Attendee Opportunity to Shoot Like A Girl at NRA-AM

I’ve mentioned Shoot Like A Girl many times before as an opportunity for ladies to get the feel of firearms and archery equipment at a virtual range. This year the SLG trailer will be inside the exhibit hall at the National Rifle Association’s Annual Meetings in Dallas, Texas. If you’re going to be there, stop by. Ladies, go inside and give the system a try. Men, you can by Shoot Like a Girl gear outside the trailer.

Shoot Like A Girl Mobile Range Onsite at NRA Annual Meeting in Dallas, TX

For the First Time Shoot Like A Girl Inside the Exhibit Hall at NRA Annual Meeting

Screen Shot 2018-04-18 at 8.24.30 AMAthens, AL – April 30, 2018 – Shoot Like A Girl will be at booth 12358 inside the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX for the NRA Annual Meeting May 4th – 6th, 2018. This is their 5th year of bringing Shoot Like A Girl’s, state-of-the-art, semi-trailer mobile range to the NRA Annual Meeting, but the first time it will be inside.

This new location will expand the opportunity for the company to interact with like-minded ladies, passionately advocate for law-abiding citizens, and promote the importance of introducing women to shooting sports. Since the company’s inception, over 17,000 women have shot with Shoot Like A Girl leading to an overall economic impact to the shooting sports industry of more than 73 million dollars.

Shoot Like A Girl offers women in attendance at the NRA Annual meeting the opportunity to participate in a revolutionary introduction process, called the Test Shots™ and Test Flights™. In this process, they shoot a pistol, AR platform rifle, and compound bows in a safe controlled environment in a short amount of time guided by NRA Certified Instructors and archery coaches. The trailer features a military grade firearms simulation system and a live archery range. Shoot Like A Girl also features a gun counter, where all of the participants at NRAAM can review and compare a wide variety of firearms. There are many models on display from the corporate partners including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, and rifles provide women the ability to explore available options.

The meeting attendees will be able to purchase Shoot Like A Girl logo wear and licensed products at booth 12358.

Special Note For Media:

Media is invited to Shoot Like A Girl’s mobile range during the NRA Annual meeting for live or filmed interviews. Come see and capture the excitement of the fastest growing demographic in the industry! Please make media appointments with Jeanine Sayre at jeanine.sayre@shootlikeagirl.com or 256-206-2460.

About Shoot Like A Girl:

Shoot Like A Girl is the industry leader in growing the number of women in shooting sports by empowering them with confidence with the support of their corporate partners: Cabela’s, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Beretta, Tikka, Charter Arms, Colt, GLOCK, Magpul, Savage, Peltor Sport, Truglo, Alps Outdoorz, Lyman, Trijicon, Thermacell, Mossy Oak, Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, Beman, Federal Premium Ammunition, Hoppes, Elite Archery and Scott Archery, Mathews, Hoyt, Neet Archery Products, S & S Outdoors, Loyal Dog Food,and Upper Canyon Outfitters.

To learn more about SLG2, visit Shoot Like A Girl online, or visit on Facebook and Twitter.


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You Can Learn with Shoot Like A Girl Mobile Range

A few of you have asked where you or the lady in your life can learn how to shoot. One way is to sign up for a basic firearms course. Another is to look for the Shoot Like a Girl schedule and visit a local Cabela’s. Women 16 and older can partake in the opportunity to learn at the virtual shooting range. Check it out.

 

Shoot Like A Girl Mobile Range Onsite at Cabela’s Kansas City, KS

Shoot-Like-A-Girl-SLG-Womens-shooting-courseAthens, AL – Women ages 16 and older will be afforded the opportunity to shoot inside Shoot Like A Girl’s semi tractor-trailer mobile range at Cabela’s April 7th-8th in Wichita, KS. New and experienced shooters are invited to attend this free event during the hours of 10AM-5PM on Saturday and 11AM-5PM on Sunday.

At the event, women gain experience in handling and shooting handguns, long guns and compound bows using state-of-the-art technology. Inside the mobile range, women are guided through a revolutionary introduction process, called the Test Shots™ and Test Flights™ by Certified National Rifle Association instructors and archery coaches. Onsite, at the Shoot Like A Girl Gun Counter, attendees can also compare a variety of firearms including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, shotguns, and rifles from their firearms partners.

Shoot Like A is committed to educating others about the importance in firearm safety. Those who visit the range will learn about safe responsible gun ownership, the benefits of firearms, and the positive influence the participation of shooting sports can have on your life.

