Profiles | Shooting For Gold: Kim Rhode
The International Shooting Sport Federation calls Kim Rhode "the most successful shotgun shooter of all time." Yet this four-time Olympic medalist is also a full-time adventurist— loving nothing more than, well, anything. With interests ranging from cars, cooking and collecting to fishing, hiking and hunting, Kim takes on everything with an infectious zest for life.
Meet Arizona Game & Fish Department's Newest Commissioner—Marsha Petrie Sue
The adage "if you want something done, ask a busy person" is personified by Marsha Petrie Sue, one of her state's busiest women!
Truly Worthy: Donna Worthy Wins NRA Golden Bullseye
How did this one-time cop become so integral to helping women find and train with the right firearm for them? By caring so much.
Who Was 2022’s Woman Gun Owner?
The Well Armed Woman's 2022 survey results offer insight into today's women gun owners.
Lena Miculek Takes Home Gundie for Best Shooter
It's deja vu all over again as the pro shooter receives a third Gundie in as many years.
The Indomitable Spirit of Frontierswoman Emma Kelly
This adventure-driven pioneer's biggest accomplishment might be better defined by what she didn’t do.
A Few Words from Two of Freedom’s Greatest Benefactors
Watch this exclusive America's 1st Freedom interview with Larry and Brenda Potterfield, two of NRA's most dedicated ambassadors.
Team Federal Women Medal at 2022 XIII CAT Championships
Congratulations to Caitlin Connor and Kayle Browning for their medal performances in Women’s Trap and Skeet.
Ellen Ainsworth and the Sicily-Rome American Cemetery
An initiative has begun to have 2nd Lt. Ainsworth’s Silver Star upgraded to the Medal of Honor, which would make her only the second woman to be awarded the medal.
Holiday Gift Guide: Veteran- and Military Spouse-Owned Companies
U.S. veterans and military spouses have given more than most to keep our country free. Show your support by checking out these five companies created by entrepreneurial veterans and military spouses—and learn how they are still giving back.
A Girl & A Gun Founder Announces Retirement
Julianna Crowder hosted the first AG & AG Girls Night Out in 2011, and helped grow it to be one of the nation's premier women’s training organization.