The National Rifle Association has re-launched its NRA Women channel online, aiming to capitalize on the growing number of women who want to be “armed and fabulous.”
The website spotlights women who shoot competitively, for self-defense and those who work to defend the Second Amendment.
“We are proud and excited to announce the new and improved NRA Women presented by Smith & Wesson Corp.,” the NRA Women’s Network announced on their Facebook page. “Our mission is to expose the public to the female face of the NRA. Look for profiles featuring women in the shooting sports who are making their voices known coming soon!”
NRA Women features the Women’s Leadership Forum, a lifestyle section that includes “Girls & Guns Night Out”, and “Range Ready” providing tips and tactics.
The NRA has made gun safety a priority, and includes women in that endeavor. Refuse To Be A Victim® seminars are conducted all over the country, and the site lists schedules and information.
Watch here to see the powerful “New Energy” video from the NRA.
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