“We are growing the number of women who participate in shooting sports. Shoot Like A Girl produces remarkable results – last year alone produced 5,456 committed gun sales from the women who go through the trailer, and 1,712 committed bow sales,” said Karen Butler, president of Shoot Like A Girl.

Shoot Like A Girl is made possible because of Corporate Partners, including Cabela’s, that are equally committed to its mission.

The Heartland Tour will be featured at the following locations:

  • February 10-11 – Cabela’s @ Gonzales, LA
  • March 10-11 – Cabela’s @ League City, TX
  • March 24-25 – Cabela’s @ Wichita, KS
  • April 7-8 – Cabela’s @ Kansas City, KS
  • April 14-15 – Cabela’s @ La Vista, NE
  • April 28-29 – Cabela’s @ Richfield, WI
  • May 19-20 – Cabela’s @ Dundee, MI

For sponsorship information or to learn more about SLG2, visit Shoot Like A Girl online, or visit at Facebook and Twitter.

About Shoot Like A Girl:

Shoot Like A Girl is the industry leader in growing the number of women in shooting sports by giving women across the country the experience of shooting a pistol, rifle, and bow in a safe controlled women friendly environment, that empowers them with the confidence they can shoot. Please recognize the following Shoot Like A Girl Corporate Partners who enable them to grow the number of women in shooting sports and change lives, one shot at a time: Cabela’s,  Ruger,  Smith & Wesson,  BerettaTikka,  Charter Arms,  Colt,  GLOCK,  MagpulSavage,  Pelter SportTrugloAlps Outdoorz, Lyman, TrijiconThermacell,  Mossy OakRocky Mountain Elk Foundation,  Beman,  Federal Premium Ammunition,  HoppesElite Archery and Scott Archery,  MathewsHoyt,  BowTech,  Neet Archery Products,  S & S OutdoorsLoyal Dog Food, and Upper Canyon Outfitters


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Talking Shoot Like A Girl This Week on ALR

This week on Armed Lutheran Radio I’m at the Shoot Like A Girl trailer at NRA Annual Meetings. I’m chatting with Cristy Crawford about the mobile shooting range and what it means for women who would like to get started shooting. Listen up to learn about the organization as well as where you can find them in the coming months.

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ALR Episode 69 – What Would Jesus Say To The NRA?

armed-lutheran-radio-logoThis week on Armed Lutheran Radio, Sgt. Bill is back! Aaron shares a lesson learned from a recent good-guy-with-a-gun incident in Texas, Mia reports from the Shoot Like a Girl trailer at NRAAM, and Pastor Bennett is out sick so Lloyd is flying solo on Clinging to God & Guns, taking apart an article that suggests that Jesus would have some choice words for the NRA.

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Links of Interest 

Ballistic Minute with Sergeant Bill
Sgt. Bill is back from his win at the Silver Dollar to talk about the oft-heard phrase “Fast is fine, but accuracy is final.”

Aaron Israel of Fundamental Defense
Last week in a restaurant in Arlington, Texas a good guy with a gun stopped a badguy with a gun. Aaron shares his thoughts on this story.

Mia’s Motivations with Mia Anstine
Mia is hanging out with Christie Crawford from Shoot Like a Girl at the NRA Annual Meetings.

Clinging to God and Guns
With Pastor Bennett out sick, Lloyd is going solo taking on an article from Red Letter Christians that completely misuses numerous Bible verses to suggest that Jesus would not be too happy with the NRA.

Prayer of the Week
Almighty and everlasting God, the heavenly Father who shows the light of truth to those who are in error so that they may return into the way of righteousness, cause all who are admitted into the fellowship of Christ’s Church to avoid those things that are contrary to their profession and to follow all such things that are agreeable thereto; through the same Jesus Christ, Your Son, our Lord, who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, now and forever. Amen.

Our Closing Theme A rockin’ rendition of A Mighty Fortress is Our God, performed just for Armed Lutheran Radio by Kenny Gates.


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Shoot Like A Girl Onsite at Cabela’s Lonetree, CO

Shoot Like A Girl Mobile Range Onsite at Cabela’s Lonetree, CO

Shoot-Like-A-Girl-SLG-Womens-shooting-courseAthens, AL – May 9th, 2017  Shoot Like A Girl’s state-of-the-art, 53-foot mobile range will be on location at Cabela’s May 12th and 13th in Lonetree, CO.  It will be a perfect opportunity to grow the number of women in shooting sports through empowering them with the confidence that is instilled after shooting in a controlled environment, under the guidance of trained female instructors.

