In the season one finale of Love at First Shot, host Natalie Foster visits the first-ever all ladies 3-gun competition—the Brownells Lady 3-Gun Pro-Am Challenge. Team Smith & Wesson’s Lena Miculek gives tips to newcomers to the sport, and Natalie learns that half the fun of competing is the camaraderie between women.
Vera Koo credits her success not just to dedicated practice, but also her dedication to her personal health. Shooting practice combined with physical fitness will bring your performance to the next level. So get out there and get fit!
Twin biathletes Lanny and Tracy Barnes are in sync when it comes to almost everything. But when Lanny fell ill and missed key qualifying races, Tracy did something her twin never saw coming: Tracy gave up her own spot on the 2014 Olympic team so Lanny could compete in her place.
Champion competitive clays shooter Jane Brown Keller, a founding member of the Annie Oakley Shooters, explains how to position yourself on the clays field and follow your target in order to get a direct hit.
Who better to answer that question than Team Smith & Wesson's winningest shooters?
Think a 12-gauge shotgun is too much for you to handle? Champion competitive clays shooter Jane Brown Keller, a founding member of the Annie Oakley Shooters, offers expert tips on handling and shooting an over-under shotgun.
Next to your shotgun, the gear you take to the range can mean the difference between breaking just a few or a lot of clays. Champion competitive clays shooter Jane Brown Keller, a founding member of the Annie Oakley Shooters, shows us the important gear she never forgets to pack before heading to the clays field.