Annette Wachter Shooting

Profile: Anette Wachter

While fans of long-range competitive shooting familiar with the name Anette Wachter would be forgiven for assuming her advanced skills come from a lifelong involvement in the shooting sports, they would be mistaken. In fact, you may find it surprising how relatively new to the shooting community she is.

Second Acts: Shoot Like A Girl’s Karen Butler

Shoot Like a Girl founder Karen Butler shares her journey of inviting women to shoot guns and bows under the guidance of competent female instructors.

Book Review—Stalked and Defenseless: How Gun Control Helped My Stalker Murder My Husband in Front of Me

No one imagines that anything so horrible could happen to them, but Nikki Goeser discusses how the places you would most likely need a gun to protect yourself are gun-free zones.

Williams Sisters Join Team Colt

The Utah-based sisters will represent Colt at shooting competitions and industry events.

7 Questions For Savage Arms' Legendary Effie Sullivan

Since 1973, this pioneer among women in the gun industry has blazed her own trail with Savage Arms.

Kendall Jones: From Bullied Teen Huntress to Riton Team Ambassador

This teen huntress was bullied on social media for her beliefs, but her perseverance paid off with a brand ambassadorship with optics company Riton.

A Tale of Two Countries

Immigrant and business owner Julia Huang finds freedom and a new appreciation for firearms.

From Farm to the Freeways: Keeping the Supply Chain Intact

Without farmers and truckers, your cupboards during the pandemic might likely be bare.

Second Acts: Vera Koo

Eight-time Bianchi Cup Women's National Champion Vera Koo tells us her story.

A Golden Moment with a Gold Medalist

We'll have to wait until 2021 for the next great Olympic moment, but until then, we can reminisce about one of the greatest Olympians America has ever produced.

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