If you are seeking inspiration as you consider the decision to carry, it might help to hear directly from other women who have been down that path.
Already an ambassador for the Second Amendment and a champion of women in the outdoors, Titus will help break the stigma surrounding silencers.
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Because making ethical shots on a big-game hunt is a must, here are a few things you'll want to keep in mind when setting up for your shot.
Kristy Titus has embarked on countless hunts and knows that once you’re in the field, you need to be prepared for anything.
No matter the type of firearm you're handling, fit is key. There is no "one size" fits all gun, and for that reason it may be necessary to make some adjustments to your gun to make it the best fit for you.
Having a clear sight picture is essential to making precise and accurate shots. When shooting with a rifle, a scope is a great tool that can help shooters see a sight picture that would otherwise be faraway, near and clear. However, taking a shot with the wrong sight picture in your scope will end up hurting your shot outcome.
Finding your natural point of aim (NPA) is one of the most important aspects of downrange accuracy. The goal of NPA is to lessen natural body movement that could affect your shot.