 

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Inside the range, women are afforded a free opportunity to gain experience in handling and shooting handguns, long guns and compound bows using state-of-the-art technology.  Inside the mobile range, women are guided through a revolutionary introduction process, called the Test Shots™ and Test Flights™ by Certified National Rifle Association instructors and archery coaches.  Onsite, at the Shoot Like A Girl Gun Counter, attendees can also compare a variety of firearms including revolvers, semi-automatic pistols, shotguns, and rifles from their firearms partners.  New and experienced female shooters are encouraged to visit. 

“We are growing the number of women who participate in shooting sports. Shoot Like A Girl produces remarkable results – 90% of the women who go through the trailer will commit to buying a gun, and 56% commit to buying a bow,” said Karen Butler, president of Shoot Like A Girl.

Shoot Like A Girl is made possible because of Corporate Partners, including Cabela’s, that are equally committed to its mission.

Shoot Like A Girl’s Schedule for the first half of 2017:
February 9-10 – Cabela’s @ Huntsville, AL
February 11-12 – Cabela’s @ Fort Oglethorpe, GA
February 25-26 – Cabela’s @ Greenville, SC
March 11-12 – Cabela’s @ Gainesville, VA
March 25-26 – Cabela’s @ Fort Mill, NC
April 8-9 – Cabela’s @ Oklahoma City, OK
April 27-30 – NRA Annual Meeting @ Atlanta, GA
May 12-13 – Cabela’s @ Lone Tree, CO
May 20-21 – Cabela’s @ Tualatin, OR
June 3-4 – Cabela’s @Billings, MT
June 10-11 – Cabela’s @ Rogers, MN
June 24-25 – Cabela’s @ Bowling Green, KY

For sponsorship information or to learn more about SLG2, visit Shoot Like A Girl online, or visit at Facebook and Twitter.

About Shoot Like A Girl:
Shoot Like A Girl has become and remains an industry leader in growing the number of women in shooting sports by giving women across the country the experience of shooting a pistol, rifle, and bow in a safe controlled women friendly environment, that empowers them with the confidence they can shoot. Please recognize the following Shoot Like A Girl Corporate Partners who enable them to grow the number of women in shooting sports and change lives, one shot at a time:
Cabela’s, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Beretta, Charter Arms, Colt, GLOCK, MagpulWeatherbySavagePelterSportTrugloNikonTrijiconThermacellMossy OakDannerRocky Mountain Elk FoundationBemanFederal Premium AmmunitionHoppesMathewsHoytBowTech, BearPSENeet Archery Products, and S & S Outdoors.


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Ways to Get Started Shooting – MAC Outdoors Episode 010

mac-outdoors-1400Episode 010 – How to Get Started Shooting and Competing

This week on the Mac Outdoors podcast we are talking about some ways to get involved in competitive shooting. People are always asking me if I’m a competitive shooter. I am not a competitor, other than the fact that we have an archery contest at Easter, and on Thanksgiving, we have a clay shoot. Lea is the one that has gotten into competitive shooting and has become so good that it’s not too fun for me anymore.

Lea started competitively shooting when she was around 12 years old she was involved in a program called YHEC which is the Youth Hunter Education Challenge put on by the NRA. In that program, she shot .22, Muzzleloader, shotgun and archery.

She got started when a friend invited her to one of their YHEC practices. She enjoyed the format and agreed to become a member of their team. Lea had a lot of fun in and participated for four or five years.

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Shotgun and archery tied as Lea’s favorites. In the YHEC program, archery shooting is based on a hunting platform. The youngsters shot 3D targets. One of her favorite memories is of a competition when she had to shoot from a boat. The boat wasn’t in the water, but you couldn’t move it and you couldn’t’ use a rangefinder. It made for a challenging shot.

 

Speaking of Lea and her favorite shot from a boat, just a week or two ago I found Lea and her bow floating in the front pond. Yes, the boat was in the water. She was shooting at our 3D elk target. It was hilarious because the breeze would push her around the pond, but she was hitting the kill zone on that target every shot. She’s quite an amazing archery shooter. I can see why it’s one of her favorites

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Lea’s other favorite is shotgun. In YHEC they shot sporting clays, and at some practices, they would shoot 5-stand, trap skeet. She’s no longer in the YHEC group because the team fell apart. However, another friend told us about a shooting range where she could shoot trap.

 

One key to getting started in shooting is to ask friends. Another tip is to look to organizations such as NSSF’s First Shots and NRA Courses.


