Shoot Like A Girl's 2020 Success, 2021 Plans Progress!

Don’t worry—there’s plenty of time to shoot like a girl in 2021.

by posted on November 12, 2020
Shoot Like A Girl Tour

Shoot Like a Girl is going into the last events of its 2020 tour with impressive results and growing enthusiasm. The girl group all about guns has released its 2020 quarterly report as well as the 2021 tour schedule. If you haven’t kept up with Shoot Like a Girl’s events this year, now is the time to X out some time on your 2021 calendar.

A diverse group of women of various backgrounds, ages, ethnicities and political viewpoints gather at locations in six different states to test guns, talk tactics and empower each other. This year, Shoot Like a Girl traveled over 4,000 miles to meet, instruct and mingle with over 700 women interested in the shooting sports.

And boy, were they interested! Seventy-six percent of respondents purchased or committed to purchasing at least one firearm after their Shoot Like a Girl experience. Thirty-one percent of participants also claimed that although they didn’t hunt, the event made them want to learn. Shoot Like a Girl’s main prerogative is to introduce more women to guns and hunting while instilling safe gun-handling habits. The group inspires so many women to take steps to defend themselves, feed their families through hunting and have fun with firearms.

If Shoot Like a Girl won’t be near you next year, attend their educational Facebook Live Sessions every Tuesday at 9 a.m. Central time. These sessions are a great resource with topics ranging from “Julie Golob and Firerarm Safety,” to “Bowhunting” and everything in between.

For more information on this trusted and inspirational group of women, visit ShootLikeAGirl.com.

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