Missing Some Motivation? Try These Tips.
If you have resolved to go to the range on a regular basis, practice more often or learn something new, how do you ensure that you will actually do it?
Your Found Family: Shooting Sports Welcome You
Like food and water, a sense of belonging is a fundamental human need, one that is often satisfied by being with your "peeps" on the range.
Gun Grief! Still No Ammo?
Dry-fire got you down? Ammogeddon anxiety? Let a licensed psychologist walk you through her gun grieving process.
Even Flow: Effortless Shooting With Muscle Memory
You shoot much better than you know. Here's how to get out of your own way.
Workplace Security & Employers Who Prohibit Guns
Workplace security is just as important as home defense.
On the Line: Mind Your Own Business!
We can learn a lot by watching others, but it may not always pay off.
This is Not a Test: When Your Life Depends on Your Defensive Training
When a car follows you into your driveway at 3 a.m., you can be pretty sure it’s not a girl selling Thin Mints and Do-Si-Dos. See how this NRA Women contributor’s years of firearm training prepared her for this heart-pounding real-life scenario.
How to Be a Champion—Or Just Have Fun
A five-time 3-D Archery World Champion, and the only woman to take Africa's Big 5 with a bow, shares her philosophy on competing, winning—and paying it forward.
Crisis Response: Why Didn’t She ... ?
A psychologist explains why, before we judge how others react to a crisis, we should have a better understanding of the human condition.
How to Become a Shooting Coach (and Happier Person)
Empowering other women with self-defense know-how doesn’t just help them—it helps you, too.