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Shoot Like A Girl Continues Support

Shoot Like A Girl Continue to Support
Female Shooting-Sport Enthusiasts
Training focused on meeting needs of female customers

Shoot-Like-A-Girl-SLG-Womens-shooting-courseAthens, AL – March 21st, 2017 Shoot Like A Girl will be in Oklahoma City, OK March 20th-21st to continue their training of Cabela’s archery and gun counter employees on how to best support women in their purchases to make Cabela’s the premier retail destination for female shooting sports enthusiasts.

The Shoot Like A Girl instructors and staff provide training to Cabela’s employees on the specific needs and shopping habits of female shooting enthusiasts. Developed from Shoot Like A Girl’s extensive market research and analysis, the training program is designed to improve the in-store experience for women shopping with Cabela’s. This is an ongoing program to ensure each Cabela’s and their employees will be equipped with the knowledge of how to best serve women in their stores.

 

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Shoot Like A Girl is an industry leader in introducing women to shooting sports and supporting those already participating in shooting activities. Female participation in such activities is on the rise. According to the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the number of women target shooters increased 60 percent – from 3.3 million to 5.4 million – during the 12-year span from 2001 to 2013.

Christine Wamsley, director of communications and partnerships for Cabela’s. “They are the premier, female-focused organization in the outdoor industry. Together, we will help women explore and enjoy shooting sports activities safely and confidently across the country.”

“This training opportunity makes me so very happy,” said Karen Butler, president of Shoot Like A Girl. “It brings our program full circle, so after we encourage women to participate in shooting sports and the outdoors, they are able to visit Cabela’s and meet with employees who welcome them into this great world of shooting sports and outdoor enthusiasts.  Cabela’s employees will be equipped and able assist women in making their own informed decisions, and make purchases with confidence.”

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Shoot Like A Girl Reaches Unforseen Milestones

Shoot Like A Girl Reveals Successes Seen in 2016
Company continues to empower and educate new women shooters

Shoot-Like-A-Girl-SLG-Womens-shooting-courseAthens, AL – January 31, 2017 – Shoot Like A Girl announced their 2016 results in their Annual Report, and show a financial impact to the shooting sports industry of over $15,000,000. Since the company’s inception, Shoot Like A Girl has seen monumental growth each year and has created new gun and bow owners, new hunters and new outdoor enthusiasts bringing their total of new revenue to the outdoor industry of more than $55 million since 2009.

The report highlighted the following significant statistics for 2016, which are a direct result of ladies shooting in the state-of-the-art mobile range: of the 2,539 clients they saw at their range 90% committed to purchasing a firearm, 56% committed to purchasing a bow, 8% hunted for the first time and 55% are now more active in shooting sports.

 

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The report also highlighted Shoot Like A Girl’s retail training program they provide to Cabela’s as part of a campaign to make them the premier retail destination for female shooting-sport enthusiasts.  Through the training program created and instructed by Shoot Like A Girl, Cabela’s gun counter and archery departments are given female-specific sales education.  Last year the company trained 217 Outfitters in 14 stores and will train all of the stores in the next two years.

 

About Shoot Like A Girl:
Shoot Like A Girl has become and remains an industry leader in growing the number of women in shooting sports by giving women across the country the experience of shooting a pistol, rifle, and bow in a safe controlled women friendly environment, that empowers them with the confidence they can shoot. Please recognize the following Shoot Like A Girl Corporate Partners who enable them to grow the number of women in shooting sports and change lives, one shot at a time:
Cabela’s, Ruger, Smith & Wesson, Beretta, Charter Arms, Colt, GLOCK, Magpul, Taurus,WeatherbySavagePelterSportTrugloNikonTrijiconThermacellMossy OakDannerRocky Mountain Elk FoundationBemanFederal Premium AmmunitionHoppesMathewsHoytBowTech, BearPSENeet Archery ProductsS & S Outdoors, and  PESA.


