By Gabby I have been doing my absolute best to inform the non-gunning masses about why we "heart" guns. I've been at this fo...
By C-Mag The new 22 TCM round from Armscor , makers of the Rock Island line of 1911s, was introduced at the SHOTShow and I am very excited...
By Gabby I've received some orders and canceled some orders, but we're doing pretty well at this point. Check out my checklist...
When we all arrived at the GGG ranch one of our first discussions was about our followers and how it was suggested that women couldn't have a proper slumber party, without a pillow fight. Well, y'all were right! However, we had to do it the our way.
By GabbyUpon entering the firearms community I received a surprisingly warm welcome, but nothing has surprised me more than the friendships I have formed with other female gun bloggers. I have met these wonderful girls who are confident, sweet and have been exceptionally helpful to me as a new shooter. In the past I have avoided friendships that inspire catty-ness and hurtful competitive behavior and have, therefore, just a few close girlfriends. In my short time as a girl-gun blogger I have significantly increased my total number of lady friends. Any concerns I might have had about cat-fighting among women in the gun blog-o-sphere were instantly negated. Our bond may have started with weapons, but it is wonderfully peaceful.
(from left: Marti, Barb, Shelley, Anette, Gabby, Natalie, Lacey, Gracie, Beth, Destinee, Julie)
"Full-Auto is very inaccurate and can create a lot of muzzle rise. Take care to avoid causing damage to the range! Create short manageable bursts with quick easy trigger pulls, or use a gun with a 3 round burst option."
-overheard at the range
By GabbyParts I & II can be found here.
Carrying, Driving, Staying
- Once I land, I will be renting a car and taking an extended drive to my destination. I am fortunate enough to be staying at a private residence where I know guns will be welcomed. I have checked that the destination state accepts my concealed carry permit using the link below.
By GabbyI am very excited to be planning a summer trip that will involve a fair amount of shooting. Therefore, for the first time, I will have to fly, with a weapon. I will also be outside my home state (with my weapon) and handling weapons that belong to others.
I have asked some experts and have already received some advice, but I still have tons of questions left to research, so as I discover the rules and solutions, I will share with you, my process.
- One thing I know for sure, is that guns are not allowed in my carry-on. So I have set aside the funds to check a bag (both ways). A few professional gun women have informed me that I need a lockable box but I'm a details girl so this advice leads me to questions...
Want to personalize your firearm, but unsure about a color?
"At least The enamel I can test drive. You can use crayon to fill in The writing to test out the color. If you don't like it, Hoppes and a brush will take it off."
-Amy Blackthorn, Armedcandy FB fan (f)