Women Only Firearms Event

This and other women’s only events, presented by the NRA, are helpul to women with all levels of firearms experience. Be sure to check it out, or share it with someone who would be interested.

NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape Partners with Leupold and Kristy Titus

FAIRFAX, Va. – The National Rifle Association’s Women’s Wilderness Escape program has partnered with Leupold and Kristy Titus of Pursue the Wild to introduce a new women-only firearms training event for 2019. 

From June 3-7, 14 ladies will spend three days in central Oregon’s beautiful town of Redmond learning to handle and shoot a scoped rifle and an optical sighted pistol. All women over the age of 18 are welcome to attend. The $1,200 registration fee includes all firearms, ammunition, targets, classes, activities, ground transportation, lodging and most meals.

Novice shooters, hunters, competitors and experienced shooters will all gain a wealth of knowledge and skills in this course. The curriculum includes two days of scoped rifle instruction and one day of basic optical-sighted defensive pistol instruction. Leupold’s knowledgeable instructors will lead the course and teach each student to be comfortable and accurate with both firearm platforms. Kristy Titus will be in attendance to help mentor the participants with her outdoor, hunting and shooting experience. 

NRA’s Women’s Wilderness Escape events are the premier shooting sports and hunting training excursions tailored exclusively for women. The program provides opportunities for women ages 18 and older of all different skills levels to explore and learn about shooting, hunting and the outdoors with some of the most skilled NRA Certified Instructors and outdoor specialists.

Registration is now open for the Leupold Academy Rifle & Pistol Instruction with Kristy Titus as well as three other 2019 NRA Women’s Wilderness Escape events: 

For more information about NRA’s Women’s Wilderness Escape events or to register, visit https://wwe.nra.org, call (800) 672-7435 option 5, or email wwe@nrahq.org

About the National Rifle Association

Established in 1871, the National Rifle Association is America’s oldest civil rights and sportsmen’s group. 5.5 million members strong, NRA continues its mission to uphold Second Amendment rights and is the leader in firearm education and training for law-abiding gun owners, law enforcement and the military. Visit http://www.nra.org.

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CPW & NRA Invite Women to Learn Fly Fishing and Shotgun Shooting

BASALT, Colo. – Colorado Parks and Wildlife, partnering with the National Rifle Association, will offer a free, women’s Cast and Blast on Saturday, Aug. 8, in Basalt. All women 18 and older interested in learning how to fly fish and the safe use of shotguns are encouraged to sign up for the one-day seminar.

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