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Shoot Like A Girl President Retires from Full Time Job with U.S. Army

Shoot Like A Girl President Announces Retirement from Full-Time Job with U.S. Army

Company to see even more growth with President’s dedication to growing the number of women in shooting sports

Huntsville, AL – December 28, 2016 – With over 22 years of service as a Department of Army Civilian, Shoot Like A Girl’s Founder and President, Karen Butler, retired on November 21, 2016 as Executive Officer, Office of the Chief Technology Officer U.S. Army Materiel Command, Redstone Arsenal.

karen-butler-shoot-like-a-girl-d84bb6da-a688-40e1-8c76-4d20a6705e24In 2008, after seeing the need to empower women to participate in shooting sports with confidence, Karen founded Shoot Like A Girl.  Since then, the company has seen exponential growth in the number of women in shooting sports and has also had an approximate 56 million dollar impact on the shooting industry as a whole.  “I am very grateful for the success we have seen over the past 8 years.  Although it has been challenging balancing two full-time jobs, I have been passionate about both, and although I will miss serving Soldiers, I am excited about the potential to make a bigger difference in women’s lives by dedicating my entire work ethic and time to Shoot Like A Girl,” says Karen Butler.
Shoot Like A Girl will be launching their brand new state-of-the-art mobile range at SHOT Show Industry Day at the Range in January of 2017, a proud moment for Karen and a testimate to her achievements and dedication to women in shooting sports.

For sponsorship information or to learn more about SLG2, visit Shoot Like A Girl online, or visit at Facebook and Twitter.

About Shoot Like A Girl:
Shoot-Like-A-Girl-SLG-Womens-shooting-courseShoot Like A Girl (SLG2, Inc.) is a company dedicated to growing the number of women in shooting sports by empowering them to participate with confidence.  With the help of their corporate sponsors who share the mission to grow the number of women in shooting sports by empowering them with confidence:  Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, 3M Peltor, Hunter Safety System, Bear Archery, Beretta, BowTech, Cabela’s, Charter Arms, Colt, Danner, Federal Premium Ammunition, Game Plan Gear, GLOCK, Inc, Hogue, Hoppe’s 9, Hoyt, Leupold, Magpul, Mathews Inc, Mossy Oak, Neet Archery Products Nikon, Rock River Arms, Ruger, Savage, Smith & Wesson, S & S Outdoors, Taurus, ThermaCell, Trijicon, TRUGLO, PSE, Weatherby, Women’s Outdoor News, Upper Canyon Outfitters, and ASA!


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How To Get Her Involved in Hunting and Shooting

My husband was out and about today and ran into a tech at the gun store, who we deal with quite frequently. This gentleman asked how he could get his wife into shooting and maybe even hunting.

My husband was excited because he sees the opportunity to make new friends that have a similar interest, as well as an opportunity to give a newbie a positive experience.  

 

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Women’s panel of experienced archery hunters. From left, Keri Butt, Mia Anstine, Kelly Heard, Jana Waller, Michele Eichler.

Honestly, that question, “how do I get my wife involved” is one I get quite often.

I remember speaking on a women’s panel at an archery show. There were more men than there women in the audience. It intrigued me because since it’s a women’s panel, you would think that maybe women would want to listen and ask questions. Guess what else? Most of those men in the audience asked us questions on how to get the women in their lives involved or how to make their lives easier in shooting sports and hunting. We had answers.

Include Her
One way to get your wife or maybe even your daughter or friend involved is to include them. If you include them, they get a taste of what’s going on. They have an opportunity to ask questions, and they can decide whether or not it’s something they might like to do.

I have a few friends whose wives aren’t against hunting, but they don’t want to hunt. They enjoy tagging along on hunts, and they love having the organic meat. A bonus is that they’re spending quality husband-wife time together. So take them along.

Find Mentors
Another way you might be able to get her interested is to find mentors. Find some of the women out there who are already involved in the sports you like. Maybe it’s 3-gun. Maybe it’s shooting trap. Maybe it’s sporting clays or even someone who’s shooting long range. There are women in these fields that are great mentors. Follow them on social media, find their website, find them on YouTube and share them. Let your wife know that the women do not enamor you. Maybe tell her, “look at what this girl is doing.” Hopefully, she’ll follow or ask questions and even want to become involved too.

I mentioned I was speaking at a trade show take. Do you go to shows? Take her along with you. Let her meet some of these women, who are mentoring others. Many of these award-winning shooters or famous hunters are genuinely down-to-Earth people. It’s nice to meet them and talk to them in person, and I tell you, most of them are so encouraging to others. It is something that will help that the woman in your life want to become involved because they see a woman who’s already involved.

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Classes
I have to touch on the topic of positive reinforcement. I know a lot of men try to teach the women in their lives themselves. Often this doesn’t turn out as wonderful as this well-intentioned man had envisioned.

The Last tip I’m going to give you is to sign them up for a class. Take the time to look up a women’s Firearms classes or groups. Find a class or a camp that she can go to where she can be with other women who are in her shoes

Inclusion, mentors, and classes! Find it. Good luck, be safe! Have fun!


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