Lucky 7: Girls With Guns' New Season Dropping Now

Outdoor programming is so much more fun to watch when the action is real, and so are the "actors."

by posted on May 26, 2021
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Seventh seasons aren't always lucky (cough, cough Game of Thrones cough, cough), but the word on Girls with Guns TV (GWGTV) is that it's a winner. If you're not familiar with Girls With Guns TV, but you enjoy outdoor programming, then here's why it should be your next weekend TV binge: It was created by women like you, stars women like you, and is for you and women like you. Outdoor programming is so much more fun to watch when the action is real, and so are the "actors."

The "actors" of Girls With Guns TV are Jen O'Hara and Norissa Harman, the real founders of a company called Girls With Guns...which wasn't originally created for entertainment purposes. Girls With Guns began as many such successful businesses do: with frustration. O'Hara and Harman, dedicated hunters, were sick and tired of trying to make men's hunting clothing work for them in the field, and decided to do something about it by designing, creating and selling their own women's hunting clothing.

But a little something funny happened along the way. O'Hara and Harman learned that there's no such thing as a hunting garment without a story. That blaze-orange jacket tells the tale of one woman's dream buck; that set of reinforced upland pants talks about stalking pheasants in late-fall snow. Girls With Guns TV is the way to tell those stories. For six years, those stories have been available on Carbon TV and YouTube. Now Girls With Guns TV is back for its seventh season, with episodes dropping monthly.

You can watch Jen O’Hara and Norissa Harman, Co-Founders of Girls with Guns Clothing, hunt antelope in California and whitetail in Pennsylvania; provide firearms training to new gun owners; and host their Annual Girls with Guns (GWG) Ladies Week in Wyoming to harvest mule deer and whitetail.

“We are showcasing some new faces this season, including that of my daughter Olivia who has gone on all of our hunts with us this past year,” said Jen, GWG’s CEO. “Becoming a mom in 2019 definitely changed my hunting life, and I am so excited to be able to involve Olivia in our outdoor heritage.”

“We had so much fun filming the Annual Girls with Guns Ladies Week,” said Norissa, GWG’s creative director. “After the year we all had in 2020, it was vital for us to get together and be in community with some awesome ladies. We loved sharing all of our new products with them, as well as a behind-the-scenes look at what we are working on developing for the future.”

Tune in for a seventh season that won't disappoint (still looking at you, Game of Thrones), or click here for more information!

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