, have joined forces to help mentor a new huntress. Nominate a friend for her first hunt. If you are selected, you and she will hunt hog and doe with LACE for the price of one.

To nominate your friend, tell when and how you met, how hunting has changed your life and why you want to bring a friend. Submit your nomination by August 1 to [email protected]. (Travel to and from the event is not included.)

Complete details of the Third Annual LACE Hog & Doe Hunt, which will take place at the Hawks Double Mountain Ranch in Rotan, Texas, can be found here.

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