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When the shooting gets tough, the Goddesses go boot shopping. The Northeast was blanketed with just enough snow to remind us we'd better get warm boots, so we can shoot through the winter.
It may not get us to Carnegie Hall, but practice is the key to success in shooting, too. With a backdrop of spectacular Fall foliage at the Beretta Shooting Grounds at Dover Furnace, the Goddesses With Guns got down to business this weekend.
The sheer joy of catching a gecko. Those of us in the shooting sports possess a strong competitive streak. We all come to play with one eye on the target and our mind's eye on the score card, whether you're Kim Rhode going for a fifth Olympic medal or a weekend Goddess With [...]
We Goddesses With Guns know it can be tough to figure out how and where to get started shooting. That's where the National Shooting Sports Foundation can help. The NSSF offers free introductory classes for women (and men) through their "First Shots" program and partner ranges nationwide.
Whether your passion is shooting, athletics or anything else, the mental preparation before an event makes the difference between a good performance and a great one. In the clay sports, hits and misses are determined by inches, but to really win big, the critical factor is the six inches between our ears.
The Connecticut Travelers spent this past Saturday sharing their love of the outdoors with the next generation. Goddesses with Guns' Athena B and Artemis Mac drove up to Orvis Sandanona in Millbrook, NY to enjoy the day with mini-Goddess in tow. Little Athena had the opportunity to try her hand at archery, riflery, fly fishing and clay shooting.
Goddesses With Guns participate at the First Annual Sporting Clays Invitational fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House of Greater Hudson Valley.