NRA Women channel launched for the ‘armed and fabulous’

NRA WomenThe 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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Cheryl Carpenter Klimek has been a political consultant handling public affairs, political campaigns and PAC management for nearly 20 years.
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  • http://Facebookonfirefox Mary Buehrig

    At 86, I am probably the oldest active female member of the NRA and want to tell you how impressed I am with the video on women in the shooting sports. For me, it is not just a sport. It is the realization that we may have to defend our own lives and those of others dear to us. My husband and my brothers were all in the military and were welcomed home as the heroes they were after WW11. My sons were not as fortunate in their homecoming after Viet Nam, but they were heroes to me. My grandson was stationed at Ft. Hood and fortunately survived that insanity. Why is it so difficult for most women to see the inherent evil sitting in Washington today? I keep talking about the need to be armed and able to defend oneself. I go to the range and keep up my own skills, realizing that I am on borrowed time and still want to do my best to defend myself and if necessary, my family and/or my country at large. PLEASE keep the welcome mat out for women in the NRA. If possible, do more to recruit women into the ranks, as I am very much afraid that the time is upon us when America will need every one of her armed men men AND women to defend our freedom: Indeed, our very lives may soon depend on our survival skills, starting with knowing how to shoot a gun.