Love At First Shot
Smith & Wesson Captain Julie Golob is a busy mom who's constantly searching for new, quick recipes for her family. Natalie and Julie teach us how to whip up Julie's famous Faux Pho 2.0—an easy dish that doesn’t sacrifice flavor.
Natalie travels to Maine and cooks up a delicious stew with Paula Young Lee, author of a number of hunting and cooking books. Paula shows us that even under appreciated cuts of meat like deer shoulder can be transformed into a delectable dish.
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.
The Love at First Shot crew visits Joshua Creek Ranch in Boerne, Texas, to get some tips from Chef Michael, who’s been cooking wild game for 30-plus years. Mouth-watering quail poppers, axis steak in a cherry chipotle sauce and pheasant enchiladas are all on the menu in this episode.
A trip to the gun store can be overwhelming, especially when you’re buying your first firearm. Join us as we follow two first-time buyers as they take their first steps toward gun ownership.
Half the fun of purchasing your first handgun is making it your own. Colion Noir shares his thoughts on the handgun buying experience, and Natalie Foster travels to Wisconsin to learn about DuraCoat, a special paint coating for your handgun, available in hundreds of colors.
We join the ladies of Cabela’s and Thompson/Center as they seek out their first turkey. Accompanied by professional hunting guide Wade Middleton, these women find that the camaraderie they share is just as much of a trophy as any turkey could be.
The benefits of hunting are tremendous, not only in bringing people together, but also in conservation. Natalie Foster meets with NRA Women’s Leadership Forum member and SCI Diana Award winner Suzie Brewster, and Nicole Reeve of Driven TV, to discuss the reasons we hunt.
When tackling your first hunt, it’s important to carefully choose the right gear for your adventure. Host Natalie Foster gets some advice from Danielle Sanville of Thompson/Center and then heads to Prois Hunting Apparel to talk with Kirstie Pike and Katherine Grand about how to keep warm on a hunt.
We’ve learned about the many types of ammo and how to determine what you need. Now it’s time to try them out. Join Natalie Foster and ammo pro and NRA Certified Instructor Melanie Sturgis as they compare several rounds.