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Margaret Thompson Murdock: Shooting for Glory

The first woman to win a medal in the Olympics in a shooting event, Murdock was later inducted to the USA Shooting Hall of Fame.

In Defense of Freedom and Firearms: Ida B. Wells-Barnett

An educator, journalist and civil rights crusader, Ida B. Wells-Barnett was an advocate of the use of firearms for self-defense.

Anne Trotter Bailey, Scout & Patriot

"Mad Anne" was an unsung hero of the American Revolution.

Osa Johnson: Always in the Thick of It

A rough and tough explorer, she stopped stampedes and felled ferocious felines, while documenting her adventures with a crank camera.

 

Points of Impact: March 13, 2021

In Case You Missed It: Second Amendment Ambassadors, Riflewomen in History, Shotgun Dry Practice ...

Martha D. Maxwell: First Famous Female Taxidermist

Maxwell changed how we preserve trophies and specimens forever ... here's how.

“Stagecoach Mary” Fields: Gun Totin’ and No Tolerance for Nonsense

Mary’s imposing size and personality—and trademark Smith & Wesson strapped under her apron—made her a memorable character everywhere she went.

Nancy Morgan Hart: War Woman

Hot-tempered and fearless, Revolutionary War heroine Nancy Morgan Hart cut an impressive figure.

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